Swedish company Desenio Group set up a new distribution centre for European markets outside the Nordic region. For the centre, Desenio leased nearly 18,500 sqm in CTPark Bor. The transaction was assisted by Cushman & Wakefield.
Fast-growing digital Swedish provider of affordable wall art Desenio Group wants to support its European operations outside the Nordic region and has set up a new distribution centre. For that reason, the group leased nearly 18.5 sqm of industrial-logistics space in CTPark Bor in Western Bohemia, Czech Republic. Desenio was considering several locations in various European countries. “With our new logistics centre, we get closer to most of our European customers outside the Nordic region, which results in shorter lead times and less environmental impact. As a consequence, we also reduce our logistics costs,” says Jimmie Grönlund, Head of Fulfillment of Desenio Group. The premises are entirely newly built and the technology is designed to ensure an efficient, scalable process and fast delivery times.
“Coordinating such an extensive project during the covid limitations, which included remote negotiations conducted online or numerous quarantines accompanying the travels, was a truly challenging task. We’re glad we succeeded in securing these state-of-the-art and ideally located premises for Desenio Group, a significant e-commerce player in the European market,” said Vít Zdráhal, Partner, Head of Landlord and Tenant Representation in the industrial team at Cushman & Wakefield, who assisted in the transaction together with a team of specialized consultants across the firm.
Next to Desenio Group, which opened their new logistics centre on 5 May 2022, other significant tenants at CTPark Bor include Loxxess, Fiege or Primark.
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