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ALB Logistics has extended the lease for 3250 sqm of warehouse space in the Silesian Logistics Center Sosnowiec II, which is located near the A4 highway in one of Poland’s most important warehouse region. The lease was originally signed in 2018 with BIK S.A. (Biuro Inwestycji Kapitałowych S.A.).
ALB Logistics specializes in logistics, freight forwarding, and warehousing services in Europe, including the transportation, storage, and distribution of excise goods, assistance with customs handling, and short, medium, and long-term storage services. The company also offers logistics services for manufacturers, such as just-in-sequence, repacking, picking, and packaging.
“We are pleased to see the dynamic growth of ALB Logistics, which is one of our key partners in Sosnowiec, and we are delighted to continue our cooperation. We hope that the planned expansion of the warehouse park in Sosnowiec will support the company’s further development” – said Artur Kuliński, Managing Director of BIK S.A.
BIK Park Sosnowiec II is part of the Silesian Logistics Center, which is the largest investment project completed by BIK S.A. So far, the park consists of four warehouse with a total area of 46,500 sqm with 2000 sqm of office space on a 12.5-hectare area. BIK Sosnowiec II is strategically located near two key arteries, the A4 highway and the S1 road leading to southern Europe.
“The location of the Sosnowiec Park is perfect for our business, allowing distribution and transportation not only in the Upper Silesia region, but, due to the excellent transportation system, also in southern Europe. The Silesian region is among the top economically and demographically strong regions, offering access to qualified personnel essential for operations” – commented Ilirjan Osmanaj, CEO of ALB Logistics.
BIK Park Sosnowiec II currently consists of warehouse No. 5 with a storage area of 11,500 sqm, part of which is a cross dock warehouse. The complex will be expanded with another building (No. 6) of 14,000 sqm. The size of the modules can be adjusted to the individual needs of the tenants.
“Silesia is the second largest market of warehouse space in Poland with consistent high demand. The next development phase of Sosnowiec Park is located in the region with limited land bank, moreover, the plot has active building permit. Those two factors are making the project highly attractive for future tenants” – added Magda Twarowska, Head of Commercial at Logicenters, responsible for leasing activity of BIK portfolio.
Biuro Inwestycji Kapitałowych is a Polish logistics developer owned by the NREP NSF IV investment fund, and its operations are managed by Logicenters, NREP’s logistics platform.