Bucharest, Sector 6
Available : 2.400 - 15.500 m2
Available : 2.500 - 3.000 m2
NGB Distribution Center offers A-Class Warehouses from 1,000-10,000q.meters The property has private access to railway, ideal for distribution and logistic and production compani...
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