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Mountpark Invests €70M in a New Logistics Project in Illescas

The joint venture between USAA Realco and Mountpark is building an 86,200-square-metre warehouse on the Iberum Central Platform in Illescas (Toledo).

The logistics company Mountpark, controlled by the firms USAA Realco-Europe Holdco and Mountpark, has announced an investment of €70 million to launch a new logistics project called Mountpark Illescas I, located in the town of Illescas (Toledo). “Over the last 2 years we have been buying up land from various owners and now we have enough space to build an XXL warehouse,” explains John Derweduwe, Director of Mountpark for Spain and Portugal, speaking to

The project will comprise a warehouse spanning 86,200 square metres on the Iberum Central Platform distribution park, which is located in one of the main industrial corridors of the Spanish market, 35 kilometres from Madrid. The warehouse, which will have a free height of 12 metres and 143 loading docks, has been designed to obtain an “Excellent” BREEAM sustainability certificate. In this way, it will have a roof equipped with photovoltaic panels that, together with a battery system, will generate renewable energy for night shifts.

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