Tenant Wanted for the New Reefer Warehouse at the Zaule Canal in the Port of Trieste
The urban and infrastructural redevelopment project of the entire area may involve both rail transport and the use of the docks for the direct unloading of containers.
After the first information on the change of ownership and on the project to build a new reefer warehouse emerged last July, the search for a tenant for the future multi-temperature refrigerated warehouse of approximately 25,000 square meters which will be built in the port of Trieste along the Zaule canal is now underway.
The real estate brokerage company Cbre has in fact announced that it has received the mandate for the exclusive marketing of the logistics asset following an assignment received from Savills Investment Management Sgr, in its capacity as management company of the investment fund called Italian Logistics Fund 2 which is headed by Angelo Gordon and Bell Group.
A note explains that "the logistics development, which is in the construction phase and will be operational by the end of 2024, involves the construction of a multi-temperature refrigerated warehouse of approximately 25,000 square meters designed according to the most modern technological and sustainability standards, will allow the management of storage spaces up to -28° mainly intended for the storage of frozen and fresh food products. The new logistics complex will be equipped with 28 loading bays and a car park at its entrance which can accommodate up to 15 truck spaces and about forty cars". This real estate asset will guarantee easy loading and unloading operations of goods thanks to the proximity of the New Flyover which connects Trieste with the major centers of Northern Italy, Central and Eastern Europe and the nearby intermodal infrastructures.
“I am sure that this logistics solution will be a product much appreciated by the market, both by manufacturing and food companies and by 3PLs” declared Alessandro Petruzzi, Head of industrial & logistics of Cbre Italy.
Finally, CBRE specifies that "the creation of this rare logistical development within the port of Trieste is part of a broader urban and infrastructural redevelopment project of the entire area, which may involve both rail transport and the use of the docks for the direct unloading of containers".