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Logistics parks sprout in Trenčín

THREE new logistics complexes will soon be constructed near Trenčín. Following two previously reported projects to be built in the villages of Chocholná-Velčice and Trenčianske Stankovce, a third logistics park has been announced in the area close to the village of Opatovce. Kupred, a Trenčín-based company, plans to construct a logistics park which will operate on both sides of the D1 highway, Obchod magazine reported in mid September.

THREE new logistics complexes will soon be constructed near Trenčín. Following two previously reported projects to be built in the villages of Chocholná-Velčice and Trenčianske Stankovce, a third logistics park has been announced in the area close to the village of Opatovce. Kupred, a Trenčín-based company, plans to construct a logistics park which will operate on both sides of the D1 highway, Obchod magazine reported in mid September.

The location of the newest park is about 3.5 kilometres from Trenčín and it will have a capacity of almost 40,000 square metres and parking for 480 vehicles. The investor plans to launch construction this year and it will be solely a logistics centre without any industrial production.

Another logistics park covering 40 hectares is underway in the vicinity of Chocholná-Velčice, only a few hundred metres away from the Kupred project. It will also be located along the D1 highway at the crossroad with the highway to Brno or Zvolen. This park plans five halls with a total rentable area of almost 150,000 square metres.

The third logistics facility, in Trenčianske Stankovce, plans to provide 12,000 to 15,000 square metres of storage capacity and almost 1,500 square metres of office space.


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