The potential of the Italian market and its proximity to Southern European countries are two of the factors behind the choice of Italy for the next central hub. The new fulfilment hub will cover a logistic area of around 1,30,000 square metres, similar to the existing central hubs in Germany and Poland.
The construction work is expected to start in spring of the year 2018. Vailog, a real estate development and investment company specialised in logistics, will develop the fulfilment hub. (VM)
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