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Mar 18, 2016
CBRE arranged the lease of warehouse for company Xpress Trans in the western part of the Prague city

The company Xpress Trans has become the first tenant of the newly constructed hall F in SEGRO Logistics Park Prague

Logistics company Xpress Trans approached CBRE again with a request to find optimal space in proximity to their current location. CBRE offered several options to Xpress Trans and they decided for the newly built hall F in SEGRO Logistics Park Prague.

"For us, this step is a significant shift in the development of our company. It's a result of hard work done by all employees and I am glad that after 5 years of operation of our company in the market, we can offer to our current and potential clients new storage spaces, which allow the expansion and significant streamlining of the existing portfolio of logistics solution, what we offer" states Ondřej Satrapa, Managing Director of Xpress Trans Ltd.

From the first contact to the final stage of the lease signing passed only 4 months. The company Xpress Trans leased 2.000 sq m of warehouse space and became the first tenant, who will start the operation in this spring.

"For us, this transaction represents a smaller, but very important step in the further development of the SLPP for several reasons. Xpress Trans is the first tenant in the newly constructed hall, which was built speculatively and also confirms suitability of our buildings not only for standard large units, but also for small units in size of ​​1,000 sq m – 2,500 sq m, " says David Plzák, Development Manager SEGRO CR


SEGRO is a UK Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT), and a leading owner, asset manager and developer of modern warehousing and light industrial property. It owns or manages 5.7 million square metres of space in £6.4 billion of assets (at 30 June 2015, SEGRO's share of which totals £5.2 billion), serving 1,200 customers from a wide range of industry sectors. Its properties are located around major conurbations and at key transportation hubs across eight European countries, principally in the UK, France, Germany and Poland.


(This is a translation of a press release from the Czech language)