The women’s lingerie manufacturer Agio Milano has decided to let 800 sq m of warehouse space in a private investment located near Ożarów Mazowiecki. AXI IMMO was responsible for negotiations on behalf of the tenant.
Agio Milano is a producer and distributor of exclusive lingerie collections for women. The brand creates products inspired by global trends, selecting high-quality materials from Poland and abroad. The company has been operating on the Polish fashion market for over 10 years.
„We constantly improve our products and services, which increases the range of our logistics operations. This process requires introducing additional operations, among other things, with the shipment of goods to European Union countries. Due to employees’ access, we decided to rent the warehouse relatively close to our previous location” says Jacek Kosmulski, CEO of Agio Milano.
“The new warehouse space for Agio Milano is primarily intended to provide additional storage space for finished materials collected from the sewing room. The location is also to act as a central warehouse, in addition, the company will carry out logistics operations to retail stores located throughout Poland,” adds Paweł Bułajewski, Consultant, Industrial & Logistics, AXI IMMO.
Ożarów Mazowiecki is a steady and well-recognized logistic market that is part of the Municipalities of the Metropolitan Area of Warsaw – Warsaw West County, which is located in Warsaw Zone II, with a range of 15 to 30 km from the centre of Warsaw. This fact enables employees to use Warsaw Public Transport.
Ożarów Mazowiecki is one of the first locations for distribution, logistics and production companies, only 15 minutes from the border of Warsaw. Before the opening of the A2 motorway, this market was chosen by large logistics companies, while today warehouses in Ożarów Mazowiecki are a good base for medium-sized tenants focused on distribution in the Warsaw agglomeration region and in the western direction of Poland. In recent years, investment funds and well-known developers, including DWS, CBRE GI, Panattoni and Segro have invested here in expanding their warehouse portfolio.