Scandinavia’s leading company within flow technology, GPA Flowsystem AS, has moved into Logicenters’ property in Langhus, just outside Oslo. The lease agreement is for a 5,350 m2 section of the logistics property company’s facility.
The leading specialist in flow technology, GPA Flowsystem AS, has now become a new tenant at Logicenters’ property in Langhus, just south of Oslo. GPA now has an area of 5,350 m2 at its disposal. The property has a generic design and is equipped with all the necessary specifications for modern logistics operations. In addition to all the necessary indoor specifications, the property also has spacious outdoor areas which promote efficient traffic management and outdoor storage.
“We are very happy that GPA Flowsystem AS has now moved into our facility in Langhus. It is an exciting company that we are convinced will thrive. They are moving into a property well suited to modern logistics operations and also situated in an optimal location for logistics in the heart of Oslo’s southern logistics corridor. We would like to wish them a warm welcome,” says Matthias Kettelhoit, Head of Logicenters.
In terms of geography, Langhus is optimally located for logistics operations and is considered to be the most attractive logistics area in southern Oslo. From the property there is easy access to the E6 motorway with excellent links to Oslo, Sweden and further south to Denmark and the rest of northern Europe.
“It is great to have moved into our new warehouse in Langhus. In addition to the property fitting our business well, we are delighted by its geographical location, offering strategically good links to Oslo and the rest of the Nordic region. We would also like to take this opportunity to thank Logicenters for an excellent collaboration,” says Per-Ivar Søfteland, CEO of GPA Flowsystem AS.
Logicenters is to develop a 72,000 m2 logistics facility for Dahl Sverige AB in Bålsta, just north of Stockholm, with the two parties having already signed a lease agreement. The property will become Dahl’s new central warehouse and is scheduled for completion at the end of 2022. Logicenters has also acquired Dahl’s current 45,000 m2 logistics facility located in Kallhäll, between Bålsta and Stockholm.
Logicenters is ending the year with a major double deal while continuing to consolidate its presence in the Stockholm region. In Bålsta, Håbo municipality, Logicenters will develop a 72,000 m2 logistics facility for HVAC wholesaler Dahl Sverige AB. Logicenters will be responsible for the construction of the state-of-the-art, highly automated central warehouse – which is to be developed in close consultation with Dahl to ensure that all the company’s logistical needs are met.
“We are delighted to have been entrusted with the development of Dahl’s new logistics facility. We have worked with Dahl for many years and taking the collaboration to the next level feels completely natural. The fact that the new central warehouse is also one of the year’s largest logistics deals in Sweden is of course also a great record. It is a joy to establish a base in a municipality such as Håbo which really understands the value of modern logistics and I would like to thank the municipality for its excellent collaboration yet again”, says Matthias Kettelhoit, Head of Logicenters.
Logicenters has also acquired Dahl’s current 45,000 m2 logistics facility located in Kallhäll, in the neighbouring municipality of Järfälla. It will take control during the first quarter of 2021, with Logicenters having an opportunity to expand the facility by up to 12,000 m2 in addition to the existing warehouse space. Dahl will continue to operate from the property until the new central warehouse in Bålsta has been completed.
“We are extremely pleased to be working with Logicenters again. It is rewarding to work with a company which shares our view on the development of the logistics facilities of tomorrow and we look forward to moving into our new state-of-the-art central warehouse”, says Göran Dahlin, CEO of Dahl Sverige AB.
In line with Logicenters’ high sustainability goals, the new property in Bålsta will have the environmental certification BREEAM Very Good. There will also be an option to install solar cells on the property’s roof. The existing warehouse in Kallhäll will undergo a sustainability inspection when Logicenters takes control.
“It is very gratifying that Logicenters has once again chosen to establish itself in our municipality and we also look forward to welcoming Dahl to Håbo. We are convinced that Håbo’s strategic location in the region will benefit their operations”, says Mattias Jonsgården, head of local government at Håbo municipality.
“Companies and enterprise create jobs and are a priority issue in the municipality. We are therefore pleased with the new establishment in Håbo and take a positive view of the high sustainability goals and the property’s intended environmental certification”, says Liselotte Grahn Elg, mayor of Håbo municipality.
