In GLP Park Prague Chrášťany, 11,000 m2 was leased to Ecologistics, a global provider of comprehensive warehousing and logistics services, as well as a new GLP client. Another 40,000 m2 from the park was leased by Alza, the current GLP customer and the largest player in the field of e-commerce in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. GLP Park Prague Chrášťany is currently under construction and will be completed in the second quarter of 2022. Both buildings are expected to receive BREEAM Excellent certification.
GLP Park Bratislava Senec, meanwhile, welcomed a new customer, the Berlin Brands Group, which has leased more than 9,000 m2 of logistics space. The global e-commerce company occupied the last vacant unit of the largest Slovak park GLP, which is already home to companies such as HOPI, Alza and Quehenberger.
Jan Palek, GLP Country Manager for the Czech Republic and Slovakia, says: “We are pleased to welcome two new clients, Ecologistics and Berlin Brands Group, to our GLP family. We are proud to have made full use of our existing assets in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. In order to keep pace with the growing demand for quality and sustainable logistics space, which is mainly driven by the growth of e-commerce, we are working on other GLP parks in Ostrava and Brno, while we are preparing two more development projects for next year."
GLP Park Ostrava Hrušov will cover a total of 93,000 m2 of space within four phases of construction. The logistics park will be built in close proximity to the D1 motorway, which connects Prague and Brno with Poland. The Ostrava-Šenov terminal is also nearby, providing access to the international railway network. In the brownfield site, GLP will carry out extensive revitalization and decontamination work before construction begins on the site of the former chemical plants.
GLP Park Brno Holubice will offer 70,000 m2 of top logistics space and has been strategically selected as a transport hub between Prague, Ostrava, Poland, Bratislava and Vienna.
Both new GLP projects will be developed with an emphasis on flexibility. They will have a clear height of 12 m, efficient storage space and the most modern elements of sustainability at the level of BREEAM certification, which will provide customers with significant cost savings due to lower energy consumption.
Source: // Logistics systems