MAY 12 2020
CONTERA PARK OSTRAVA CITY HAS LONG-TERM FULL OCCUPANCY
Contera Park Ostrava City has achieved 100% long-term capacity Recently, Contera extended its lease agreement with the largest furniture vendor in the world, Ikea, and with the worldwide leader in logistics services, DB Schencker, as well as roof covering and façade systems manufacturer Ruuki and Clinitex, a company that manufactures medical clothing.
The Company has signed long-term contracts with all of its clients. “We appreciate that even renowned and well established brands have again decided to link their fu-ture to us. We are entering into this complicated period that likely awaits us with reinforcement of our clients’ trust. Our portfolio is thus very stable and well balanced,” says Dušan Kastl, Partner and Executive Director of Contera.
Ikea has leased a site in Ostrava – Kunčičky with an area of 4,600 square metres since 2015. Extension of the contract, which was even achieved in this difficult peri-od, means that customers from Ostrava will continue to find the Swedish firm’s issu-ing warehouse in Contera Park Ostrava City. The world’s largest logistics services firm, DB Schencker, has been present for a year longer and has extended its lease agreement in Kunčičky for an area of nearly 9,000 square metres.
Clinitex, a supplier of medical clothing, which is currently very important for first-line healthcare workers, supplies its products to first responders including those in the Moravian Silesia region, and in addition to extending its agreement has also decided to expand its warehouse spaces.
“Cooperation with Contera has proven to be effec-tive for us in recent years. Even during this difficult time, we have been impressed by the opportunity to expand warehouse space, so that we can satisfy the growing de-mand for medical clothing,”
says Richard Kiovský, Technical Director of Clinitex.
In March at Contera Park Ostrava City, the firm VAS Solutions opened its new logis-tics centre with an area of 12,500 square metres, and additional facilities are cur-rently being constructed in Kunčičky for the firm Aludyne, with an approximate area of 5,500 square metres. The site consists of industrial spaces, which Aludyne will use to manufacture aluminium components for the automotive sector. They should be completed during June. This expansion will create a total of 350 new jobs.