The new logistics property’s storage area will be 36 000 m2 specially adapted for storing food in several temperature zones. The facility, which is expected to be completed in the end of 2024, will be located in Hyllinge, outside Helsingborg, in direct connection to both E4 and E6.
After the logistics real estate operator established nearly 85 000 m2 of logistics in Landskrona, Logicenters continues to grow in Skåne through the new agreement with Frigoscandia.
Frigoscandia is the Nordic market leader within temperature-controlled food logistics. The new facility in Hyllinge will be the company’s largest, handling and storing food, as well as being a hub for import and export volumes.
The new 3PL center will be developed in line with Logicenters ambitious environmental profile with sustainability in focus. In addition to solar cells being installed on the roof, the ambition for the property is to be environmentally certified according to BREEAM Excellent.
“It is with pleasure that we can communicate this deal after we have worked on this project for a long time. The facility will be Frigoscandia’s future hub for southern Sweden and it feels very good that we have been able to offer this opportunity. For us, it is gratifying that we are strengthening another development project by building in a chilled and frozen plant,” says Matthias Kettelhoit, CEO at Logicenters.
To adapt the facility to the customer’s needs, the property will include several temperature zones, including frozen, chilled and ambient storage. The frozen section will be a total of 18,300 m2 where the temperature can be lowered to -25°C. The facility will also include an office section of approximately 2,500 m2 that will be Frigoscandias’ new headquarter.
“In our plan for growth and further development of our service offering, it is a clear strategy to modernize and develop our facilities and infrastructure. The property’s design and location in Hyllinge will have great advantages and we are now looking forward to working in a facility that both helps our customers to meet their environmental goals and the rapid supply chain adjustments that will be required in the future,” says Peter Haveneth, CEO at Frigoscandia.