Prologis Signs 16,000 Square Metre Agreement with Picnic in Rotterdam
AMSTERDAM (31 October, 2018) - Prologis, Inc., the global leader in logistics real estate, today announced that Prologis has signed an agreement of approx. 16,000 square meters with Picnic, a fast growing online supermarket in The Netherlands and Germany.
Prologis Eemhaven DC4 is a 16,000 square meter modern distribution facility. Online supermarket Picnic will lease the whole facility. Picnic will use Eemhaven DC4 for national distribution. Michiel Muller co-founder of Picnic: “In order to meet our strong growth ambitions in The Netherlands we need to scale up our distribution network faster than we expected. Prologis is a knowledgeable supplier being able to offer high-quality facilities.”
“The demand for high-quality logistics real estate remains high in the Benelux, and fast growing e-commerce customers like Picnic count on us to provide them flexibility of growth. We are proud we have signed the agreement with Picnic, a new customer of Prologis. It confirms our strong position on facilitating e-commerce related distribution activities”, said Marijn van den Heuvel, Director, Leasing Officer, Prologis Benelux.
Prologis Park Eemhaven is a multi-modal location in the Port of Rotterdam, directly adjacent to the A15 and A4 motorways, as well as the ECT and Uniport container terminals. The park is in close proximity to Rail Service Center Rotterdam and Rotterdam The Hague Airport. All customers in Prologis Park Eemhaven benefit from a direct connection to Rotterdam, Europe’s largest logistic and industrial hub. Prologis currently owns ten buildings at Prologis Eemhaven Park.
Picnic was advised by De Mik Bedrijfshuisvesting from Rotterdam and Prologis was advised by Cushman & Wakefield. De Mik Bedrijfshuisvesting has been responsible for the expansion of the Picnic Fulfillment centers in the Netherlands.
Prologis is a leading provider of logistics real estate in the Benelux, with approximately 2 million square meters of logistics and distribution space as of September 30, 2018.