CTP, Europe's largest industrial and logistics property developer, has signed a 10-year lease with Polish cargo operator Morska Agencja Gdynia (MAG) for a space of 21,000 sqm at the CTPark Gdańsk Port logistics park in Poland. MAG will integrate its existing warehouse space into one location, optimizing its processes and operations. The park's strategic location between the Baltic Hub and the A1 motorway will facilitate logistics processes. The lease transaction was brokered by consultancy firm Newmark. The entire complex is expected to be operational by mid-2024.
FAQ: Major Polish Cargo Operator Selects CTPark Gdańsk Port as New HQ
Who is the major Polish cargo operator that selected CTPark Gdańsk Port for their new headquarters?
The major Polish cargo operator is Morska Agencja Gdynia (MAG).
What type of agreement did the Polish cargo operator enter into with CTPark Gdańsk Port?
Morska Agencja Gdynia entered into a 10-year logistics lease.
How large is the leased area at CTPark Gdańsk Port for the Polish cargo operator’s new headquarters?
The leased area totals 21,000 square meters.
When was the lease agreement for CTPark Gdańsk Port's new headquarters reported?
The news about the lease agreement was reported on November 27, 2023.
What is CTP in the context of CTPark Gdańsk Port?
CTP refers to the developer and manager of the CTPark network, which includes CTPark Gdańsk Port.
Is there any particular reason for selecting CTPark Gdańsk Port as the new HQ for the Polish cargo operator?
The specific reasons for selecting CTPark Gdańsk Port as the new HQ have not been provided in the information available. It's likely due to strategic location or specific facilities offered, but for detailed reasons, one would have to look into further details not provided in the summary.
Can the public access more detailed information about the lease agreement?
For more detailed information about the lease, interested parties may refer to the company's press releases or media coverage in the sources provided.
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