Hines invests in new industrial sheds in the Amazon

With proceeds of approximately R $ 300 millions, the company launches the Distribution Park Manaus.
27/08/2015 15h56 - Updated 28/08/2015 01h18
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Amid data showing a high rate of layoffs in the industrial centers, international giant, Hines, company specializing in real estate investments, development and management of properties, launches Distribution Park Manaus (DPM) III, with investments of approximately R $ 300 millions.

Located within the Industrial District 1 – main area of ​​Manaus plants, the new project will have capacity for three sheds with 28 modules and over 130 thousand m² of leasable area, which feature high-tech buildings, and one of them is a pioneer, like roof that ensures better water flow and minimizes the incidence of infiltration, and prismatic tiles for natural lighting, up to 30% savings in electricity bill.

According to the Project Director of Hines, Jeremy Smith, the company discards reduction in investments. "Hines has always believed in the potential of the city of Manaus. The large industrial park is always receiving new investments from companies that believe in Brazil. In tough economic times are when good opportunities arise, as well as the Distribution Park Manaus III being built now to be delivered at the beginning of a new cycle of growth of the economy. "

Against the economy, near 500 direct jobs and up 2.000 They are generated in their construction. The work is to 40% executed and will have three delivery phases, these being in December this year, February 2016 and April 2016.

"Hines since its first investment in Manaus sought land in the Industrial District area to place your mark next to the city's biggest industries and provide sheds with international specifications for these large companies who need to be in the district. After 6 anniversary of the arrival in Manaus Hines reached its goal and the project team is very pleased with the progress of construction and feedback from potential tenants to date. "

Companies that decide to install in Distribution Park (DP) They can save up to 30% Maintenance and safety, as well as having additional infrastructure as, for example, The drivers support building. The warehouses have floor capacity of six tons per square meter, 400 car spaces and 152 places for trucks, which contributes to the needs of that region.

Another feature of Distribution Park Manaus III is the free-ceilinged 12 meters, with 120 elevated docks and a system to fight fire with sprinklers (automatic device that is able to control or suppress a fire).

There is 4 km of ports and 14 km from the International Airport Eduardo Gomes, DPM III attentive to the growth potential and strengthen the industry in the state, strategically located.

Investments in the Amazon
Distribution Park is one of Hines strategy for the development of logistics warehouses, This is the third distribution center and industrial building that Hines puts into operation in Manaus market and the 16th in Brazil.

Seven years ago the company started its activities in the North, with the opening of Distribution Park Manaus I, located on Avenida Torquato Tapajós. In 2012, DPM was released II, located in the Tourism Avenue, which proved ultimately successful Hines in the region and put the Amazon between the main Hines markets in the country next to São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and Curitiba.

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