WARSAW (18 October 2016)– Prologis, Inc., the global leader in logistics real estate, today announced it has signed two new lease agreements totalling 15,750 square metres at Prologis Park Teresin.
The transactions include:
- 5,850 square metres of industrial and office space for NTA, a company providing comprehensive logistics services for paper productsbringing the total leased space in the park to 11,850 square metres;
- 9,900 square metres of industrial and office space for Euro Pool System, a market leader in the field of reusable packaging for the European fresh supply chain.
“We have operated from Prologis Park Teresin for the past five years,” saidLeszek Garzombke, Logistics Director, NTA. “To accommodate our growth plans we decided to expand at this proven location and further leverage the site’s rail connection to Western Europe, the Baltic states and Russia.”
“Euro Pool System started operations in Poland in 2014,” said Julio Lázaro Badenas, International Operations Manager, Euro Pool System. “The opening of the Euro Pool System Return Logistics Service depot at Prologis Park Teresin perfectly fits in Euro Pool System’s growth plans in Poland. From now on we will also wash our trays and render return logistics services in our depot in Teresin, close to our Polish customers”.
Prologis Park Teresin consists of three buildings totalling nearly 160,000 square metres. The state-of-the-art complex boasts its own rail siding and a connection with National Road DK92 and Motorway A2 (Wiskitki Junction). The park is ideal for supporting national and international distribution strategies.
“The new leases reflect solid demand for space at Prologis Park Teresin,” explains Kamila Pruk, senior leasing manager, Prologis Poland. “The park’s excellent location combined with its road and rail connections make it ideally suited to support the growth of business both at home and abroad.”
With its active engagement in four CEE countries and a portfolio totalling 4.3 million square metres, Prologis is the leading provider of distribution facilities in Central and Eastern Europe (as of 30 June 2016).