Frigo Logistics and Longway Polska sign leases for Masovia


Frigo Logistics and Longway Polska sign leases for Masovia


A logistics operator specializing in distribution of deep-frozen goods has leased nearly 1 200 sqm of deep-frozen warehousing space and 150 sqm of office space in the P3 Błonie logistics park. In turn, Longway Poland, the owner of the popular bicycle brand Karbon, has gone for Pruszkowskie Centrum Dystrybucyjne, where it will be taking up more than 1 400 sqm of warehouse space and 300 sqm of office and staff rest and refreshment space. Both of the above transactions were completed with the support of consultants from the Industrial and Logistics Department at BNP Paribas Real Estate Poland.

Frigo Logistics, the national leader in distribution of deep-frozen goods, has already started operating from the new location 27 km to the west of the centre of Warsaw. Its presence in the P3 Błonie warehouse park situated in the near proximity to the junction of the 92 national road and the A2 motorway will enable the company to make full use of the opportunities stemming from its expertise and broad range of services it offers including comprehensive transport services together with direct pickup and delivery of goods to any location in the country, as well as a package of logistics services such as storage, picking, co-packing and release of goods for further distribution.
The second transaction completed on Warsaw’s warehouse market where BNP Paribas Real Estate Poland acted as the agent was introduction of Longway Poland to the warehouse park located right next to the Pruszków motorway junction. The main area of operations of the dynamically developing Polish company is manufacture of a full range of bicycles addressed to both children and adults. The new location for Longway Poland, i.e. Pruszkowskie Centrum Dystrybucyjne, has a total of 6 buildings with the aggregate warehouse, manufacture and office area of 65 000 sqm.

The low relocation costs and availability of office units were the deciding factors in choosing Pruszkowskie Centrum Dystrybucyjne as the new seat for Longway Poland.

Tomasz Gnich, Consultant, Industrial and Logistics Department at BNP Paribas Real Estate Poland

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