A multimodal complex near Brno Airport welcomes another tenant. The 38,000 m2 building is now occupied by Marmon Foodservice Manufacturing, a leading manufacturer of refrigeration equipment for gastronomy with a 70-year tradition. Marmon moves its production from Germany and due to Brexit from Great Britain as well to a strategically located and excellently technologically equipped park and joins love brands such as Coca Cola, Zásilkovna, Sinclair, and Okay. The new premises were built by the developer Panattoni.
„We are thrilled with all the newly constructed facility has to offer us, including its central European location and surrounding infrastructure. However, I view this as much more than a right place at the right time equation. This facility provides us with key enablers to take the next step in continuing to deliver operational excellence to the markets. With our longstanding, successful history and worldwide product reach within the foodservice industry, this facility is an investment into each of our customers and partners,“ said Evan Pantaleo, Managing Director, Marmon Foodservice Manufacturing EMEA. Among other things, Marmon Foodservice Technologies manufactures popular equipment for so-called postmixes.
„I am pleased that the Brno park, which is dominated by logistics, welcomed also an assemblage of the final product a product that we are familiar with, at least from before the pandemic began. The prestigious American company Marmon will use the venue for the construction of assembling cooling equipment for tapping beer and soft drinks or various water dispenser. Thanks to suitable prepared space, we were able to quickly offer the company an ideal solution with a sufficient capacity of offices," says Pavel Sovička, Managing Director of Panattoni for the Czech Republic and Slovakia, which is in the charge of the construction.
„The agreement between Marmon and Panattoni is a great example of finding a suitable location at the right time. The complex meets all the tenant’s needs, including location, size, layout, the timing of the lease, the flexibility of the landlord, and the potential of a skilled workforce. We are happy that we were able to support the tenant in searching for a suitable location," added Chris LaRue, Director, and Head of the industrial agency Savills CZ&SK, which mediated the lease of the building to its client Marmon Food.