009 Prismapark

Tailor-made development at heart of the Randstad

written by Norbert Padt
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Sustainable growthFuture logistics

Earlier this year, WDP acquired 7 ha of land in the Prisma Business Park in Bleiswijk. This is a prime location in a new logistics park to be developed right next to the A12. Apart from being an investor (owning 70 locations in the Netherlands) that is also renowned for its development capabilities, WDP has now made a start on commercialising this unique project. There is a great deal of interest,” says Jakko van Wijk, WDP’s portfolio manager for the Netherlands. 

There is a great deal of interest,” 

says Jakko van Wijk, WDP’s portfolio manager for the Netherlands.

WDP is also keen to offer a solution to its customers centrally located in the Randstad. Situated between The Hague and Utrecht, the Prisma Business Park is a particularly suitable location. 

The logistics park is eminently suitable for distribution activities. Two supermarket chains (Aldi and Hoogvliet) are already established at this site with their logistics buildings. However, we are also in contact with manufacturing companies and of course logistics service providers. The site is easy to reach from the motorway. Moreover, an inland navigation terminal is located half an hour’s drive away in Alphen on the Rhine. The Prisma Business Park will soon also have its own train station so staff working there will find it even easier to reach their places of employment,” 

says Jakko van Wijk.
Artist impression WDP Bleiswijk

WDP has already developed a warehouse for MRC Transmark in the Prisma Business Park and new areas (7 hectares) bordering that site.

In Bleiswijk we are now able to offer different solutions for potential customers. Size does not matter to us. This may range from 5,000 m² to 20,000 m². However, what is important for us is being able to offer our customers a tailor-made solution. On this basis, we hope to build long-term relations while achieving a lasting logistics real estate solution. For example, we have already built a fully automated high-bay deepfreeze warehouse linked to the customer’s production process. However, at other sites, we have also created a number of warehouses for dangerous goods, pharmaceuticals or food. The new building for Wehkamp is also a perfect example of a well-balanced partnership, where we joined forces with them to construct a building that is carefully attuned to their e‑commerce activities. WDP is able to offer a broad range of solutions. We are attentive to the customer’s every need,” 

concludes Jakko van Wijk.

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