German carmaker Mercedes-Benz is boosting its logistics operations in Romania. Construction firm Plana-Innova was selected to build its new centre that will have a maximum storage capacity for 45,000 products.
The project is developed in Dragomiresti Vale and has a quick access to highway A1. The total investment of €20 million includes the development of the logistics center, the construction of technical buildings and the acquisition of the initial stock of spare parts.
The investment will be carried out in two stages. The center for logistics operations will be built first, while in the second phase, the project will be expanded by 2,000 sqm.
The land was acquired from Team Real Estate Development, which is majority owned by an offshore part of Tiriac Group, according to ZF.ro. The land plot is located in Bucharest West Industrial Park.
Mercedes-Benz owner Daimler operates a gearbox production facility in western Romania.
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