We are the largest industrial real estate developer in Europe
We are the leading industrial specialist in Poland. During the 17 years of our operations in Poland we have built over 10.8 million sqm of industrial space.
2 mln m²
built in 2021 in Poland
10.8 mln m²
in total constructed in Poland
green energy produced
101 mln m²
under construction in Poland
Panattoni becomes a partner of the Responsible Business Forum
European industrial real estate market leader Panattoni has become a partner of the Responsible Business Forum (Forum Odpowiedzialnego Biznesu) – the largest organisation in Poland for the promotion of sustainable development. Panattoni has been developing its green construction services for many years, supporting local communities and cooperating with non-governmental organisations. The company is at the forefront of these positive changes in the industrial real estate sector.
Panattoni has started the construction of the first logistics hub for Hermes Fulfilment
European industrial real estate market leader Panattoni has started the construction of the first Polish logistics centre for Hermes Fulfilment. The investment is being built in Iłowa in Western Poland. The 150,000 sqm project will be one of Hermes’ largest hubs in Europe and is to provide employment for around 1,900 people.
Panattoni is now the main sponsor of Poland’s top golfer – Adrian Meronk
European industrial real estate leader Panattoni has become the official sponsor of Adrian Meronk, Poland’s highest-ranked golfer. The sponsorship is aimed at supporting the international career of the player, as well as promoting golf in Poland.
Panattoni awarded BREEAM Excellent for BTS DHL Supply Chain in Żerniki near Poznań – over 5 million sqm now certified in Poland
European industrial real estate market leader Panattoni has been awarded its second BREEAM certificate with a rating of ‘Excellent’ this year, the fourth such certificate to be issued in Poland.
“Go Earthwise with Panattoni” is our watchword
We have delivered the most accredited sustainable industrial space across Europe and are seeking to achieve carbon emission neutrality in our developments by 2025.