Panattoni Europe has completed nearly 17,000 sqm of space for DHL Parcel Polska. It consists of two distribution centres dedicated to e-commerce operations, built in the Warsaw region – at Panattoni Park Pruszków III and in Radzymin. Both facilities have been developed in line with DHL’s GOGREEN policy and have undergone BREEAM environmental certification process, achieving a Good and Very Good rating.
Panattoni Europe gets ready for another investment in Silesia. The developer has acquired a site to build Panattoni Park Ruda Śląska II, planned to exceed 55,200 sqm. Construction works are set to start by early 2020.
Panattoni Europe, market leader in industrial real estate in Europe, is expanding its city logistics warehouse network. The 38,000-square-metre City Logistics Łódź II will be built in the eastern part of Łódź. The facility tailored to the needs of tenants seeking small units will be available from February 2020. Consequently, the total space in Polish city logistics projects delivered by Panattoni will go up to nearly 160,000 sqm. The developer is also taking the concept abroad – with Berlin as the first target.
Panattoni Europe will lease over 21,000 sqm to InPost in four distribution centers - Toruń, Bydgoszcz, Szczecin and Opole. The increasingly dense network of Panattoni warehouses, covering areas also outside major agglomerations, presents an attractive proposition for logistic companies which witness a rapid e-commerce development and therefore they strive to be closer to the customers. Hence, the warehousing facilities leased to InPost will feature sorting services for the growing number of InPost Paczkomat® self-service parcel outlets and InPost Kurier services. The sorting operations in the warehouses will start in the first quarter of 2020.
Panattoni Europe embarks on the construction of Panattoni Park Częstochowa. It is the developer’s first project of this kind in the north of the Silesian voivodeship. Two modern halls will offer in total 30,400 sqm of class A space. Construction works are set to begin in October, and the first units will be handed over to tenants in February 2020.
Panattoni Europe expands its portfolio in the Kuyavia-Pomerania region. The cornerstone has been laid under Panattoni Park Toruń II with planned space of 57,500 sqm. The two-building complex is being built in the north-eastern part of Toruń and has already secured its first tenant – a logistics operator, set to take up 5,000 sqm. Stage one of the investment process – a hall featuring close to 16,500 sqm – will be completed by next March.
The first stage of construction of the Hillwood Czestochowa Zachód warehouse park is coming to an end. The first warehouse building is ready and the roundabout on national road 43 is under construction to improve access to the new park.
MLP Group will build a second logistics park near Wroclaw. MLP Wrocław West will provide a total of 70,000 sqm of modern space. The handover of the first space ready to use is scheduled for October 2020.
Industrial Development Agency S.A. in Warsaw issued three new decisions on support for investors interested in conducting business activity in the areas of EURO-PARK WISŁOSAN SEZ. Two decisions were issued for Radom and one for Włodawa.
Panattoni Europe develops another logistics park – Panattoni Park Bydgoszcz II. The investment featuring over 40,000 sqm of useful floor area is located only 3 km from the city’s bypass, and 5.3 km from the city centre. The construction of the new park is set to start in September, and the first tenants will be able to move in in the first quarter of 2020.
Panattoni Europe invests in the Eastern Poland. The developer has already created the second distribution centre in the Lublin region - Panattoni Park Lublin II with the target area of over 84,500 sqm. The first tenant is Varroc Lighting Systems, a company from the automotive industry, which will open a factory with an area of over 25,000 sqm.
Panattoni Europe has completed the construction of a factory for Hydroline, a leading manufacturer of hydraulic cylinders from Finland. The 13,000-square-metre project was delivered in Stargard at the High Technologies Industrial Park and is a prime example of a manufacturing facility relocation project. The production of hydraulic cylinders will get going at full steam already in the coming August.