DSV leases 33,000 m² in P3 Błonie park
16/01/2019

P3, the long-term investor, owner, developer and manager of European logistic properties, signed a lease agreement for more than 33,000 m² in the P3 Błonie park with DSV – a global provider of transport and logistic services. It is the first contract entered into between the companies in Poland.

Bartłomiej Hofman, the Managing Director at P3 Logistic Parks in Poland, says: “I am glad that DSV, as another major recognised brand, appreciates the potential of the P3 Błonie park. Due to its convenient location combined with P3’s flexible approach to our customers’ needs, the park has been a popular choice for companies in various sectors for many years. We always do our best to meet their expectations and provide area best suited to their requirements.”

The DSV Group has offices and branches in more than 80 countries in 6 continents. In Poland, the company has been active since 1995 and employs nearly 2,000 people. On national scale, the company holds more than 150,000 m² of warehouse area.

In Błonie, near Warsaw, DSV is going to move into warehouse 16 and occupy more than 32,000 m² of storage area plus nearly 900 m² of office area. The facility is equipped with PIR core panels (more effectively isolating the building from adverse weather), solar panels for heating domestic water and energy saving LED lighting. There are parking places for 54 passenger cars and 44 trucks available in front of the building.

Adam Pawelczak, the Supply Chain Director at DSV Solutions, says: “The relocation will provide us not only with the ability to consolidate our operations, to apply additional improvements and synergy efficiency solutions, but also with area indispensable for further growth of the operations of DSV Solutions. With the new facility, we will enhance our ability to respond to the needs of our customers in FMCG, retail or pharmacy sectors. This way, we will be able to further develop our services in e-commerce or copacking, for example. The choice of the P3 Błonie park resulted from its excellent location and advanced infrastructure, also following our strategy of continued increase of our market share.”

Advisory services for the transaction were provided by BNP Paribas Real Estate.

The P3 Błonie park is located only 27 km west from Warsaw, at the intersection of national road 92 with motorway A2 (a part of the European transit route E30). The park comprises 14 buildings, including not only typical storage areas, but also cold storage and freezing facilities, data center and other areas. The developer’s flexible approach allows for arranging areas and adapting them for various activity, suited to the needs of customers in numerous industries.

Justyna Lechowicz
Marketing Specialist Poland & Romania
+48 668 823 630
justyna.lechowicz@p3parks.com
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