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New logistics centre in Zavar Industrial Park

HB Reavis Management Banská Bystrica will build an industrial and logistics centre worth approximately Sk6.7 billion near the town of Trnava, in western Slovakia. The investor predicts that the centre will create 960 new jobs, company spokeswoman Želmíra Rácová told SITA.

HB Reavis Management Banská Bystrica will build an industrial and logistics centre worth approximately Sk6.7 billion near the town of Trnava, in western Slovakia. The investor predicts that the centre will create 960 new jobs, company spokeswoman Želmíra Rácová told SITA.

The project's objective is to build an industrial and logistics centre and provide services within the Zavar Industrial Park, currently under construction, and adjacent industrial premises. The investor plans to start construction this year and complete it by the end of 2009.

The centre should have an area of 257,000 square metres. According to the investor, the proximity of the PSA Peugeot Citroen car plant, the railway and good accessibility by highway were decisive factors for location of the construction.

HB Reavis Management is the general construction contractor for the real estate developer HB Reavis Group.

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