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In partnership with Faubourg Promotion, Rhenus is offering a 19,000 square metres warehouse in Montbartier, 40 minutes from Toulouse.
Certified BREEAM “Very Good” and equipped with a photovoltaic power plant, the Class A, next generation warehouse will be available mid-2025 for multi-user management.
“Located on 45,000 square metres of land in a joint development zone currently under development in Montbartier, the warehouse enjoys a strategic location at the intersection of the A62 and A20 motorways on the Paris-Barcelona and Bordeaux-Narbonne routes,” declared Chazli Baalbaki, Director of Development at Faubourg Promotion. A photovoltaic power plant for self-consumption covers the roof of the warehouse and the shading systems in the car park, which has 114 spaces for light duty vehicles, 24 of which are intended for charging electric cars. Equipped to collect rainwater, the site has a filtration basin and a detector system to manage lighting. The warehouse has 16 auto-docks and two ground-level access ramps. The standing height of 11.50 metres under the beams adds additional storage volume for large goods.
“This new warehouse can accommodate up to three distinct users for the storage and value-added services of dry goods in positive cold or controlled temperatures between +4°C and +18°C, depending on the needs of the future occupants,” declared Clément Marraud des Grottes, Business Development Director of Rhenus Logistics in France. “Convinced of the potential of the Toulouse area for the installation of a next generation logistics hub, we chose this warehouse in partnership with Faubourg Promotion and it is now being marketed to existing and prospective customers. As part of the Rhenus commitment to sustainable development, this BREEAM-certified ‘Very Good’ warehouse meets our criteria and those of our customers.”
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