8 April 2019 – Press Release
INBISA Construcción completed the construction of logistics projects spanning 330,000 m2 in 2018, up by 80,000 m2 YoY, and has already handed over more than 110,000 m2 of completed logistics space so far this year.
The strong boost in the logistics sector across the country has contributed to the company’s growth, with operators in the retail and e-commerce sectors demanding much of the new space, especially in Madrid and Cataluña.
INBISA Construcción offers a complete service across all phases of the logistics process, from asset construction to property management, providing solutions to each one of its clients’ needs.
In recent months, the company completed the development of the Puerta Centro de Guadalajara industrial estate, an innovative logistics centre for Montepino Logística, a leading property developer in Spain in the development of turnkey projects, and Luís Simões, one of the country’s leading logistics operators.
Original story: Press Release
Translation/Summary: Carmel Drake
27 November 2018 – Eje Prime
Montepino is on a roll in Spain. The property developer, which specialises in turnkey solutions, has acquired a plot measuring 22,914 m2 on the Can Serra industrial estate in the town of Sant Esteve de Sesrovires, in a deal that represents its first operation in Cataluña.
With the purchase of this plot, for which Montepino has been advised by Cushman&Wakefield, the group will have the capacity to develop a warehouse for logistics or automotive use spanning more than 13,000 m2.
The land is located in a strategic enclave, close to Barcelona and with direct access to the AP-7 and A-2 motorways, which link the French border with Levante and Barcelona with the centre of the Peninsula.
“It is our first investment in Cataluña, where we expect to be able to expand our portfolio of properties with more projects of this kind to create one-off spaces that are fully adapted to the needs of our clients”, said Juan José Vera, Vice-President of Montepino Logística, in a statement.
Currently, the company is developing five projects in Madrid and Castilla-La Mancha, which span a combined surface area in terms of logistics space of more than 300,000 m2 and with an asset valuation that exceeds €300 million.
Original story: Eje Prime
Translation: Carmel Drake
8 August 2018
Montepino Logistica invested 17 million euros in a 14,040-square-meter logistics centre in Coslada.
The company Montepino Logística has completed construction on its cross-docking platform in the municipality of Coslada, Madrid. It is the largest cross-docking centre built in the last decade in Spain and will house Nacex, a company specialised in the priority courier services. The logistics centre will allow 120 vehicles to load or unload merchandise and documentation simultaneously. The platform has 104 loading and unloading docks for vans and vehicles, and ten docks for large trailers.
The cross-docking platform was the target of a 17-million-euro investment, which has a constructed area of 14,040 m2 on a plot of land measuring 23,400 m2. The main area is more than 10,000 m2 warehouse where the classification and distribution of goods will be carried out.
Inside, a loft was erected to take full advantage of the facility that will be used by Nacex. The property also has a two-story office block where administrative tasks will be carried out. “It is an innovative space that will permit storage time to remain almost non-existent. It presupposes a before and an after as far as cross-docking is concerned,” Juan José Vera, vice president of Montepino Logística, explained.
The construction was directed and developed entirely by Montepino Logística S.L and executed by the construction company Mariano Lopez Navarro S.L within a nine-month period. The platform is expected to be fully operational by the end of 2018 after the facility has been retrofitted with the needed high-tech machinery.
Original Story: Misnaves.es
Translation: Richard Turner
28 July 2018 – El Periódico
The Aragonese company Montepino Logística has started to build a new logistics platform on the Toledo Industrial Estate. The new facilities will have a surface area of almost 80,000 m2 on a plot measuring 135,000 m2. The construction work will involve an investment of €40 million and is expected to be completed during the first quarter of 2019.
Original story: El Periódico
Translation: Carmel Drake