Goodman exceeds milestone of delivering more than 1 million sqm of logistics space in Poland
Goodman Group, the real estate group that owns, develops and manages logistics property worldwide, is expanding its presence at Trade Port North Venlo with a new logistics development of 19.192 sqm. The development of the new, flexible logistics property is Goodman’s sixth project in Venlo, which was named The Netherland’s top logistics hotspot for cross-border e-commerce fulfilment.
Today, Goodman, a global leading owner, developer and manager of logistics real estate, together with its customer, leading international fashion company Esprit, celebrated the inauguration of an 80,000 sqm logistics centre in Mönchengladbach, Germany. Goodman developed the new facility as an expansion of the existing 53,000 sqm property occupied by Esprit and operated by the Fiege Group. As one of the largest fashion logistics centres in Germany, the expanded facility will be used to supply Esprit’s own stores and wholesale customers across Europe.
Goodman Group, a global leading owner, developer and manager of industrial real estate, announces the development of a 17,000 sqm logistics centre in the Berlin East Freienbrink Freight Village for GLX Global Logistics Services GmbH. Of this, the logistics service provider is initially managing 12,000 sqm for GLX’s customer Knorr-Bremse, the world’s leading manufacturer of braking systems for rail and commercial vehicles. The handover of the property is scheduled for May 2017 and the customer has the opportunity to expand the facility by 5,000 sqm.
Goodman is pleased to announce DB Schenker as a new customer into its logistics centre in Großbeeren, 12 km from Berlin city centre, occupying 10,500 sqm, .. In total, the Goodman logistics centre in the Berlin South Großbeeren freight village comprises 34,000 sqm, divided into four units. A further 9,000 sqm of high-quality logistics space is available for immediate lease in the facility. The Großbeeren scheme records high customer interest due to the scarcity of suitable properties in the region.