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Soon to be 100 tenants at Lindø

Soon to be 100 tenants at Lindø

07-05-2016 12:00:00


There is great demand for facilities in Lindø Industrial Park, which is approaching 100 tenants. Never before has such a large part of the industrial park's facilities been rented out. Today, about 2,000 employees ply their trade in the industrial park

"We have long been around 90 companies. We were up to 92, but now we have 88 to 89 tenants. On the other hand, we have never rented out as much space as now," says Carsten Aa, CEO of Lindø Industrial Park and Odense Harbour.

"The rental increases almost every week, because companies need more space. Most companies that are moving in, have a need for more office space or larger storage and production facilities rather quickly. The occupancy rate is close to 90, which is close to 100, because there is always something that is under construction," says Carsten Aa.

Lindø Industrial Park is undergoing a major expansion to a larger berth and to make room for even more companies. When construction is completed, Lindø Port of Odense will have a total of 500,000 square meters of port area as well as a quay, that are more than a kilometer in length.

Source: fyens.dk / Maritime Denmark


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