Swedavia is developing a new centre for air cargo and logistics
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Posted: 2 May 2023 | International Airport Review | No comments yet
Stockholm Arlanda Airport will be the base for Swedavia’s Cargo City, a new centre for air cargo, logistics and manufacturing. The development will cover an impressive total of 144,400 m2.
Cargo City, a new centre for air cargo, logistics and manufacturing, is being developed in an area close to the terminals. CREDIT: SWEDAVIA
Stockholm Arlanda Airport is currently developing Cargo City, a new centre for air cargo, logistics and manufacturing. The centre is being developed in an area close to the terminals, with land for development covering a total of 144,400 m2. Swedavia is looking for one or more partners for a long-term joint venture.
Construction is in full swing at Stockholm Arlanda Airport. In the summer of 2023, a new security checkpoint will open in Terminal 5, and in the autumn the first step of new marketplace will open – the largest commercial investment ever at Arlanda.
But construction is also under way elsewhere at Arlanda. In the southwest section of the airport, Cargo City is taking shape. Situated one kilometre from Sweden’s largest airport and with good connectivity to road networks, it is an optimal location for companies that need efficient premises and facilities.
Swedavia’s Real Estate business segment is looking for one or more partners that want to work in partnership with Real Estate to develop land covering a total of about 144,400 m2 and with estimated building rights for a gross building area of about 58,000 m2. Swedavia sees great advantages in working together with one or more operators that have good skills and experience in property development with a focus on logistics and/or manufacturing. Real Estate is primarily looking for one or more partners for long-term work in one or more joint venture companies.
“The area around Arlanda has become one of the most important development areas for manufacturing and logistics in the Stockholm region. We think it is exciting that we can now offer this opportunity for collaboration and partnership on such a large area at Airport City Stockholm and look forward to many interesting business proposals,” says Stefan Stenberg, CEO of Swedavia Real Estate.
Air freight and cargo, Airport construction and design, Airport development, Economy