Madrid, 9 April 2018 - Prologis, Inc., the global leader in logistics real estate, today announced it has signed a lease agreement for a 10,600 square metre building at Prologis Park San Fernando with Airpharm, a leader in specialized logistics on an international scale and highly specialized in chemical and pharmaceutical products. This agreement marks 50 percent occupation of the 21,000 square metre building, leaving room for future customer expansion.
"Prologis Park San Fernando meets our needs perfectly, both in terms of quality and location," says Santiago Martí, General Director of Airpharm. "The building’s proximity to Madrid-Barajas Airport and its excellent services were key decision drivers, as well as the possibility to expand in the future".
The building is 15 minutes from the centre of Madrid and is directly connected to the M-50 ring road and the A2 motorway that links Madrid to Zaragoza and Barcelona. Built to the highest quality standards, the building also supports the most advanced technical and security features. In addition, Airpharm will invest in air conditioning and further adaptation to GDP standards, allowing it to offer services in line with their own standards.
Equipped with LED lighting
The building will be fully fitted with LED lighting, reducing electricity consumption by approximately 40 percent.
"Prologis Park San Fernando is a strategic enclave. It has excellent transport connections, modern and high-quality infrastructure and available human resources ," says Gustavo Cardozo, country manager, Prologis Iberia. "We are pleased that Airpharm will consolidate its operations with us at this prime location".
Real estate agency consultant Estrada & Partners advised this operation.
Prologis, Inc, is the global leader in logistics real estate. As of 31 December 2017, Prologis has completed investments, from a consolidated base or through unconsolidated joint ventures, in properties and development projects totalling approximately 684 million square feet (64 million metres squared) in 19 countries. The company rents modern distribution instillations to a base of approximately 5,000 clients corresponding to two main categories: business to business and retail/online.
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