NREP Logicenters styrker nå sin posisjon i Oslo-regionen betydelig med et rekordoppkjøp på Gardermoen. Logistikkeiendommen huser Coops logistikksenter i et 27 meter høyt, topp moderne bygg på 84 800 kvadratmeter.
Logistikkeiendomsaktøren Logicenters fortsetter å etablere og konsolidere sin tilstedeværelse på strategiske steder for logistikk i Norge. Rett ved Oslo lufthavn har Logicenters nå kjøpt et førsteklasses logistikkanlegg på 84 800 m2 fra Møller Eiendom og Stokke Industri. Norges nest største dagligvarekjede, Coop, er en langsiktig leietaker på eiendommen. Videre er det en mulighet for å utvide anlegget, og Logicenters ser frem til å utforske en fremtidig videreutvikling av eiendommen sammen med Coop.
”Jeg er veldig stolt over å kunne kunngjøre off-market oppkjøpet av dette førsteklasses logistikkanlegget på et av Norges mest attraktive logistikkområder. Det er helt i tråd med vår langsiktige strategi om å skaffe eiendommer av akkurat dette kaliberet. Det er heller ikke tilfeldig at de to største logistikkanleggene i eiendomsporteføljen vår, denne og den ene i Bålsta, skal brukes av aktører i dagligvarehandelen. Dette er en bransje som i mindre grad enn andre blir påvirket av konjunkturer, ettersom det alltid vil være etterspørsel etter mat”, sier Matthias Kettelhoit, sjef for Logicenters
Eiendommen er helautomatisk og inneholder kjøle-, fryse- og tempererte lagringsområder og gjør det mulig for leietakeren å håndtere store mengder produkter. I tråd med Logicenters strategi for bærekraft og energieffektivitet er det muligheter for å installere solcellepaneler på eiendommen, både på taket og på fasadeveggene.
”Som en av Nordens ledende eiendomsinvestorer, streber vi alltid etter å intensivere vår tilstedeværelse på strategiske steder rundt om i regionen – akkurat det vi har gjort med anskaffelsen av denne eiendommen. Dette oppkjøpet er den største enkeltinvesteringen vi har gjort i logistikksegmentet, og er også den nyeste i vår ambisjon om å utvide NREPs tilstedeværelse i Norge ytterligere. Vi vil takke Møller Eiendom og Stokke Industri for et godt samarbeid og ser frem til å fortsette vårt samarbeid med Coop på denne eiendommen, sier Jens Petter Hagen, Partner, NREP Norge.
NREP Logicenters har brukt CBRE og Wikborg Rein som henholdsvis kommersiell og juridisk rådgiver i prosessen.
Partnerskapet mellom Møller Eiendom og Stokke Industri har eid og utviklet eiendommen siden den ble ferdigstilt i 2015. Investeringen ble gjort med et femårsperspektiv.
“Vi er veldig fornøyde med å ha kommet til enighet med NREP. Deres fokus på utvikling av moderne logistikkeiendom og langsiktig eierskap passer godt sammen med både eiendommen og leietakeren”, sier Thomas Sletten, investeringsdirektør i Møller Eiendom.
Pangea Property Partners har vært eksklusiv finansiell rådgiver for Møller og Stokke. Advokatfirmaet Thommessen har også bistått selgerne i transaksjonen.
Logicenters continues to strengthen its position in southern Sweden with the acquisition of a logistics facility in Landskrona in Skåne. The logistics property company has acquired e-commerce company NA-KD’s new 23,000 m2 logistics warehouse. The e-commerce company will continue to operate from the property.
Logicenters is continuing to establish and consolidate its presence at strategic logistics hubs. It has now acquired NA-KD’s 23,000 m2 logistics facility in Kronan Logistics Park, Landskrona. The e-commerce company, which recently moved into the property, will continue to operate from the site. It will also be possible to expand the facility by up to 9,000 m2 in addition to the space currently leased by NA-KD.
“We are very happy about this new collaboration with a growing e-retailer. Logicenters is flourishing and we are more than ready to help NA-KD optimise its logistics management and e-commerce by acquiring this property. Kronan Logistics Park has an unbeatable location for logistics, close to both Malmö and the rest of the Öresund region. We are looking forward to working with NA-KD and it will be exciting to follow its development in a rapidly growing e-commerce sector,” says Matthias Kettelhoit, Head of Logicenters.
