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Pinnacle becomes PointPark Properties

PINNACLE, a developer and operator of logistics parks has changed its name in Slovakia to PointPark Properties after it found out that its previous name was not directly associated with the development business, the Trend weekly reported in early September.

PINNACLE, a developer and operator of logistics parks has changed its name in Slovakia to PointPark Properties after it found out that its previous name was not directly associated with the development business, the Trend weekly reported in early September.

The company adopted its new name and logo to more clearly identify itself as a key player in the property market. The PointPark trademark is known in several European countries.

The company operates PointPark Bratislava in Slovakia at the D2 highway next to the Lozorno exit.

The company was launched in 2001 and is active in western, southern and central Europe. It operates 1.4 million square metres of warehouse capacities in 30 logistics centres.


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