Main HOPI warehouse to be built in P3 Mszczonów park
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Long-term owner and developer of European warehouse properties, P3, has signed a lease agreement with HOPI for approximately 33,910 sqm of warehouse and office space in the P3 Mszczonów park. The new building will serve as HOPI's central warehouse and HQ in Poland, according to a report by the Warsaw Business Journal.
"Recent quarters have shown how attractive Mszczonów is for companies which represent a variety of industries – at the beginning of last year, we opened a new central warehouse for PepsiCo there, which was followed by opening a sorting facility for InPost a few months later. The park has got an excellent location near the major motorways, which ensures fast transportation to every part of Poland. The warehouse for HOPI is going to be fully customized. We are glad to be able to participate in this way in the development of our business partner, who has decided to entrust P3 with the creation of its new main warehouse in Poland," Bartłomiej Hofman, Managing Director of P3 Logistic Parks in Poland, said.
HOPI is one of the largest logistics service providers in Central Europe, specializing in warehouse services, co-packing, and forwarding services for leading FMCG manufacturers and retail chains. HOPI leases warehouses in other parks that belong to P3, including in the Czech Republic and Romania.
"As a result of the dynamic development of our company, we need to provide our customers with newer and most modern services and logistics solutions, which require more space. P3 has met our expectations and proposed dedicated solutions. Moreover, Mszczonów is placed in a key location for us: close to Warsaw, and with easy and quick access to major cities in the region. A huge advantage of this place is its proximity to expressways and motorways, as they will enable us to efficiently distribute our products throughout the country," Robert Korczakowski, Managing Director of HOPI PL, said.
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