Inbisa Completes Expansion of Dr. Schär Plant in Zaragoza

31 January 2018 – Eje Prime

Inbisa is fattening up its portfolio of projects for the food industry. The Basque construction group has completed a 5,000 m2 expansion of the Dr. Schär plant in Zaragoza. It has invested €3 million in the project in total over the different phases of construction.

The work to renovate the complex, located on the ‘La Ciruela’ Industrial Estate, in the town of Alagón, has taken 17 months. The total investment undertaken by the European company, which specialises in the manufacture of gluten-free food, in this industrial project has amounted to €12 million.

The expansion of the Dr. Schär factory has involved increasing the surface area of the plant by 2,600 m2 to allow the multinational firm to install a new bread production line, as well as the renovation of an adjoining warehouse, measuring 2,400 m2, for the storage of finished products.

Following the renovation of the industrial complex, the facilities have seen an increase in their constructed surface area to 10,550 m2, on an urbanised plot measuring 13,500 m2.

With this project, Inbisa is strengthening its portfolio of developments in the agri-food industrial segment, in which it has previously undertaken construction projects with the company Ogimahaia, in Salvatierra (Álava), and with Panusa, in Astillero (Cantabria).

Original story: Eje Prime

Translation: Carmel Drake

Parc Sagunt Formalises Sale Of 3 Plots For €3M

17 November 2017 – La Vanguardia

The Parc Sagunt Business Park has formalised the sale of three plots of land to the companies Gourmet Potato, Ecología y Protección Agrícola and Inmo Arnedo, for an amount approaching €3 million.

With these operations, more than 800,000 m2 of land has now been sold in this business park. The deadline for the presentation of offers for the 14 plots dedicated to industrial and logistics use measuring between 8,500 m2 and 50,000 m2 finalises on 13 December.

The companies that have acquired the plots in question are: Gourmet Potato from the food industry, with a plot measuring 16,100 m2; and Ecología y Protección Agrícola, with a technological base, dedicated to the development and manufacture of phytosanitary products based on bio-rational pest control techniques, which has acquired a plot measuring 8,348 m2.

The other plot has been acquired by Inmo Arnedo, which operates in the logistics sector. It will pay a monthly fee for 35 years for the surface area rights with the option to buy the plot measuring 31,618 m2.

The first phase of Parc Sagunt comprises more than 3 million m2 managed by a joint venture between the Government and the Generalitat for the comprehensive development and sustainability of the park.

Original story: La Vanguardia

Translation: Carmel Drake