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New logistics park planned in Košice

IMMORENT Delta, s.r.o., a company controlled by the Austrian firm Immorent International Holding GmbH, is planning to build a logistics park at a cost of Sk3.6 billion (€119.498 million) in the Košice district of Barca. The investment plan submitted by the company for its Environmental Impact Assessment states that the logistics and industrial zone would create almost 2,000 jobs, the SITA newswire wrote on November 13.

IMMORENT Delta, s.r.o., a company controlled by the Austrian firm Immorent International Holding GmbH, is planning to build a logistics park at a cost of Sk3.6 billion (€119.498 million) in the Košice district of Barca. The investment plan submitted by the company for its Environmental Impact Assessment states that the logistics and industrial zone would create almost 2,000 jobs, the SITA newswire wrote on November 13.

The park should cover an area of more than 638,000 square metres and will comprise seven adjustable, or so-called flexi-space, halls and two assembly halls of 143,000 square metres. The area for storage premises is planned to be 135,000 square metres. There would also be 34,000 square metres of administrative premises. The park would be used mainly for storing various commodities and serve the needs of light industry and the electro-technical and automotive sectors. The investor intends to commence construction in the first half of next year and complete the park in late 2012.


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