CTP is now leasing additional 70,000 m2 in CTPark Bor, one of the 4 biggest parks in CEE, to Loxxess
Prague, 16 September 2021 – CTP, one of the five largest real estate developers in Europe, has expanded its cooperation with the logistics company Loxxess s.r.o., which is currently the second largest tenant of CTP in the Czech Republic. The newly constructed warehouse provides the company with nearly 70,000 m2 of additional space over and above their existing 45,000 m2 of leased space was handed over in September. The commercial agreement was signed in 2020 and was one of the biggest transactions. The premises are mainly used for the storage of drugstore goods for dm-drogerie markt.
CTPark Bor is currently the largest industrial park in the Czech Republic with a total area of 135 hectares. Upon completion, which is planned for the end of next year, the park will provide more than 616,000 m2 of lettable space. Currently, there are a total of 14 tenants including leading international technology suppliers, automotive companies and the Primark clothing retailer. The park provides jobs to approximately 4,000 people.
Loxxess will use the new premises mainly for the central storage of drugstore goods for the German multinational chain dm-drogerie markt. “The new premises enable us to meet the high and growing demand for our online product range, and respond even better to the wishes and needs of our customers,” commented Christian Bodi, dm’s Head of Logistics.
The company will be able to benefit from brand new, customized premises built to the highest environmental standard, with the aim of receiving the BREEAM Excellent certification in the future. The new building is fitted with a rainwater management system, waterless urinals, monitoring and control of energy consumption within individual sections of the building, intelligent lighting controlled by daylight and motion sensors and a special seamless floor for the installation of an automated warehouse system. The total roof area is also prepared for the installation of photovoltaic panels. The facility has a 12 m clear height, allowing for optimised operation and effective warehousing.
Besides the proximity to the German border, an indisputable advantage for all tenants is the park’s proximity to Pilsen and other towns, as well as good quality infrastructure including affordable housing in the area, a healthcare centre, leisure facilities or cooperation with the local government and schools. In addition, tenants can benefit from mutual synergies, which also makes CTPark Bor highly attractive.
With 556,000 m2 completed so far and another 58,000 m2 planned, CTPark Bor is currently the largest park in the CTPark Network in the Czech Republic. It is closely followed by CTPark Brno with 502,900 m2. According to the latest data from the turn of the year, both sites are among the four largest industrial parks in Central and Eastern Europe. The other two are CTPark Bucharest and CTPark Bucharest West also belong to CTP. The parks are home to a wide range of tenants with a diverse focus ranging from research and development, hi-tech manufacturing and computer repair to logistics and e-commerce.
About LOXXESS Bor
In the Czech Republic, LOXXESS Bor s.r.o. is based at two locations, CTPark Bor and CTP Nová Hospoda. In these locations, its customers include Vanderstorm Ventures, Planet Sports, the Rewe-Weinfreunde group, Rewe Eigenware and Penny non food. Since April 2017, LOXXESS Bor has been catering to the growing online business of dm-drogerie markt. In June 2018, the company counted one million orders. The figure has reached 2,000,000 in February 2021. In parallel, the team and warehouse space of LOXXESS have also been growing.
Since February 2019, a second warehouse with a modern packaging line has been in operation for dm.
Other LOXXESS Bor customers include Vodafone Kabel Deutschland GmbH, ZooRoyal from the Rewe group, PŸUR or HD+. For customers in the telecommunications, pay-TV and consumer electronics industries, LOXXESS offers a highly specialised centre with extensive expertise and a range of complementary services. In addition, the company offers its media customers highly specialized solutions for archiving, sorting and identifying different types of data media.
LOXXESS AG, headquartered in Tegernsee, Bavaria, is one of the leading medium-sized providers of warehouse logistics services in Central Europe. Here, the company specializes in comprehensive outsourcing projects, which include the purchase and distribution of goods, customer care, product customization, invoicing and receivables management and e-commerce.
LOXXESS customers come from six defined target sectors: industrial and chemical services, sports and lifestyle, FMCG and sensitive goods, shipping and e-commerce, consumer electronics and media products, pharmaceutical and healthcare products. In all of these sectors, the company’s customers include renowned global players. Regional customers are taken care of by the individual plants, while key customers are attended to by members of the company’s management.
The name LOXXESS is made up of the words “Logistics” and “Success”.
The LOXXESS group currently has 26 branches located in Germany, Poland and the Czech Republic. It employs more than 2,200 people, of which 1,500 work in the Czech Republic at LOXXESS Bor s.r.o.
The Bor park is one of the largest industrial parks in the Czech Republic with a total area of 135 hectares. It is located on a highway near Tachov, around 15 km from the German border and 50 km from the city of Pilsen. The park offers facilities for manufacturing, storage and logistics as well as accommodation for the employees of local companies. In total, the Bor park provides approximately 4,000 jobs. The construction of the compound started in 2005. The park is being continuously expanded, with more than just industrial properties. Employees can already benefit from several restaurants, a medical centre, training and meeting rooms as well as sports and recreational facilities. Current tenants of the park include, for example, Primark, DHL and TechData. The largest tenant in the Bor park is LOXXESS Bor, their second warehouse warehouseof 70,000 m2 of space was handed over in September 2021. The commercial agreement was signed in 2020 and was the largest of 2020.
With 6.6 million m2 of space in nine countries, CTP is the largest industrial property developer in Central and Eastern Europe. At the beginning of 2021, the company became the most environmentally-friendly developer in the region, thanks to receiving the prestigious BREEAM certificate for its entire portfolio and achieving car-bon neutrality. In March this year, CTP was listed on Euronext Amsterdam, the oldest stock-exchange in the world.