Deutsche Logistik Holding appoints Mario Sander Managing Director

The experienced manager is responsible for the implementation of the Industrial Campus Vienna East

Deutsche Logistik Holding appoints Mario Sander Managing Director

Effective December 1, 2017, Mario Sander was appointed Managing Director of Deutsche Logistik Holding GmbH & Co. KG (DLH). In this position, he is responsible for the operative DLH business in Austria and Germany and for the strategic direction, project development, marketing as well as establishment of strategic partnerships for the company.

Mario Sander joined DLH in December 2016, and has more than 20 years of international experience in Asia and Europe in supply chain and industrial real estate. During his management career he worked for companies such as Deutsche Post DHL Supply Chain, Prologis, Toll Group, Transporeon Group and inet logistics.

As a company within the real estate division of the family-operated Zech Group, DLH develops and implements a broad range of flexible warehousing, industrial and manufacturing facilities, which are made available in high-quality locations – from smaller units to medium and large premises. There are three current logistics projects:

-) Vienna area: The Industrial Campus Vienna East is under construction and located in the vicinity of Vienna’s Schwechat airport, just 20 km from the Austrian capital, and is poised to become the country’s largest industrial and logistics centre. On a 3.03 ha site, commercial hall space of approximately 160,000 m² and office space of some 10,000 m² are currently being built. The entire premises are scheduled for completion by the end of 2021.

-) Frankfurt area: Located within the city triangle of Frankfurt, Mainz and Wiesbaden, 24 km from the Frankfurt am Main airport, the Trebur logistics park will provide around 96,000 m² of logistics space that can be tailored to the individual requirements of future users. Spaces over 10,000 m² are divisible. This is also feasible for spaces from 3,000 or 5,000 m², as per individual arrangement.

-) Aachen area: In the German-Dutch-Belgian border triangle of Aachen, the Industrial Campus Würselen is being built. The logistics park with approximately 49,550 m² storage space and 6,300 m² office space is located in the immediate vicinity of one of Europe’s strongest economic regions.