Warsaw, April 30, 2021
CTP, the largest industrial developer in CEE continues expanding its logistics park network in Poland. Next week, construction work will start in Opole, where CTP successfully developed multiple buildings for its long-term tenants over the last few years. This CTPark holds an excellent geographical position halfway between Katowice and Wroclaw, just 56 km to the Czech border and with direct connection to Germany via E40 motorway, and is also located within the Special Economic Zone of Opole which provides attractive corporate income tax related incentives.
“Investing €12 million into the fourth facility in CTPark Opole will provide another 20,000 m2 of BREEAM certified premises for logistics and or light manufacturing. Construction is expected to finish by the end of the year. We also confirm our plan to start construction in Zabrze, Katowice and Iłowa and also our very first development in Warsaw.”
Being one of the largest markets and economies in CEE, Poland provides CTP and its tenant network much expansion potential, as the country hosts a growing economy and consumer population, well-educated work forces, strong technical innovation and relatively low production costs. CTP stands to be the market leader in CEE and is enthusiastic about the opportunities in Poland and is extending its activities in the region.
CTP is the largest industrial property developer in CEE managing 6.3 million m² of logistics space across seven countries. With the entire portfolio BREEAM certified, CTP claims the position of the most sustainable developer in the region, having reached carbon neutrality in its operations already since the beginning of 2021.