DLH Deutsche Logistik Holding – „Rail Log Park“


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Deutsche Logistik Holding (DLH) is one of the leading logistics developers in Europe. Most recently, the company had acquired six hectares of land in Federaun. This is the first part of the completion of the Logistik Center Austria Süd, which consists of areas in Fürnitz and Federaun. The area is closely related to the Baltic-Adriatic axis, one of the major European railway corridors. The aim is the optimal, environmentally-friendly transfer of freight traffic from road to rail in combination with regional added value.

32,000 square meters of logistics space are to be created.

The “Rail Log Park” is geared towards the best possible use of the railway. Emission-free transport is an important building block. Not everything will be feasible by train. However, it is crucial to make logistics as “green as possible”.

The connection of the new halls to the regional district heating network, the installation of photovoltaic areas on the roof and the preservation of 25 percent of the acquired area as green space as well as the orientation towards the railway should make the Rail Log Park a showcase project.

Construction of the Rail Log Park could start in late 2023, with completion scheduled for early 2025. The prerequisite for this is the completion of all necessary official procedures.

If you are interested in the planned property, please contact our Inter|National Investor Service:

Mag. Natascha Zmerzlikar, MAS (zmerzlikar@lca-sued.at or +43 4257-20610-13)


About DLH:

DLH develops and implements a wide range of flexible storage, industrial and production spaces that are made available at high-quality locations. From smaller units to medium and larger premises. DLH is a subsidiary of the Real Estate division of the Zech Group, which focuses on the development and realization of logistics real estate. The Zech Group is a strategic management holding company that combines three business areas with operational management companies. The operating companies in the building, real estate and hotel sectors are highly productive and diverse.

For more information, visit: www.dlh-realestate.com