Immo Industry Group (IIG) announces that it has started construction works at three projects in Central Europe. They are a distribution warehouse for BMW and an assembly facility for ECI in Poland, and a production facility for TI Automotive in Slovakia.
The BMW project consists of a 15,200-m² warehousing and offices facility in Slubice, Western Poland, near the German border. Its strategic location is perfectly suited to the facility's intended use as a distribution center for car and motorbike spare parts and accessories for the Polish and German markets. It has excellent access to the E30, the main European route connecting Germany and Poland. IIG's in-house engineers delivered a solution that covers BMW's specific warehousing requirements and includes within the high quality proposal a 5,900-m² extension possibility to cater for anticipated growth in BMW's operations in the region. The BMW Group, which produces BMW, Mini and Rolls Royce cars and BMW motorbikes, has 23 production facilities in 13 countries.
Also in Poland, IIG started construction at its ECI project in Bielsko Biala, near Katowice in Southern Poland. IIG is building a production and warehousing facility for the global wire harness manufacturer. Due to stringent quality requirements demanded by ECI's blue chip clients, IIG's engineers ensured that the highest work floor standards would apply. The 10,700-m² facility can easily be expanded by another 3,500 m².
In another milestone, IIG and J&T have started construction works on the TI Automotive facility at the IIG-J&T Industrial Park Trnava. TI Automotive, a leading global automotive supplier, was drawn to the park because of its ideal strategic location, next to the PSA manufacturing plant and close to VW's Slovak production facility. "The new facility will save PSA tremendous logistic costs, as until now, our components have to be shipped from the Czech Republic," says Oliver Garaj, TI Automotive's Trnava plant manager. Mr Garaj points out that IIG-J&T perfectly translated his company's requirements into a very efficient design that accommodated TI Automotive's extension plans in advance.