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MLP Group secures EUR 30m for new projects

MLP Group has issued EUR 30m worth of bonds. The issue proceeds will be used to purchase land and implement projects to construct warehouses in Poland and abroad. On February 26th, the bonds will be introduced to trading on the Catalyst market.

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Commencement of construction works at Panattoni Park Tricity South II

Panattoni, market leader in industrial real estate in Europe, kicks off the construction of Panattoni Park Tricity South II. The first 25,000 sqm out of the 70,000 sqm planned will be available in August 2020. The complex near Pruszcz Gdański will become the region’s window on the world – the proximity of the A1 motorway will make for easy access to the Czech border, railway lines will provide connections to Warsaw, Bratislava and Vienna, while the Port of Gdańsk can handle cargo coming in from places like China, USA or Singapore.

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European Port Logistics

According to new data from Savills, Rotterdam is the most attractive port in Europe for logistics investment, coming in ahead of Barcelona, Valencia, Antwerp and Hamburg. Gdańsk, the largest seaport in Poland and one of the key container terminals in the Baltic Sea, may soon become one of the most modern in Europe thanks to Central Port project planned.

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Interview

Tenant experience brought up to next level

Vincent Vallois MRICS, Co-Founder of Online Real Assets – CEE Partner of Spaceflow tenant experience application – sees the market from a new perspective. Online Real Assets has just launched Spaceflow in Hungary and they see great potential and momentum for a space-as-service transition of the commercial real estate market.

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Interview of Filippo Rean, director of the real estate division of Reed MIDEM - MIPIM and MAPIC markets.

With his expertise, he speaks to us about his vision of PropTech and enlightens us on the trends to follow.

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Custom warehouse

There are 6 types of Customs Warehouse permissable in the EU. These are labelled A - F. The Langdon Warehouse Module can be used for any of the warehouse types. Type A: a public warehouse where anybody can store their goods and where the warehouse keeper is responsible for fulfilling the obligations arising from the placing of goods under the Customs Warehouse procedure. Type B: A public warehouse where anybody can store their goods and where the depositor is responsible for fulfilling the obligations arising from the placing of goods under the Customs Warehouse procedure. Type B warehouses are often used by stevedores, agents and transport companies in ports to store goods for a limited time until the means of transport has arrived to further distribute the goods to the place of destination. Type C: A private warehouse where only the warehouse keeper can store goods, where the warehouse keeper is the same person as the depositor but is not necessarily the owner of the goods. Type D: A private warehouse where only the warehouse keeper can store his goods, where the warehouse keeper is the same person as the depositor but is not necessarily the owner of the goods. In contrast with the other warehouse types the Import Duties are calculated based on the rules of assessment ascertained or accepted at the time when the goods are placed under the Customs Warehousing system. This type of warehouse is quite similar to a type C warehouse Type E: A private warehouse where only the warehouse keeper can store his goods, where the warehouse keeper is the same person as the depositor but is not necessarily the owner of the goods. For this type of warehouse it is permitted to place the goods under the Warehouse Procedure without them being physically stored in a Customs Warehouse. This type of warehousing requires a high level administrative organisation including inventory records, as the physical location of the goods is not the key factor, but the fact that the goods are entered in the warehouse records. Customs must be able to follow the goods through the records system. This type of warehouse is the most sophisticated type which gives maximum flexibility to the warehouse keeper, but also requires a high level records system. Type F: A lic warehouse where anybody can store their goods, which is operated by the Customs authorities. This type of warehouse is very rare.

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What are the functions of the coloured arrows next to my warehouse in the user admin?

The arrows are indicating the warehouse’s occupancy tendency taking into consideration the changes in the last 3 months. The green arrow refers to a positive occupancy change, the orange indicates a stagnation and the red one means a negative tendency meaning that it is time to place stronger emphasis to the warehouse advertisement.

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What is included in Warehouse PR?

The Warehouse PR ensures to our registered Partners the publication of the short news and transactions connected to their companies and warehouse

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