The acquisition of NA-KD’s logistics facility has enabled Logicenters to double its presence in Kronan Logistics Park to a total of almost 50,000 m2 of logistics space. Earlier this year, a 24,000 m2 facility was completed in the park, which is also included in the logistics property company’s property portfolio.
“We are delighted to link up with a leading logistics real estate player that is familiar with our needs. Logicenters is professional, flexible and easy to work with and we are looking forward to it taking over the management of our property. This will enable us to continue focusing on the streamlining of our internal processes and taking our business to the next level,” says Oscar von Konow, COO at NA-KD.
The groundbreaking ceremony for the property being developed by Logicenters in Kurikantie, Pirkkala took place on 23 October. The modern 4600 m² sorting facility will be leased to PostNord Oy, with which the logistics property company signed a lease earlier this year. Logicenters is also planning to develop an additional 7000 m2 warehouse onsite.
This summer, Logicenters announced that they had signed a lease with PostNord Oy in Pirkkala, Finland. The agreement involved the construction of a 4600 m² sorting facility which is to be ready for occupancy in the early summer of 2021. And now the groundbreaking ceremony for the new property has taken place. In addition to the sorting facility’s modern specifications, it will also be heated using geothermal energy, with the electricity being provided by solar power.
“We are very proud that development of the sorting facility for PostNord Oy is now under way. The building will be equipped with specifications which meet all of PostNord Oy’s needs. Logicenters is at the forefront when it comes to developing properties with a high environmental performance, as will be clearly demonstrated by this facility,” says Jarkko Äikää, Commercial Director Logicenters Finland.
The facility will also be prepared for further development with a 2000 m² extension. Logicenters will also develop a 7000 m² detached warehouse onsite.
“It is gratifying that the groundbreaking ceremony for our new sorting facility has now taken place. The facility will form part of our investment in delivering more quickly and responsibly throughout Finland. We can’t wait to move into the finished facility as this will strengthen our competitiveness and flexibility,” says Jani Ståhlhammar, COO at PostNord Oy in Finland.
Present at the groundbreaking ceremony were Marko Määttä (Logicenters), Ville Hilmola (PostNord), Jaakko Hermikoski (PostNord), Jani Ståhlhammar (PostNord) and Jarkko Äikää (Logicenters).
Earlier this year, Logicenters signed a lease with e-retailer and Borås company Care of Carl. The web-based menswear store is now moving into Logicenters’ facility in Viared, just outside Borås. Care of Carl has leased an area measuring approximately 12,000 m2, equivalent to half of the property’s floor space. Consequently, the remaining area is available for additional tenants.
E-commerce is currently breaking all records, with e-commerce companies experiencing almost explosive developments during 2020. The keys to Logicenters’ property in Viared, just outside Borås, have been handed over to web-based menswear store and Borås company Care of Carl, which is now moving into the property. The e-retailer’s new property has been equipped with all the technical specifications required for modern logistics operations. The facility’s technical solutions have also been adapted to suit the e-retailer’s operations.
“We would like to warmly welcome Care of Carl to its new property. We see that the growth in e-commerce has exploded this year, as it continues to play an even greater part in people’s lives. Therefore, we believe that Care of Carl’s new logistics facility will enable them to be well equipped for the future. The fact that the property is also located in one of Sweden’s best geographical locations for logistics is also beneficial. We are now looking forward to closely following a fast-growing and smart e-commerce company on its journey”, says Matthias Kettelhoit, Head of Logicenters.
Geographically speaking, Viared has an ideal location for logistics. Its proximity to Landvetter Airport and the major cities of Gothenburg and Jönköping makes it very attractive to a range of different sectors – not least fast-growing e-retailers. The area is also ranked as Sweden’s main area for logistics. With Care of Carl moving into half of the property, this means that the other half – approximately 12,000 m2 – is available for additional tenants, with the opportunity for rapid occupancy.
“We are really looking forward to moving into our new logistics and office facility in Borås. The logistics premises have been perfectly designed according to our needs and the office premises have been completely renovated according to our wishes. E-commerce has continued to grow throughout the year, placing even greater demands on our internal processes, so it feels good that we now have access to a much larger warehouse space. With the move, we are ready to take our business to the next level, while at the same time continuing our operation in our hometown Borås, where our journey once began”, concludes Henning Källqvist, CEO and founder, Care of Carl.
