Panattoni Europe is an industrial space developer. Since establishing a presence in Europe in 2005, we have developed in Poland projects totalling in excess of 8.5 million square metres. As early as 2006, six months after opening our office, we set an industry record in warehouse space lease – with 52,000 sqm for H&M at Panattoni Park Poznań I. Subsequent years brought new leases and new own parks developed in and around Poznań, Bielsko-Biała, Teresin, as well as Wrocław. Then another record was set – in 2008, we signed the largest lease yet to build 56,000 sqm for Leroy-Merlin at Panattoni Park Stryków, breaking our own record from two years earlier. We maintained our leading position despite the worldwide crisis, establishing a new structure within our ranks, BTS Group, in 2008, only to announce a new 57,000-square-metre development for Tesco in 2010. We have also initiated a new trend for developing production facilities outside of own parks at Special Economic Zones – for instance building a factory for Bosch (formerly Zelmer). Finally in 2014 we signed a massive lease to build 246,000 sqm for Amazon in two locations – near Poznań and Wrocław, managing to complete the development in a record time, too.
Our goal is to support local business by delivering multi-purpose warehouse and production buildings suited to various needs. To grow our operations, we buy land in the most strategic locations nationwide. We act as advisers at every step of the investment process.
We offer industrial and warehouse space with office facilities. We specialise in build-to-suit (BTS) projects – tailored to the needs of an individual client. In our portfolio of completed logistics parks there are also spaces available for immediate lease throughout Poland.
As a facilities manager, we provide a comprehensive service in administration and operations, including: round-the-clock security service, utilities accounting and billing, technical maintenance and enhancing the visual appearance of the parks.
Panattoni’s customers include such global brands as: Amazon, Avon, Bertelsmann, Castorama, CAT Logistics, CEVA, Coca-Cola, Coty Cosmetics, Dachser, DSV, Flextronics, Gefco, H&M, Intermarche, Lear Corporation, Leroy Merlin, Raben, ND Logistics, Orsay, Polaris, Sauer Danfoss, Schenker, Tesco, UPC, Wincanton and Zelmer (now Bosch).