Panattoni Park Teplice South in the industrial zone in Hostomice has reported full occupancy. The last vacancies in the Panattoni Park Teplice South complex will be filled by international logistics companies Maersk, Raben and the manufacturing company Exyte. The park was developed by Panattoni with Accolade as the investor.
Danish company Maersk will take over the use of 14,000 sqm of warehouse space, from where it will distribute batteries for electric vehicles. A further 312 sqm of space will be offices and sanitary facilities. Dutch company Raben will occupy a total of 2,500 sqm for its cross-dock operations. The German company Exyte Technology will use 6,350 sqm to manufacture technology for clean room equipment.
"I am delighted that we have been able to continue the trend of filling up the lettable space in our parks before completion with the industrial estate in Hostomice in Teplice. We can thus successfully complete the planned revitalisation and rehabilitation of the famous glassworks, which were inherently linked to the local area. The site will once again find a meaningful use that will help the entire region economically and will be far more environmentally friendly than the original production," says Pavel Sovička, Panattoni Director for the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
As required by Maersk, part of the logistics hall is equipped with a number of safety features to ensure the safe handling of electric vehicle batteries. In addition to thermal monitoring cameras and fire sprinklers in racks throughout the warehouse, the space is divided into four independent, fire-resistant sections. In addition to storage and packaging, services offered in the dedicated warehouse include in-depth quality control, battery charging and other value-added services within automotive supply chains.
"The complete letting of another industrial site only illustrates the steady demand for rental space, which again shows that even in turbulent times, more companies from the industrial, logistics and e-commerce sectors are coming and expanding. We are very pleased with this continued strong interest, all the more so because our park in Hostomice is a nice example of the diverse coexistence of tenants from different sectors in one complex," commented Milan Kratina, CEO of Accolade Group.
The industrial zone Panattoni Park Teplice South with a total area of 32,500 sqm was created after the redevelopment of a brownfield site on the territory of the former Kavalier glassworks.
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