P3 will build its first logistics park in eastern Slovakia

1,500 workers are expected to find jobs in the new park.

A visualition of the new industrial and logistics park in Nová Polhora, near KošiceA visualition of the new industrial and logistics park in Nová Polhora, near Košice (Source: P3 Logistic Parks)

A new industrial and logistics opportunity has landed in eastern Slovakia, which is designed to bring 1,500 jobs to people living in the Košice and Prešov Regions.

The international developer, P3 Logistics Parks, decided to extend its activities and build a modern industrial and logistics park in Nová Polhora, near Košice.

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“It is a region that has high potential for growth and economic development,” P3 Logistic Parks Slovakia head Peter Jánoši said, as quoted in the press release, “not only for its extending road infrastructure but also due to the presence of industries, services, trade, and an available labour force of high quality.”

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