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The Czech industrial real estate market slows down, the reason being high rental prices

Compared to neighboring Poland or Slovakia, rent prices for industrial properties in the Czech Republic are up to a third higher. Combined with a very low vacancy rate and a small supply of premises that are immediately available, this often leads to a situation where tenants prefer to opt for a competitive offer from our neighbours. Gross realized demand thus reached the lowest level in 13 years in the 1st quarter of 2024. A total of 148,100 m2 of new space was added to the market during this period. The market is expected to reach 12 million m2 this year. This is according to the regular quarterly industrial real estate market published by Colliers, a leading provider of diversified professional services in commercial real estate and investment management.

Rohlig SUUS Logistics will open its first warehouse in Hungary. From the summer, it will also provide value-added services here

The Polish operator Rohlig SUUS Logistics will open its first warehouse in Hungary in mid-summer with an area of 7,000 square meters, namely in a logistics park near the international airport in Budapest. HelloParks Maglód's MG3 facility with an area of 45,000 square meters will support tenants' operations with flexible ecological features, efficient and cost-effective building management.

Bonami expands its operations and targeting the Italian market

The Czech retailer of furniture and household equipment Bonami is expanding to another market, this time to Italy. It is thus launching its operation in its first Western market. In the first phase, the company launches an e-shop, which will offer Italian customers a wide range, but also the possibility of returning any goods throughout the year.

Rohlík's Ostrava warehouse serves over 45,000 households. He plans automation in the future

The online food retailer Rohlik.cz opened a new distribution center in CTPark Ostrava Poruba last November. Currently, more than 45,000 households from Ostrava already shop at Rohlík, and further growth of 50% is expected. According to a statement for Systémy Logistiky, the online supermarket in the Ostrava warehouse is counting on the future deployment of a larger share of automation.

Industrial Research Forum: Vacancy rate up slightly, slowing demand hits market

The total supply of modern industrial premises in the 1st quarter of 2024 reached 11.87 million square meters. The demand for industrial premises slowed down, the gross realized demand reached only 160,400 square meters. At the end of the first quarter, almost 0.92 million square meters of industrial space was under construction in the Czech Republic. The vacancy rate increased by 28 basis points from the previous quarter to 2.0%. The average highest rent achieved in Prague remained stable at approximately EUR 7.50 - 7.70 per square meter per month.

Developer VGP saves thousands of tons of emissions. It improves the environmental performance of existing buildings and builds new sustainable properties

European owner, manager and developer of semi-industrial and logistics real estate VGP has published its annual report, including its 2023 Corporate Social Responsibility Report, which focuses on the group's continued achievements in sustainable development in line with the Paris Agreement. The VGP's GHG reduction targets have been endorsed internationally by the SBTi initiative. Last year, the VGP Group achieved significant savings of 2,054 tons of carbon dioxide emissions.

Dachser participates in global projects to protect the climate and support children. He has new events in the viewfinder

The international logistics provider Dachser, the climate protection organization myclimate and the children's rights protection organization terre des hommes have agreed on a long-term cooperation. Dachser and non-profit organizations around the world will jointly launch new projects in the field of climate protection and support for children and young people.

QR codes everywhere you look. How can they be effectively used in the construction industry?

QR codes are currently booming. You can find them practically everywhere: on information posters, advertising flyers and tickets to cultural events. In addition, a number of restaurants have started placing them on tables for contactless menus and payments during the covid-19 pandemic. Anyone who knows the use of QR codes from practice knows how fast it is to scan and retrieve information from them. Thanks to this, they have spread from customers to industries, including construction. Adam Heres Vostárek, an expert on the digitization of processes in the construction industry from the company PlanRadar, explains how this technology can be effectively used in construction and real estate management.
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