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P3 Poznań tailored to e-commerce

P3, a long-term owner and developer of warehouse properties in Europe, has signed a lease contract with Clipper Logistics for 7,324 sqm of warehouse space at the P3 Poznań park. This is yet more space taken up by the operator at the Poznań investment. Once occupied, Clipper will have almost 60,000 sqm its disposal, becoming the largest tenant at the park.

Clipper Logistics provides logistics services across Europe. It has been operating at the P3 Poznań park since 2017. With its dynamic expansion and growing demand for the logistics services that it offers, the company has systematically been increasing its occupied area at the park. The new space, similarly to the BTS facility built for the operator, will be dedicated to serving its e-commerce customers distributing their products from the Poznań warehouse to the German market.

Bartłomiej Hofman, Managing Director for P3 Logistic Parks in Poland, says: “Yet another long-term agreement signed with Clipper demonstrates just how good the location of our park is for many companies who have chosen this very spot as the place from which they want to distribute their products to the markets of Western Europe. We have the capacity to expand by another 200,000 sqm of the rental area in the other part of the park. Our project also allows for the construction of a facility with a warehouse space of 100,000 sqm dedicated to the e-commerce industry tenant.”

The new space for Clipper Logistics will be located in Warehouse 7, alongside the BTS facility previously built for the operator. Consolidating operating activities in one building will streamline logistics processes in place. P3 will also expand the office facilities under the agreement.

Stefan van Hoof, Deputy CEO for Clipper Logistics, comments: “We have always been extremely pleased with our cooperation with P3, which is why I’m convinced that this will be the case this time, too. As always, the developer has stepped up to meet our growing needs and advanced a solution that will greatly facilitate our operations in the park and enhance customer service. The location of the park has also proved consistently attractive to us.”

P3 Poznań is one of the largest logistic parks in Greater Poland. It owes its popularity among companies to its excellent location (close to the S11 expressway connecting directly to the A2 motorway to Berlin). The first and second phase of the project is separated by a road that is one of the two arteries providing tenants with easy and convenient motorway access.

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