P3 Logistic Parks signs space lease agreement for two more companies in P3 Poznań park
The capital of Greater Poland is one of the largest Polish cities. The location of Poznań in the western part of the country and convenient communication due to the A2 motorway attracts many investors from Germany. Trade cooperation with Western Europe, including investments from the automotive sector, is an important element of metropolitan development. Poznań offers investment areas in as many as five Special Economic Zones, which creates a friendly climate for the development of investment activities. Warehouses for rent in Poznan provide convenient conditions for logistics, distribution and production in the dynamically developing region.
Warehouse projects are located mostly in the immediate vicinity of the A2 motorway junctions (Gądki, Komorniki) or the Western Poznań Ring Road (the S11 expressway) near Tarnowo Podgórne. Each of these points provides easy communication with both the most important regions in Poland and is an excellent hub for distribution towards Western Europe and Scandinavia
The Poznań area is high in the tenants' interest ranking, as evidenced by the high share in the volume of transactions concluded in the market. It is also worth emphasizing the significant drop in vacancies and large interest in facilities in the region - says Magdalena Taciak.
Warehouse space in Greater Poland is an offer for investors who expect high technical standards of facilities with the possibility of free arrangement of warehouse space. Modern A-class logistics and distribution facilities are adapted to the high needs of modern logistics. Warehouses have access to all utilities with air-conditioned office and social space modules.
Distribution parks in this region are located in logistically strategic places in Poznań and its vicinity. Thanks to the proximity of the main communication routes (the A2 motorway), access to the city center, other parts of Poland and the western border is fast, easy and convenient.
The logistics potential of the region will increase after the completion of the S5 route which will ensure a fast connection of Poznań with Lower Silesia and Pomerania - adds Michał Sikora.
The Greater Poland region is considered by experts to be in a group of three regions with the highest investment attractiveness in the country. This was determined by such factors as: transport accessibility, business environment, market absorption, level of industry development.
Greater Poland is characterized by a well-developed infrastructure. An expanded network of roads and motorways, modernized rail routes and excellent facilities for air transport mean that Greater Poland attracts numerous investors
The region plays an increasingly important role as a distribution hub towards the west (e.g. Germany) and north (Scandinavia).
- German experts have estimated that Poznań belongs to the most attractive cities for business people in Central and Eastern Europe (classifying the capital of Greater Poland at the 5th place among 150 cities from this region).
- The highest capital was invested in Greater Poland by companies from Germany, Great Britain, the United States, Ireland, Sweden, Japan, the Netherlands and Switzerland.
- Enterprises with foreign capital have invested about USD 7 billion in the development of the region (with the highest investments by the food and chemical industry, production of electrical equipment, means of transport, machinery and equipment as well as in paper and printing industry).
Intermodal logistics is becoming an increasingly important part of the supply chain. This forces the growing importance of Asian economies and the trend of minimising the carbon footprint by reducing wheeled transport.
Euro-Net Sp. z o.o., represented by global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield, has signed a pre-let for 1,860 sq m of office and warehouse space at Prologis Park Poznań III, Prologis’ first Small Business Unit (SBU) project underway in Poznań.
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