Immo Industry Group (IIG), the pan-European logistics and industrial tailor-made real estate developer, has handed over the keys of a technically demanding facility in Poland. In Wysoka, IIG delivered a steel manufacturing facility to Stalobrex, an ArcelorMittal daughter company.
Stalobrex produces steel products for agricultural and roadwork machinery, forklift trucks and rail coaches. Its products are also widely used in other steel constructions such as bridges and drilling platforms. IIG developed the building in line with the concept of ArcelorMittal's project managers. They paid specific attention to the building's structure and floor, as Stalobrex will be using 11 overhead cranes at the facility for manipulating heavy structures of up to 16 tons over a distance of up to 100 m. Activities at the facility in Wysoka near Katowice include plasma and laser cutting, shot peening, grinding and flattening, through precision machining, bending, welding and painting.
The production floor has an 8,500-m² surface, with another 1,000 m² for offices and technical facilities. "The successfully completed Stalobrex facility confirms IIG's capability of developing and constructing technically highly demanding projects," IIG Poland General Manager Andr