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Panattoni Europe kicks off City Logistics Warsaw I

Panattoni Europe, industrial real estate leader in Europe, has embarked on the construction of City Logistics Warsaw I, planned to total 26,000 sqm. The cornerstone ceremony initiating the project took place on 25 July 2018 and was attended by not only the representatives of the developer and municipal authorities, but also the first tenants – and KGL Group. Completion of construction works and delivery to the tenants is planned for the coming October.

Panattoni Europe develops City Logistics Parks. The developer has launched the construction of City Logistics Warsaw I, which is already the fourth project of this type. The facility, planned to total 26,000 sqm and boasting an attractive location in the industrial part of Warsaw’s Bielany district, is dedicated to tenants delivering to the capital city, particularly those selling online, and has already secured its first tenants. They are: – the online supermarket, which will take up 11,000 sqm, and Marcato – a manufacturer of food packaging, part of KGL Group. Representatives of both companies joined the developer and municipal authorities in inaugurating construction works on the project. The event took place on 25 July 2018 and was accompanied by laying the cornerstone. Completion of construction works and delivery to the tenants is planned for the coming October.

The presence of and Marcato at City Logistics Warsaw proves the merit of the developer’s carefully implemented strategy, exceeding client expectations and setting market trends. Thanks to the new investment by Panattoni Europe, will be able to at least quadruple the volume of customers served. It will be made possible by the lease of 11,000 sqm, of which more than 10,000 sqm will be allocated to a FMCG warehouse, featuring innovative technologies and advanced automated storage systems. Fresh products will be stored in four different temperature zones, and some will be delivered using the just-in-time model. This will guarantee supreme quality and extended freshness, just as if groceries were delivered to the customers’ homes straight from the farm.

In the case of the other tenant, KGL Group and one of its companies, Marcato, the space leased will be allocated to a warehouse, serving the company’s manufacturing plant which neighbours on the upcoming City Logistics Warsaw I.

The entire facility will be fitted with LED lighting, and the space leased by will undergo HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points) implementation. The objective of the HACCP system is to ensure food safety by identifying and estimating the scale of exposures in terms of food health requirements. To accommodate the tenants, the project will also feature a ramp for vans, ground-level access entrance gates, reloading docks and a car park with around 200 spaces.

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