A mature licensing proposal was submitted today and the business plan concerns an investment of 220 million euros for the development of the first Business Park in the area of Logistics
A complete dossier for the establishment and development of the Single Large Unit Business Park “Triasio Commodity Center” was submitted to the Ministry of Development and the General Secretariat of Industry.
According to a statement from the Ministry of Development, a mature licensing proposal was submitted today and the business plan concerns an investment of 220 million euros for the development of the first Business Park in the area of Logistics, with the following characteristics:
- 260,626 sq.m. warehouse
- 5,278 sq.m. supporting functions
- 42,000 sq.m. container handling areas with terminal and warehouse (container terminal)
- 7,250 m of asphalt roads for heavy vehicles
- 5,740 m of railway line
- 1,140 m of railway loading and unloading docks
- 165 outdoor parking spaces for large trucks
- 1,279 outdoor car parking spaces cars
- 385 places for large cargo vehicles
- Photovoltaic units of 10.20 MW capacity with 7MW storage system
The Minister of Development, Kostas Skrekas, said: “The first and most important step for the implementation of a flagship investment, amounting to 220 million euros in the field of Logistics, is made today with the submission of a mature licensing proposal. “Thriasio” will become the largest and first “smart”, “green” business park in SE Europe and one of the most modern in Europe. A project that will establish Greece as an international transit hub for Logistics, offering access to state-of-the-art digital infrastructure and innovative storage automation solutions. But also a project that will primarily contribute to the development of the Greek economy, by creating thousands of jobs”.
The managing director of “Triasio Commodity Center”, Vassilis Maglaras, said: “With its operation, the Thriasio Freight Center will become the vehicle for promoting Greece as a modern, international hub of Southeast Europe in the logistics sector. This is the second largest private investment in Attica, after Elliniko, which is implemented on a total area of 588,326 sq.m. In its final phase, THEK expects to have more than 265 acres of facilities, of which over 220,000 sq.m. they will concern multi-purpose ground floor spaces suitable for Logistics and light manufacturing. It is a project of which we are particularly proud, as it will be developed in modern and sustainable terms for society, the economy and the environment, in order to serve the development perspective of the country. We especially thank the political and administrative leadership of the Ministries of Development and Infrastructure and Transport who contributed the most towards the implementation of this emblematic investment”.
The Secretary General of Industry, Themis Eftychidou, stated: “This is an investment that the country needs to further consolidate its supply chain sector, and we, for our part, will do everything possible for its speedy licensing and implementation.”
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