Logistics company Maurice Ward enters Panattoni Park Pilsen West

The transformation of the Pilsen region into the industrial heart of Central Europe continues. At Nýřany, the developer Panattoni Europe handed over the second half of the newly completed 13,000 sqm hall to the logistics company Maurice Ward. The first part of the building was recently provided to the automotive interior manufacturer International Automotive Components (IAC). Panattoni Park Pilsen West is experiencing a big boom, with 4 new tenants coming in the course of just one year. In addition, Panattoni Europe is preparing the construction of another building with 16,000 sqm.

“It seems that the most requested value for the current Czech industry is strict adherence to the famous scout motto ‘be prepared’. With regard to Maurice Ward, we were in the right place at the right time. Special thanks go to our general supllier Kajima Czech Design and Construction for adjusting the premises according to our new client in short time,” says Pavel Sovička, Panattoni Europe’s Managing Director for the Czech Republic and Slovakia.

“We wanted to avoid construction and waiting for new premises. Panattoni Europe offered us an almost ready-made solution in record time, so we will be able to start operation of a new warehouse very quickly, which will help optimise distribution processes,” says Jiří Bárta, Maurice Ward’s Logistics Director.

Panattoni Park Pilsen West benefits from the availability of skilled workforce and an excellent transport infrastructure with a direct connection to the European motorway and rail network. The industrial zone is home to renowned foreign companies such as Trost, Faurecia, Sony, IAC and Alutech. The capacity of this attractive park is almost exhausted, with a 16,000 sqm building being built as the last.