CTP, the largest owner and developer of industrial and logistics space in Romania, has extended its partnership with QeOPS, one of the leading providers of e-fulfillment services and customized logistics solutions in Romania. With this expansion, QeOPS has increased its occupied warehouse space in CTPark Bucharest to approximately 15,000 sqm.
The strength of the e-fulfillment service provider QeOPS is based on synergies with Cargus, the courier company that has become a shareholder of QeOPS and can thus offer complete services in the final distribution area, ranging from complex logistics services to courier services, reducing the time for parcel pick-up.
“One of the main advantages of CTP partners is the possibility to expand immediately and under excellent conditions. This is also the case for QeOPS, a company that has shown tremendous momentum over the last three years. We started the collaboration in 2019, and this year QeOPS took the step to a space 2.5 times larger than the initial one, with almost 15,000 sqm today. This growth was also supported by the capital infusion brought by Cargus, another CTP partner present in the same park, CTPark Bucharest, a business ecosystem where multiple synergies are created between occupiers,” said Ana Dumitrache, Country Head CTP Romania.
CTPark Bucharest is the closest CTP park to Bucharest, which has evolved from large logistics to smaller last mile units, courier, ecommerce and retail in general, and is located close to the most populated area of Bucharest, the western area. It is a diverse and very dynamic park with diverse residents, from artisan coffee roasters and printers to distributors of agricultural machinery, hardware, cooling and heating systems, roofing, online distributors of cosmetics, medical devices and even manufacturers of rainwater harvesting systems and plasterboard profiles.
Furthermore, CTPark is in continuous development and currently has 5 photovoltaic plants with a total installed capacity of 2.9 MW in the authorisation and implementation phase, which will produce 3,811 MWH per year (equivalent to the annual needs of more than 2000 households), to be distributed in priority to its tenants.
“We chose CTPark Bucharest industrial park because of its strategic location and the facilities it offers, which perfectly meet our development needs. We took into account the well-being of the employees, the proximity to the Cargus hub and the permanent focus on operational excellence. At the moment, we have more than 50 customers, medium and large companies, storing in our premises products ranging from sewing needles to large household appliances, with a picking and packing error rate of only 4:1,000,000. With QeOPS and Cargus technologies and systems, our customers benefit from a comprehensive package of logistics and last-mile services and solutions,” said Paul Copil, founder & CEO of QeOPS.
CTPark Bucharest is located at km 13 on the A1 motorway, just six kilometres from the Păcii and Preciziei metro stations. With a total area of 57.9 hectares, of which more than 530,000 sqm is built-up area, CTPark Bucharest includes facilities such as a canteen, a doctor’s surgery and a generous area of green spaces.
In Romania, CTP owns a total of over 2.3 million sqm of class A warehouses in 15 cities in Romania: Arad, Brasov, Bucharest, Caransebeș, Cluj-Napoca, Craiova, Deva, Oradea, Pitesti, Sibiu, Targu Mures, Timisoara, Turda, Ineu and Salonta.