The international consultancy Colliers International functioned as an exclusive consultant in the investment deal of selling the A-grade logistics scheme OLR in Chekhov district of the Moscow Region, where it exclusively represented the seller’s interests, with Delta Group being the investor and an international bank’s subsidiary being the vendor.
The logistics scheme OLR comprises two A-grade storage facilities totaling 35,000 sq. m in floor space, being also one of the largest automotive terminals with the capacity of 19,000 automobiles. The project sits on a land parcel of more than 45 hectares that has potential for further development.
Says Stanislav Bibik, Partner Colliers International: “Quality logistics infrastructure is always in high demand among investors, since it demonstrates resilience in times of crisis, which is relevant under the current circumstances, as well as generating a stable cash flow and being capable of ramping up its operational activities even during the current challenging period. OLR logistics scheme complies with all A-grade criteria, boasting excellent location and potential for further development, which increases its appeal to investors, creating prerequisites for continual business development.”
The scheme is notable for its attractive location in Chekhov district, 50 km past the MKAD (Moscow Ring Road) over Simferopol highway and only 4 km away from M2 route “Crimea” with a convenient access lane from the freeway. It also lies between Bigger and Smaller Ring Roads A-107 and A-108 running across the Moscow Region. A functional rail spur track also enters the territory whereas Chekhov railway station lies less than 5 km away from the facility.
Delta Group boasts more than 25-year experience of successful operations in logistics and transport business. The Group comprises leading companies in the motorway and container transportation market including Intermodal Logistics and Promzheldortrans.