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Tchibo expands in Cheb

Alex Hayes 07 September 2017

Alex Hayes

Journalist

+48 22 356 25 20
alex.hayes@eurobuildcee.com

Alexander Hayes is currently working as a journalist for Eurobuild Central & Eastern Europe magazine. Originally from the UK, he moved to Poland in 1995 and has been working in real estate for over four years. He has a BA in english literature from the University of Buckingham.

Tchibo expands in Cheb
Cheb now has the second largest logistics hall in the Czech Republic
CZECH REPUBLIC After completion of the second part of the construction in Panattoni Park Cheb, Tchibo has opened an expanded distribution centre for its online store.

The leasable space increased from 39,000 sqm to 73,000 sqm. This means that Cheb now has the second largest logistics hall in the Czech Republic and Tchibo’s largest distribution centre in Central and Eastern Europe. Operations of the first part of the building commenced on December 2nd last year and the site these days just dispatched its millionth parcel. Total investment in the centre comes to CZK 1.6 bln (app. EUR 61 mln).

“The best news for Czech customers is the significant shortening of delivery times. While from Bremen goods reached them in 4-6 days, from Cheb they will arrive in 1-3 days. The Cheb distribution centre currently supplies not only the Czech market, but also the Slovak, Polish, Hungarian, Austrian, Swiss and South German markets. On average we now send 25,000 consignments a day,” said Tchibo Praha’s general manager Richard Hodul.

“I really appreciate that a leading retail chain chose to build its large distribution centre in Cheb, which has extraordinarily good transport links to Germany. After the completion of the second phase, the building becomes the second largest logistics hall in the Czech Republic and the Cheb industrial zone is well on its way to becoming the largest industrial park in Central Europe,” said Pavel Sovička, the managing director of Panattoni Europe for the Czech Republic and Slovakia.

The Cheb industrial zone currently occupies around 40 ha and the total number of employees is now approaching 3,000. Thanks to the rapid arrival of new investors in the last two years, Panattoni Park Cheb has become the fastest growing industrial park in Central Europe.


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