Barings acquires prime logistics asset in Örebro, Sweden

Barings acquires prime logistics asset in Örebro, Sweden

Barings has agreed to acquire in an off-market transaction a fully let prime logistics asset in Pilängen, Örebro, Sweden from a joint venture between Swedish Kvalitena AB and Norwegian Ragde Eiendom AS.

The 18,378 sqm operational logistics asset in Sweden is 100% let on a newly signed 10-year lease to Onninen AB (owned by Finnish K-group).  Onninen is a market leading and investment grade rated business which provides an extensive selection of products and service packages to wholesale contractors, industry, infrastructure building and retail dealers. There is an opportunity to extend the existing building, which would add further logistics space. 

Örebro is one of the Nordics’ best logistics locations and is ranked third in Sweden given its strategic position in the Nordic triangle of Stockholm (3hr), Oslo (2.5hr) and Malmö/Copenhagen (4.5hr), as well as its close proximity to Gothenburg (2hr).

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“Through this acquisition we have secured a high quality logistics asset on a long lease to an investment grade tenant and located in one of the Nordics’ most sought after logistics hubs.  In addition to the highly visible and secure income this asset offers, it also comes with the opportunity to develop further logistics space into a market which continues to be underpinned by a strong supply demand imbalance,” said Thorsten Slytå, Managing Director and Head of Nordics at Barings.

“This transaction brings another acquisition to our European logistics portfolio which grows our 2020 logistics acquisition volume just over €400m. In 2021, we are planning an even larger logistics investment volume supported by a number of strong structural and societal changes driven by technology, e-commerce and urbanisation. COVID has accelerated these trends and brought into sharp focus the importance of supply chain certainty. We will continue to look for assets in the Nordics, Netherlands, Germany, UK, Italy, France and Spain,” added Gunther Deutsch, Managing Director, Head of Real Estate Transactions – Europe at Barings.