Panattoni supports tenant growth. DSV Road – a leading transport-logistics operator in Europe – is relocating within Panattoni Park Poznań IV. The move is motivated by the need for access to cross-docking facilities, which the developer guaranteed in the upcoming project. DSV Road has leased approx. 10,000 sqm in total –warehouse space will take up over 8,460 sqm, including the cross-docking area of approx. 2,230 sqm. Here, the tenant will be provided with 18 docks and one ground-level drive-in gate. Social and office facilities are planned on 1,064 sqm. DSV will start operations at the new location in February 2020. The space occupied to date in building one will be taken up by a chain of consumer electronics and household appliances retail stores.  

Tenant relocation within a single logistics park demonstrates the flexibility of Panattoni services and versatility of the developer’s distribution parks. Katarzyna Kujawiak, Development Director from Panattoni Europe explains: “The relocation of DSV Road within Panattoni Park Poznań IV serves as an excellent example of our competence in navigating change and customer expectations. Staying in touch with our customers and their needs has always been a priority for us, and therefore we support our partners at every stage of their development.”

“By moving into the new cross-dock warehouse in Poznań, DSV Road stays on track with the pursuit of its development strategy for the domestic and international groupage shipping line in Poland”, adds Maciej Trójnara, Transport Director at DSV Road.

Panattoni Park Poznań IV – class and location appreciated by tenants. Panattoni Park Poznań IV – planned to total close to 87,000 sqm – attracts tenants with its advanced technical solutions. They provide for top-quality warehouse space (class A), functionality and flexibility in unit layout planning. The park currently has nearly 36,000 sqm, and already in the first quarter of 2020 its capacity will go up by 27,000 sqm. Perfectly developed buildings are not

the only advantage of this project. The park enjoys a strategic location in Komorniki, near two motorway junctions – Komorniki and Poznań Zachód – on the A2, connecting the most important logistics locations in Europe – Łódź, Warsaw and Berlin. The park is also in the vicinity of the nearly completed S5 route, which will connect Poznań with Wrocław in the south and Bydgoszcz in the north. The complex provides great opportunities for both domestic and international business operations. 

Panattoni getting bigger and bigger in Greater Poland. In the first half of this year, the developer embarked on a major project in the region. The company started the construction of three logistics parks – in Jaryszki, Swadzim and Komorniki – whose space at full build-out is to approach 260,000 sqm. To date, approx. 120,000 sqm have already been completed. Ideally located parks make for efficient goods transport in the country and abroad. Overall, in and around Poznań the developer has delivered 562,240 sqm of space in 10 logistics parks, and 220,651 sqm in stand-alone projects. By the end of the year, the total will go up by 70,000 sqm.



Source: Panattoni