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The lack of people in logistics will be solved by process automation

Czech companies in the field of logistics are most troubled by the pressure on labor productivity and the lack of manpower. But they are deterred from investing in automation, which has the potential to address these issues, due to the complexity of implementing systems and high acquisition costs. PERI Česká republika convinced them that this is not the case.

The new warehouse in Dašice for half a billion Czech crowns is controlled using induction

The company MD logistika puts into operation its largest warehouse for dry goods. The hall for 40,000 pallet places uses technology controlled by induction for storage. The construction of the warehouse represents an investment of close to half a billion crowns for the company. Almost three quarters of the area will be used by Jusda Europe for consumer electronics and components for the automotive industry. The warehouse was built by the Marhold construction company from Pardubice in one year.

CTP and ČEZ Esco are installing photovoltaic power plants on the roofs of logistics halls

The companies CTP and ČEZ Esco have started strategic cooperation in the field of energy and renewable resources. In the following years, they intend to equip the roofs of selected CTParks with photovoltaic power plants. They have already installed the first joint photovoltaic system with a capacity of 2 MW in CTPark Prague East in Nupaky near Prague on the roofs of the halls of the logistics company Raben. Trial operation of this photovoltaic system is currently underway. New power plants are also being built in CT Parks in Chrášťany, Hradec Králové, Brno, Ostrava or Cerhovice.

Colliers: Despite the construction boom, there remains a shortage of industrial properties

The Czech industrial real estate market is experiencing a major boom in construction activity in 2023. Although more than 1.5 million m2 are currently under construction, there are few newly completed projects and the vacancy rate remains below 2%. The total supply of modern industrial premises in the Czech Republic increased by only 182,200 m2 during the 3rd quarter of 2023 and amounted to 11.44 million m2 at the end of September. Rents have stabilized after rocketing growth over the last three years and at the end of September they ranged between 7.50 - 7.70 euros per m2 per month for warehouse and 9.50 - 12.50 euros per m2 per month for office space. That's according to a survey by Colliers, a leading provider of diversified professional services in commercial real estate and investment management.

Logicor starts the construction of a logistics complex in Příšovice near Turnovo

Industrial developer Logicor has started the construction of its first regional logistics park in the Czech Republic. The brownfield site in Příšovice is located near the transport networks connecting Prague and Liberec, and now the company will build two warehouses with an area of 20,000 square meters here as part of the first stage. One of the buildings will be ready for cross-dock operations. Completion of the first phase of the Logicor Příšovice complex is scheduled for mid-2024.

Kaufland plans to install a large photovoltaic power plant on the roof of the distribution center in Modletice

The Kaufland chain has announced that it intends to install a large photovoltaic power plant on the roof of its distribution center in Modletice near Prague. It will have an output of 2.2 MWp and is to be installed during 2025.

Dachser is expanding its operations in VGP Park České Budějovice

Logistics provider Dachser Czech Republic has started operations in a new warehouse in VGP Park České Budějovice, which is located in the Světlík industrial zone on the outskirts of the South Bohemian metropolis. The 14,000 square meter building is tailored to the needs of local customers and allows for the storage of 25,000 pallets. In this branch, Dachser will provide contract logistics services, including transport by collection service. 35 new jobs will also be created here.

Amazon's distribution center in Kojetín received BREEAM New Construction certification at the Outstanding level

The building, which is rented by Amazon in Panattoni Park Kojetín, received the highest level of sustainability assessment according to BREEAM New Construction at the Outstanding level. With its floor area of 187,000 square meters, the robotic distribution center thus became the largest building with this level of certification in the Czech Republic. The developer of the project is the company Panattoni, the investor is the Accolade group.
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