News Article BHM Czech Republic industrial investment logistics PPF Slovakia
by Property Forum | Investment

Czech BHM group continues its purchases in Slovakia. This time, according to, the holding bought a logistics and production complex called Trenčín Industrial Park used by automotive suppliers. The group did not publish the price of the transaction. 

The newly acquired hall in Trenčín in western Slovakia has 120,000 sqm. The space is shared by several manufacturing companies, especially from the automotive industry, and the complex employs over 1,800 people in total. "It is one of the largest industrial and logistics parks in the region. BHM group is continuing its expansion in the field of commercial and industrial real estate investments with the aim of building a strong and modern portfolio of European scale in this segment," Jan Černý, executive director of BHM group, told

The holding already owns a logistics park in Dunajská Streda, Slovakia. Following the acquisition of the Trencin property, the value of BHM's industrial portfolio in its eastern neighbours is in the mid-teens of billions of crowns. The investor did not disclose the value of the latest deal.

BHM group owns and operates other logistics centres in Slovenia, Serbia and Croatia and is active in other areas of the real estate market. A year ago, the holding bought ten shopping parks in Poland for more than CZK 1 billion (€40.6 million). In addition to real estate, BHM is also active in renewable energy and the investment firm is also active in the healthcare segment. This spring, for example, it bought German operating room equipment manufacturer Medifa.

Tomáš Krsek was one of the co-owners of Škoda Transportation, a Pilsen-based manufacturer of rolling stock. After selling the company to PPF Group, he founded the investment company BHM group.