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Prologis Achieves Full Occupancy at its Logistics Park in Barajas

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25 January 2018 – Mis Naves

Today, Prologis, Inc. announced that it has signed a rental agreement for 2,720 m2 with Alfil Logistics and a purchase agreement for 2,720 m2 with Transemer in the Prologis Park Barajas (Madrid). With these operations, the company has reached full occupancy at the logistics park.

Alfil Logistics, a logistics operator that provides services for consumer, food and drinks products; and Transemer, a company specialising in the transportation of goods, have chosen this park for its great location and direct connections with Madrid-Barajas Airport, which is located just 500 m away. Similarly, the park has an excellent communication network with direct access to the A-2 and M-11 highways, as well as to the M-30 and M-40 ring roads.

Prologis Park Barajas offers its clients numerous features, including a 24-hour surveillance service, an internal free height of 10 metres, 6 loading bays per module and a modern fire detection and extinction system.

“With these operations, we take the occupancy rate at Prologis Park Barajas to 100%. Our clients have immediate access to the Community of Madrid’s entire road network and the site is just 500m from Madrid-Barajas Airport”, said Gustavo Cardozo, Senior Vice-President of Prologis Iberia. “We are delighted that Alfil Logistics and Transemer have decided to strategically back our park in Barajas by consolidating their operations there”.

The real estate consultant CBRE and an independent agent have been responsible for advising these operations.

Original story: Mis Naves

Translation: Carmel Drake

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