Logicenters has acquired a 160,000 m2 site at the Danish logistics park, Skandinavisk Transport Center, in Køge to the south of Copenhagen. The land has been sold by Køge municipality and the acquisition has been undertaken as part of the municipality’s expansion plans for the existing logistics park. This logistics park is one of Denmark’s largest and it will continue to grow as Logicenters establishes itself in the area.
Logicenters develops and owns modern logistics facilities in the Nordic region. The logistics company is now looking to grow further in the Öresund region through the acquisition of a site in Køge, Denmark. The land has been sold by Køge municipality, with the site forming part of the municipality’s long-term expansion plans for the Skandinavisk Transport Center logistics park. The area is approximately 160,000 m2 in size, with Logicenters’ buildings scheduled to account for around 70,000 m2 of this.
“The Öresund region is an enormously competitive and growing region. Our presence in Køge is key to strengthening Logicenters’ position as a leading logistics player in the Nordic region. The undeveloped land gives us the opportunity to meet the needs of potential tenants for a modern logistics property. We will work with the tenant to develop and customise the property. We are happy that Køge municipality recognises the opportunities here and is allowing us to invest in the area,” says Matthias Kettelhoit, Head of Logicenters.
The proximity to Copenhagen and Malmö makes the Skandinavisk Transport Center a strategic location for logistics and transport, especially as the E20, E55 and E47 motorways all pass through Køge. A newly built railway station near the logistics park also provides excellent options for commuting to and from Copenhagen. In addition, the port of Køge is only three kilometres away, ideally located on the Baltic Sea, in close proximity to the Baltic countries. In the future, the Fehmarn Belt Fixed Link will also connect Køge to Germany and the rest of Europe.
“Here in Køge we benefit from our unique location in the vicinity of Copenhagen, and the easy access to the rest of Zealand. This has contributed to creating a growing municipality, and a municipality which is strongly on its way to establishing itself as Zealand’s power centre. It is with great pleasure that we can now welcome a new, great player, namely Logicenters. When they move into Scandinavian Transport Centre, it once again shows that the future lies in Køge,” states Mayor of Køge, Marie Stærke.
“Køge is and has been an ideal base for many years. That is why Skandinavisk Transport Center is delighted to welcome Logicenters to Køge. The site will be ideal for Logicenters’ future tenants who want to become part of a growing logistics park in the best location with 1.5 million consumers in close proximity,” says Thomas Elm Kampmann, CEO of Skandinavisk Transport Center.
The Danish logistics company Godshotel is moving into one of Logicenters’ properties in Greve, Denmark. The logistics property company has already signed a lease with Godshotel for a property measuring just over 30,000 m2. The lease commences on 1 September 2020 and the company will be taking over the property from Flying Tiger, which will vacate the premises at the end of August.
Godshotel Lager & Transport has a rapidly growing presence in the warehousing, packaging and transport solutions sector in Denmark and will move into Logicenters’ property at Ventrupparken 2 in Greve. This logistics area is attractively located on Zealand, 25 km from the centre of Copenhagen. The property in question has been constructed in two stages with a total area of 30,142 m2. The high-quality facility is an ideal base for a modern logistics company.
“The fact that Godshotel is choosing to move into one of our properties is proof that we are developing and supplying top-class logistics facilities at attractive addresses. Godshotel will move into a property with all the specifications required to operate a modern and efficient logistics business at an address with direct proximity to the E20 motorway and Copenhagen. We are delighted to welcome Godshotel to its new home in Greve,” says Thomas Petersen, Commercial Manager, Logicenters Denmark.
“We have experienced very strong growth since we have begun operating in Greve and further expansion in the area was a given for us when the opportunity arose. We have enjoyed good communication with Logicenters and found a solution which suits us perfectly. In addition, we have secured further expansion opportunities on the site. Our thanks go to Thomas Petersen and his team at Logicenters for a smooth and constructive negotiation process and consultation at every step along the way,” says Martin Dibbern, Logistics Director at Godshotel.
Logicenters develops and manages modern logistics facilities throughout the Nordic region and owns two more properties in Greve, Denmark. One property is an ongoing project a stone’s throw away at Ventrupparken 4. The other property is located at Greve Main 30. The logistics property company is well established in Zealand with a number of properties in Køge, Ishøj and Vallensbæk.
