The Hamburg-South Logistics Centre is located in the south of the Hamburg metropolitan region in the municipality of Bispingen directly on the A7 motorway, the central traffic artery across Germany, which connects the Scandinavian region with the south.
With this excellent connection, not only the port of Hamburg, but also Bremen, Hanover and Wolfsburg are easily accessible.
In addition, the location is connected to the local public transport system via the bus stop of the bus line 154.
Dreisatzweg / Gauscher Bogen
SITE & BUILDING SPECS
|Total Size of Property||39,831 SQ M
(428,737 SQ FT)
|Warehouse||17,224 SQ M
(185,398 SQ FT)
|Mezzanine||1,834 SQ M
(19,741 SQ FT)
|Office||1,231 SQ M
(13,250 SQ FT)
|Systems||467 SQ M
(5,027 SQ FT)
|Car parking spaces||105|
|Trailer parking spaces||23|
|Drive in Ramps||2|
|Floor loading capacity||5t/SQ M|
|Clear Height||10 m|
|ESFR-Sprinkler-System||K360, 5,2 bar, 120 min|
The Hamburg region is internationally known as a first-class business location. Hamburg is a leading logistics metropolis in Northern Europe. As the largest universal port in Germany and the third largest seaport in Europe, Hamburg Port is an important foreign trade centre and at the same time a hub for road haulage, rail transport and inland shipping.
A dense network of regular shipping lines connects Hamburg with over 800 ports around the world. In addition to the port, Hamburg has another important transport hub in the form of its globally oriented airport, the fourth largest in Germany.
Location and Travel Distances
|Motorway access A7||1|
|Port of Hamburg||54|
GLP’s logistics- and distribution properties meet high sustainability criteria worldwide through environmentally sound building solutions. All new developments in Germany are certified to at least the DGNB Gold standard, making them more cost-effective to operate and maintain. In addition to reducing operating costs for users, GLP contributes to sustainability by improving the CO2 balance, reducing energy and water consumption, and selecting certified and recyclable building materials.