Langowski Logistics leases 3,300 sqm at Central European Logistics HUB

Langowski Logistics leases 3,300 sqm at Central European Logistics HUB

Published at: 2020-03-25 09:20 | Author: CIJEurope.com

Langowski Logistics has leased 3,300 sqm at Panattoni Central European Logistics HUB in Łódź. The space will be used by the TSL operator as a reloading warehouse on the New Silk Road. The tenant was represented during the lease process by Cresa. “The site is in Central Poland with access to the intersection of the European east-west and north-south routes, while its location within city limits facilitates the tenants’ manufacturing and warehousing operations as well as making it fast and easy for employees to get to work,” said Marek Dobrzycki, managing director at Panattoni. “The construction of Central European Logistics Hub is nearly halfway through to the planned 600,000 sqm, and has already become home to some very different businesses, including manufacturers of household appliances, retail chains specialising in consumer electronics and household appliances, children’s products and, naturally, logistics providers such as Langowski Logistics, which makes us very happy.”

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