Prologis Fills up its Silesian Portfolio

WARSAW (10 April 2017) – Prologis, Inc., the global leader in logistics real estate, announced today that it signed three lease agreements totalling 57,700 square metres at its parks in Silesia.

Details of the lease agreements are as follows:

  • 44,600 square metre renewal at Prologis Park Dąbrowa with DHL, part of the world’s leading postal and logistics company Deutsche Post DHL Group.
  • 9,300 square metre new lease at Prologis Park Będzin II with Polonia Logistyka, a Polish supplier of high-quality logistical services in Europe. The company now occupies 18,800 square metres at Prologis Park Będzin II. Renthis Estate facilitated the transaction.
  • 3,800 square metre new lease at Prologis Park Chorzów with Moto Profil, the leading importer and distributor of automotive spare parts and accessories in Poland. The company now occupies 36,800 square metres at Prologis Park Chorzów. Colliers International facilitated the transaction.

“With demand for space in Silesia on the rise, our customers remain laser-focused on selecting facilities in the right location. I am pleased to report that the occupancy of Prologis parks totalling 500,000 square metres in the Silesian region is 96 percent, 20 basis points above market average,” said Piotr Brycki, leasing manager, Prologis Poland.

All four of Prologis’ parks in Silesia (Dąbrowa Górnicza, Chorzów, Gliwice and Będzin) benefit from excellent transport links, including the A4 motorway, and easy access to the local labour pool and end consumers.

With its active engagement in four CEE countries and a portfolio totalling 4.5 million square metres, Prologis is the leading provider of distribution facilities in Central and Eastern Europe (as of December 31, 2016).


Prologis, Inc. is the global leader in industrial real estate. As of September 30, 2015, Prologis owned or had investments in, on a wholly owned basis or through co-investment ventures, properties and development projects expected to total approximately 670 million square feet (62 million square meters) in 21 countries. The company leases modern distribution facilities to more than 5,200 customers, including third-party logistics providers, transportation companies, retailers and manufacturers.


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Marta Tęsiorowska
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