Upon completing the first building of Panattoni Park Piła, Panattoni immediately launched another development with an area of 38,500 sqm. A total of 85 percent of this new space is to be occupied by CEVA Logistics, a leader in 3PL logistics, to service Signify (formerly known as Philips Lighting).
Piła is the largest town in northern Wielkopolska and has a wide portfolio of available land ready for investment.
“To take advantage of the market’s potential, an appropriate stock of modern industrial space is required so upon completing the development of BTS facilities as well as a building in our first park we again launched construction work and already within two months we will be delivering almost 40,000 sqm,” commented Dorota Jagodzińska-Sasson, Managing Director at Panattoni. “We want to create buildings that perfectly meet the needs of many industries in many locations both across Poland and Europe. Importantly, our new building follows the history of Piła going back 60 years as the town was one of the most important centres in Poland for the production of lighting equipment.”
Last June, Panattoni launched construction work on 38,000 sqm, which is set to be delivered in February 2024. CEVA Logistics is to occupy 32,500 sqm of the space, which is to be used to service the operations of Signify, a global leader in the field of intelligent lighting systems.
The development is to be certified under BREEAM for a rating of Excellent and CEVA Logistics will use a quick forklift loading system and solar panelling. Furthermore, the centre is to be equipped with a lighting system that is part of the circular economy. The light fittings have been designed to be recyclable to reduce waste and harm to the environment. They are also some of the most efficient on the market, which additionally reduces operational costs. Signify lighting is used both for internal and external lighting of the warehouse building.