Polish warehouse developer 7R has inked a deal to build a specialised facility at Warsaw Airport for Cefea, a company dedicated to the manufacturing, distribution and import of pharmaceutical products.
Financial details were not disclosed.
The 3,500 m2 bespoke asset is being constructed in the 7R City Flex Warsaw Airport I urban warehouse complex, 7R's three-unit scheme, with the tenant expected to move in during July.
The tenant will also occupy an additional 940 m2 of office space, with the property's structure allowing for an additional floor if necessary.
'Due to the expansion of our business, we are moving from our current location and will be more than quadrupling our current production area,' said Daniel Gralak, managing director at Cefea.
'A key advantage of 7R’s facilities is their proximity to our previous location, which will make the moving of our operations that much easier and will minimise any disruptions for employees and suppliers alike.'
The new Cefea centre will handle the packaging and repacking of medicinal products and clinical trials logistics. The company’s clients include the largest pharmaceutical and cosmetics companies in Poland, international firms in the parallel import market, and innovative pharmaceutical companies from the Far East, Cefea said.
'Cooperating within the BTS formula allows us to plan and implement a number of solutions at an early stage of development work, which will guarantee the standard required by the pharmaceutical industry,' said Maciej Krawiecki, head of leasing at 7R. 'Examples include rooms with rigorously controlled air temperatures of 15-20°C, as well as surfaces specifically designed for cold-chain manufacturing.'
Axi Immo advised Cefea during lease negotiations.