ELP comprises 170,000 m2 of built form over a 32 Hectare site. Construction permits are in place for phase 1 development totalling 80,000 m2 and construction will commence in spring 2010. Completed facilities will be available from late 2010.
The park will host a mix of spaces including ambient, cooled and refrigerated storage, plus light industrial buildings for businesses being forced by statute to decentralise from a heavily congested central Bucharest.
Other uses include retail outlets, a traveller's hotel, and a truckers' gas and services station.
ELP is the superior logistics site, being the closest point to Bucharest via open, modern, four lane highway to the free-zone in the port of Giurgiu, along the only land route from Central Eastern Europe to Bulgaria, Greece and Turkey.
The EU has designated the expansion and development of the Danube River as a priority transportation route. The Danube trends from Germany to central Eastern Europe, the Black Sea and Russia. As such, Giurgiu will become one of the major ports and ELP will become the major logistics site serving Bucharest from Giurgiu.
The proximity to the new planned airport just south of Adunati Copaceni makes this site the prime location for logistics in the whole of the region.
- Power supply
- Heating system
- Standby generator
- Light production