Pan-European logistics property investor-developer P3 handed over a new warehouse at P3 Bucharest to customer E van Wijk. According to a press release, the 13,900 sqm logistics facility is a class A building and incorporates energy efficient systems, cooling units, additional roof insulation, heat recovery and low consumption LED lighting. It also includes 400 sqm of offices.
“Two more buildings will be delivered at P3 Bucharest park by the end of the year. Our aim is to make the park the most important logistic hub in Bucharest area”, said Sinziana Pardhan, P3’s Country Head in Romania.
A team of 40 people will be based at the facility, which will be used to distribute an average of 15,000 pallets a month. The warehouse storage capacity is of 18 000 pallets, offering the possibility of ground and shelves storage.
The warehouse is divided in 2 sectors, for ambiental and controlled temperature areas, offering the possibility of keeping also food products. Logistic E Van Wijk’s focus is on clients from different industries, such as electro, food, retail, agro-business, marketing, constructions and many others, offering a wide range of services, from handling IN and OUT pallets, to picking, packing, foiling and the list can continue.
And last but not least, the office in Bucharest is managing an important part of transport business, such as international, regional, internal transport and distribution for the Romanian and European market.
Logistic E van Wijk is an European provider of integrated transport and logistics services, with an experience of 25 years in Romania.
“In Romania we have 400 employees, 185 trucks, 20,000 sqm of storage space in Bucharest, Cluj-Napoca and Arad. The expansion of our Bucharest operational center shows our commitment to the Romanian market. Together with P3 we will support our clients to develop their businesses”, Tudor Iuga, Branch Manager Logistic E van Wijk, stated.
P3 Bucharest currently comprises a total of 319,000 sqm in 12 warehouses. P3 will deliver 2 new buildings in P3 Bucharest park this year and is also looking to expand in Bucharest as well as central and western parts of the country.