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Lease of a major logistics asset in Rome: Colliers advised Unieuro and SEGRO-Vailog

The logistics hub (over 50,000 smq) is located in Colleferro (Rome) and will serve central and southern Italy.

 

Colliers Italia advised Unieuro, the largest Italian consumer electronics and household appliances retailer, and SEGRO-Vailog, a leading industrial real estate development company, on the identification and pre-let of a logistics hub of over 50,000 square meters near Rome. The new logistics site, owned by SEGRO-Vailog and currently under construction, will host bulk products. The hub will be operational by the end of 2023 and will serve the regions of central and southern Italy.

“This great deal confirms an ongoing trend.” said Faustino Musicco, Head of Logistics, Last Mile & Data Centers, Colliers Italia, “The area between Rome and Naples is the new frontier of logistics in Italy. In the section between the two cities, there is a population of 8 million inhabitants. Operators and investors are increasingly interested in central and southern Italy and this new market trend is changing the context, turning secondary areas into a dynamic, mature and reliable market to focus on in the short and medium-term".

 

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Faustino Musicco

Head of Logistics, Last Mile & Data Centers

Milan

Head of the team dedicated to Logistics, Last Mile & Data Centers at Colliers Italia, Faustino handles investment and leasing activities for key national and international players.

His previous experience in the sector includes 7 years as Head of the Logistics Agency Team at JLL Italy, focusing on letting, development and redevelopment from greenfield/brownfield, leases of existing properties and logistics hubs. He was a member of the JLL Italy Business Committee since 2018.

Following his Degree in Economics and Corporate Management, he earned a Master’s in Real Estate from the Milan Polytechnic and an MBA from the MIP Business School, with an Exchange Program at the School of Inspired Leadership in New Delhi.

In June 2020, he became Chairman of FLC Freight Leader Council Young, an association of young logistics experts that focuses on sustainability, innovation and digital trends.

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