Friday, 18 October 2019
Distritec, a French logistics organisation,has signed a 12,750sqm at Goodman’s new Val d’Europe logistics centre. They have chosen this site featuring high-end services, to support the strong growth of its business. Today, Goodman inaugurates this unique building in the company of customers, partners and local dignitaries.
Distritec, specialises in value-added logistics and transportation, has been providing high-value-added services for handling sensitive goods to all sectors for over 25 years. These include packaging returns, commissioning and end-user training.
Driven by consistent and sustained growth since its creation (€45m turnover in 2018, more than €50M forecasted for 2019 and almost 400 employees), Distritec needed to expand its logistics capabilities with a new presence in the Parisian region.
Drawn to the high quality benefits of the logistics centre Goodman Val d’Europe in Bailly-Romainvilliers (department 77), Distritec leased two units with a total area of 12,000 sqm. Distritec will also benefit from a luxury 750 sqm office – in an all-wood structure which is open to the outside via full-height glass windows – topped with a roof terrace offering a superior amenity space.
Val d’Europe logistics centre is a sustainable and environmentally friendly site, a building that benefits from the latest technologies to optimise energy performance and welcoming green spaces.
Radé Jovic, President of Distritec, commented, “Goodman’s Val d’Europe logistics centre brings us the additional logistics capabilities we’ve been looking for along for our clients, with an exceptional working environment. Its top-of-the-range services offer our client’s collaborators present onsite and our teams a very comfortable working and living environment, while confirming our high-level brand image. When you also consider its ideal location on Paris’s doorstep, with immediate access to the principal motorways and TGV / RER stations, we might say that we have found the perfect site for supporting and accelerating our growth.”
Benoit Chappey, Development Director at Goodman France, commented, “Goodman’s Val d’Europe site, , offers high-quality features that have led the way for a new type of logistics centre. Even before it was built, it was attracting the interest of customers seeking modern, quality logistics space that would be valued by their employees and brand image. Following Sunclear, which took possession of 18,550 sqm this summer, we are delighted to be welcoming Distritec today.”
CBRE advised Sunclear and EOL advised Distritec.