P3 Logistic Park, a long-term investor and developer of high-quality European warehouse facilities, has signed lease extensions with its existing tenants in P3 Poznań park. Companies which have decided to stay in Poznań are Westwing, PF Logo Express, CEVA Logistics, and British American Tobacco.
Magda Twarowska, Head of Leasing at P3 Logistic Parks, commented: “For years, Poznań has been one of the most sought-after locations on the ‘warehouse map’ of Poland. It is also here where one of our first parks in Poland was established. Thanks to its excellent location, proximity to well-developed infrastructure and access to qualified staff, it enjoys enormous, unflagging interest. P3 Poznań is very popular both among manufacturing companies and those which distribute goods to western European markets. Furthermore, our partners appreciate the standard of our warehouses and our flexible approach. I am pleased the facilities which were put into operation several years ago continue to meet all the requirements of our partners and consistently foster their growth”.
Westwing – a European leader in inspiration-based Home and Living e-commerce – has decided to extend its lease by 3,898 sqm of space at Park P3 Poznań, where it leases a total of 82,500 sqm of warehouse and office space. From its warehouse, the company distributes furniture products to the European market.
PF Logo Express, which belongs to PF Concept International group, is a dynamically developing production company specialising in manufacturing and decorating a wide range of promotional products. It has decided to extend its lease of 49,679 sqm, of which 46,881 sqm is production and warehouse space, while the remainder is an office and social space.
Another company which has decided to stay at P3 Poznań park is CEVA Logistics. It is a leading global logistics operator which provides dedicated solutions in contract logistics, air and sea freight, distribution and transport management. In P3 Poznań park, it provides services to large and medium-sized local and international companies, using a total area of 26,335 sqm.
British American Tobacco, part of the international tobacco company which sells its products to over 180 markets globally, has also renewed its agreement for leasing warehouse space. In P3 Poznań park, it leases 13,862 sqm of warehouse space and 611 sqm of office space.
P3 Poznań park is one of the largest logistic parks in western Poland. It is located south of Poznań, close to the S11 dual carriageway which connects to the A2 motorway. The motorway provides connections eastwards to Warsaw and westwards to Berlin. The list of the Park’s tenants features companies such as Westwing, Zaparoh, Clipper Logistics, and Colian Logistics.
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