News Article expansion logistics Łódź Panattoni Europe Poland warehouse
by Property Forum | Industrial

Panattoni has completed the commercialisation of Panattoni Park Koluszki and launched work to extend the centre by 14,000 sqm. The centre’s current tenants Kamoka and Pet Republic have taken the decision to lease the additional space.

Kamoka is a European supplier of vehicle parts, which for over two years has been operating a distribution centre from Panattoni Park Koluszki with space for around 30,000 palettes. Now the company is to almost double the size of its space from the 13,400 sqm it currently leases to 26,500 sqm. 

Yet another tenant, Pet Republic, has also decided to expand. The pet food producer runs an automated factory in Koluszki park as well as a logistics centre with space for around 6,000 palettes. Currently, the tenant leases an area of 12,000 sqm, which it is now to expand to 13,700 sqm. 

“We are extremely pleased that our clients are to deepen their relationships with us. This is the best kind of commendation for our development,” says Dorota Jagodzińska-Sasson, the Managing Director at Panattoni.

The developer has now begun work to extend the centre. On completion, the park will have an area of 40,500 sqm with the new space to be handed over in the first quarter of 2025. “The full commercialisation Panattoni Park Koluszki – a class A development – is a confirmation of the growing business potential of this location”, explains Dorota Jagodzińska-Sasson and she adds: “The Central Poland Region is important to logistics operators, distributors and manufacturers due to the crossing of Poland’s main transportation routes. This creates unique opportunities to operate on a national and international scale. Koluszki is an interesting alternative to Łódź – as well as its attractive location in the very centre of the country it also benefits from being within a special economic zone with access to labour, the lack of which can clearly be felt in the country’s main centres of investment.” 

Panattoni Park Koluszki is located at a strategic point in Central Poland with easy access to the A1 and A2 motorways. The transport infrastructure is supplemented by a nearby railway hub. The centre has undergone BREEAM environmental certification and employs solutions to limit the use of energy and water as well as to improve user well-being.