Logistics warehouses are often located at the producer’s facilities, importer’s port or at shared collection points for one or more units. The logistics warehouse is also generally located adjacent to a terminal.

What happens in a logistics warehouse?

Logistics warehouses are where goods are placed while awaiting sale and provide a buffer between the customer and the supplier, regardless of whether consumer products or industrial input goods are concerned. Their equipment also differs, from pallet racks to full automation, often with universal systems suited to a number of different products. Operations at a logistics warehouse are normally conducted by a single tenant or a small number of tenants, who may be a producer, wholesaler, importer or a third-party operator.


Martin & Servera, Oriola and Boozt are examples of companies with operations in Catena's logistic warehouses.

Future-proofed logistics warehouses

Our ambition is net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2030, which, among other things, affects the construction process when a new logistics warehouse is to be built. We also want to achieve environmental certifications on 100 percent of the Group’s lettable area and net-positive property portfolio in terms of biodiversity.

Do you want to know more about our different types of properties?

Our specialised focus on logistics properties may seem narrow, but it means that we amass invaluable expertise and can instead assume a broad and long-term responsibility, a responsibility that ranges from new production to customer-oriented day-to-day property management. Please feel free to contact us.