Our specialised focus on logistics properties may seem narrow, but reality is something else. Our tenants have varying needs and goods must be handled in different ways depending on where they are in the logistical network.

Different types of facilities – all equally important

Catena offers different types of logistics facilities that can all interact in a complex logistics network with the aim of optimising flows that makes our society work. Logistics properties fulfil different tasks and functions thereby imposing different demands on the properties.

One or more functions?

An omni-facility is a hybrid between, for example, a terminal and a logistics warehouse. That means it has the numerous gates characteristic of the terminal and the space
required to receive and dispatch incoming and outgoing goods on the same day. However, it also has the height characteristic of a logistics warehouse, which is needed to cost-efficiently warehouse goods, even over extended periods.

An omni facility or an omni warehouse can include virtually any combination of logistics functions required, depending on location and area.

One or more tenants?

Several tenants often operate in the same area, although in different facilities. Catena's major logistics positions are located close to transportation routes and population centers. Cohesive logistics clusters provide economies of scale and make it easier to find efficient and sustainable solutions – a win-win for all.

A multi-tenant warehouse is a single logistics facility that is flexible and adaptable and it can accommodate several tenants.