Warehouses & multi-use facilities
NADLAN Leskovac –
Avital d.o.o. is developing and managing Warehouses and multi-use facilities for rent and sale in Serbia. Nadlan Leskovac warehouse is located on the most active highway (E75) and railway in the Balkans, the Pan European corridor 10
The property covers a total of 6ha of land and there are corresponding buildings covering 9,700m2 with full industrial infrastructure and licenses.
The property is easily accessible by the railway and road system and is located just 50km from the nearest airport. The buildings are multipurpose and include storage, former coffee production and office facilities of various sizes. The facilities provide storage capacities of different dimensions suitable for a variety of client needs and are well connected with the existing traffic network. The property also offers additional unused land for future expansion and development.
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Land with a total of 5.8 ha and corresponding buildings of 9.700 m2 The buildings are multipurpose and include storage, former coffee production and office facilities of various sizes (see table below) A storage capacities of different sizes suitable for clients needs and are well connected with the existing traffic network The property also offers additional unused land for future expansion and development Road network was built, grey areas on the map represent parts with tarmac. Weigh bridge up to 50 tons
Transformer station is installed with 630kVA, also, in immediate vicinity there is a transform er station with 35/10kV Gas station for own use Compressor station The water – pumping station Electrical aggregate station Internet and telephone providers are available in the vicinity
Nadlan Warehouses and multi-use facilities is situated along the highway and the railroad of the Pan European corridor10 (main route through the Balkans) which connects Riga and Gdansk with Thessaloniki and Sofia via corridor 9, heading towards Istanbul, in the village of Pecenjevce. There are 17000 inhabitants n the immediate vicinity, mostly working in the industrial sector. This region is well known for its vegetable and various crops production.
Highly competitive and diverse investment incentives are designed by government, to reduce costs of investment projects in Serbia. For standard-scale Greenfield and Brownfield projects, non-refundable state funds are offered in the range between €2,000 and €10,000 per new job created within 3 years. Investments over €50 million that create a minimum of 300 new jobs within 3 years can be subsidized in the amount of up to 20% of the project’s value. Projects in the electronics industry are eligible for the highest subsidies since they are a part of the sector of strategic interest in Serbia