After signing a contract with one of the world’s leading logistics companies, Logicenters is now investing further in Eskilstuna Logistics Park. The lease with the logistics giant is initially for an area of 15,000 m2 and Logicenters is continuing its expansion with another 15,000 m2 in the area. Logicenters’ proactivity has been of key to its success in Eskilstuna. With its current expansion, Logicenters will own a total of 51,000 m2 of warehouse space in this area.
The new tenant is one of the world’s largest logistics providers with operations in more than 100 countries. It specialises in sea and air freight, contract logistics and land transport.
The global logistics company will be moving into the Logicenters property in Eskilstuna Logistics Park, located just outside Eskilstuna. Built on speculation, the property has modern specifications with a floor area of 15,000 m2 which is now being further developed in order to adapt it to the new tenant’s operations. In addition, Logicenters is expanding with another 15,000 m2 in the area – again on speculation.
“The fact that one of the world’s largest logistics companies chooses to move into our property is something we are very proud of. This also reinforces our belief that we are developing modern facilities in geographically attractive locations which appeal to leading global players within logistics. We have several new projects under process in Eskilstuna and we see a bright future in the area. Our ambition is to acquire additional land in the area and to continue the expansion. We are looking forward to welcoming more tenants to one of Sweden’s best logistics locations,” says Matthias Kettelhoit, Head of Logicenters.
Eskilstuna Logistics Park has an area of 420 hectares and is strategically located just outside Eskilstuna with direct proximity to the motorway, railway and airport. The geographical location of the logistics park provides excellent transport opportunities to Örebro as well as to the Mälaren region and Stockholm. In addition to the developed area of 36,000 m2, Logicenters is now planning to build on a further 15,000 m2, giving it a total warehouse space of 51,000 m2. There is also an option for further expansion for the logistics property company in the area of just over 40,000 m2.This will facilitate expansion for both current and new tenants in the future.
“We are delighted that Logicenters is continuing its offensive expansion in Eskilstuna and that the international logistics company has chosen to invest here. This confirms Eskilstuna’s position as one of the country’s most expansive logistics areas, something which is key to the creation of many new jobs in Eskilstuna,” says David Hofmann, CEO, Eskilstuna Logistik och Etablering AB.
Logicenters’ strength has always been proactivity and expertise in acquiring key sites of land to establish in logistically strategic locations throughout the Nordic region. Logicenters specialises in modern logistics and develops properties which meet the high standards of quality, efficiency and flexibility required by world-class logistics companies.
Logicenters has now signed a lease with PostNord Oy in Finland. The lease includes the development of a 4600 m² parcel sorting facility in Kurikantie, Pirkkala. The facility is scheduled to be ready for occupation in early 2021 and will also include expansion options of 2000 m². The real estate developer is also planning to develop an additional 7000 m² warehouse onsite.
Logicenters is continuing to develop and expand its presence at strategic logistics hubs in the Nordic region. It has now signed a new lease with PostNord Oy in Pirkkala, Finland. In accordance with the lease, Logicenters will develop a 4600 m² parcel sorting facility in Kurikantie which is scheduled for completion in the second quarter of 2021. The facility will also be prepared for potential development on a 2000 m² extension. The logistics property company will also develop a 7000 m² detached warehouse onsite.
“It is great that such an established company as PostNord Oy is choosing to move into our upcoming sorting facility in Finland. The lease is an exciting commission where Logicenters will use its collective skills to develop a modern facility with a high environmental performance. We are confident that PostNord Oy will thrive in its new facility,” says Matthias Kettelhoit, Head of Logicenters.
The ambition is to heat the facility using geothermal energy and that the electricity is to be supplied by solar power. Logicenters focuses on and is at the forefront of developing sustainable buildings with a low carbon footprint and reduced energy consumption.
“We are renewing our logistics network so that we can deliver shipments faster and more responsibly to the whole of Finland. With this solution, we will significantly strengthen our competitiveness and agility to operate in an ever-changing logistics market. We thank Logicenters for their flexible cooperation and we look forward to moving into our new property,” says Jani Ståhlhammar, COO at PostNord Oy in Finland.