Operator Logistyczny Paliw Płynnych Sp. z o.o. (OLPP) joined the group of tenants in the Warsaw office owned by Polski Holding Nieruchomości, that is Intraco City. The company will move into the office of the size amounting to 2500 sq. m at the beginning of October this year. We are pleased to inform you about concluding a lease contract concerning office space with Operator Logistyczny Paliw Płynnych Sp. z o.o., according to which OLPP will occupy more than 10 per cent of the total leased area in Intraco City. We concluded this contract with our new tenant for the period of 5 years and we are really glad about the interest in Intraco City as well as cooperation with companies and participation of the Treasury. Hence, we are implementing plans of the new Management Board announced in March this year, which concern intensification of sale and successive increase of rented areas – says Maciej Jankiewicz, Chairman of the Board of Polski Holding Nieruchomości SA.
Moreover, PERN SA will also move into Intraco City. The company will occupy around 170 sq. m of office space in the building. Change of location of offices owned by our companies is related to the strategy of Grupa Kapitałowa, which aims at increasing effectiveness of actions, e.g. by optimization of lease costs. Here we managed to cut lease costs of office space and maintain attractive location of the building – says Igor Wasilewski, Chairman of the Board of PERN SA.
Intraco City is situated at Stawki 2 Street in close neighborhood of Dworzec Gdański metro station. The building operates within the brand "CITY" of Polski Holding Nieruchomości, which includes the most desired structures by tenants of office areas.
OLPP Sp. z o.o. owned by PERN Capital Group specializes in warehousing and transshipment of fuel, warehousing of stores and reserves of petroleum products as well as dosing of biocomponents and additives.
PERN SA is a leading company of PERN Capital Group and the country leader of oil-burning logistics. It is engaged in exploitation of chain of pipelines, which transport oil for the biggest producers of fuel in Poland and Germany.