CTP launches Premium Business Units

CTP launches Premium Business Units

Published at: 2019-11-12 09:05 | Author: CIJ Romania
CTP launches a new product for the local market - Premium Business Units. These multifunctional units combine office, production, storage and showroom space into one. With areas between 1,000 and 3,000 square meters, they address the needs of those companies that want to optimize their flows and grow their businesses. Adapted to meet the needs of each company, these are premium facilities to modern standards and are aimed at entrepreneurs who are currently in outdated or improper buildings and want to optimize and improve their image and results.

CTPark Bucharest benefits from an excellent location, very close to the ring road of Bucharest and with excellent access to the A1 motorway, offering a quick route to the rest of the country and connecting Bucharest with Hungary and the rest of Europe. It is one of the most important logistics hubs in western Bucharest, with all the infrastructure and all the utilities available, with good visibility and easy access to large transport vehicles.

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