Uniprest Instal, Norm Fasteners moving to P3 Bucharest A1

Uniprest Instal, Norm Fasteners moving to P3 Bucharest A1

Published at: 2020-02-10 09:50 | Author: CIJ Romania
Uniprest Instal and Norm Fasteners are joining the P3 Bucharest A1 tenant mix. The companies signed lease agreements on more than 6,300 sqm of space. P3 Bucharest A1 currently offers 380,000 sqm in 14 warehouses. An additional 100,000 sqm of logistics space could be added in the future. The property also has direct access to the A1 motorway as well as the pan-European Corridor 4.
“We are pleased to welcome our new partners in the P3 Bucharest A1 park. We start the year 2020 with two tenants from different industries, specialists in their sectors of activity, whose orientation towards quality and long-term partnerships is in line with the P3 philosophy,” said Sinziana Pardhan, managing director of P3 Romania. “We are glad that there is demand both from existing players that are expanding and consolidating their distribution network, such as Uniprest, as well as from big names that are just entering the market, such as Norm. We can hardly wait to start their activity and assure them of all our support in developing their business in Romania.”

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