CTP is an award-winning, full-service property developer specialising in the design, construction and management of custom-built, premium-class business properties for lease in the Czech Republic and throughout Central Europe.
Since its start in 1998, CTP has grown rapidly to become the number-one developer of business parks in the Czech Republic, providing strategically located, modern A-class facilities for international and local companies active in logistics, high-tech manufacturing, R&D and other industrial sectors.
CTP’s balanced portfolio of properties includes premium-class office developments in regional business centres built to internationally recognised BREEAM standards for high energy efficiency and overall sustainability, as well as strategic retail holdings.
CTP is Dutch-led with an international team of over 100 dedicated professionals working to ensure the seamless delivery of business property solutions to over 400 leading international and local companies operating in diverse business sectors. Based on our success, CTP is now ranked as the 10th largest overall property developer in Europe.
CTP and long-term financial partners, KB/SoGe, signed today a new loan facility of EUR 79.5 million, refinancing a portfolio of existing properties. The new agreement 'reaffirms an excellent long term relationship with our financial partner and confirms our shared commitment,' commented Zdeněk Raus, CTP Financial Manager.
The new loan facility follows upon a previous loan agreed in 2007, which was planned due in 2014, and extends the period through to 2019.
"We're pleased to maintain the mutually beneficial relationship with our financial parnters KB/SoGe and look forward to many more years of cooperation,' stated Raus.
On Thursday, 19th September, Smiths Medical held an official opening ceremony at their new 9,000 m2 manufacturing & completion facility at CTPark Hranice. A leading global provider of precision medical devices, Smiths Medical will use the facilities for high-tech production and completion to support its European activities.
The company took over the facilities in July, 8 months after signing a lease agreement, and have begun operations on plan. Full operations are expected to begin in H1 2014.
"We are pleased that a world leader in the medical industry chose Hranice, and CTP, for their operations. CTP was up for the challenge of building the required state-of-the-art clean rooms with strict requirements on the production environment, and getting it done on time," said CTP Project Manager David Chladek.
Smiths Medical is expected to invest over CZK190 million and create approximately 250 new high tech jobs to the area. Smiths Medical produces a range of high-tech medical devices used for surgical procedures and hospital care, including equipment for cardiovascular treatment, incubation and in-vitro fertilisation.
The importance of the Brno region and the Czech Republic as a whole for DHL will only grow in the future"