Logistics parks

Main logistics services in Ostrava




1 Ostrava Logistics Park 

Ostrava Logistics Park is a strategic location ideal for light manufacturing industry, suppliers to a wide range of commercial/industrial companies, logistics operators, e-commerce and distribution. The park is immediately adjacent to the Ostrava Science and Technology Park and the VŠB-Technical University of Ostrava, and it has excellent public transport links. The buildings have been constructed to a high standard, offering excellent energy efficiency and minimizing environmental impact.


The park is located around 14 km west of downtown Ostrava, the main administrative and manufacturing centre in the eastern part of the Czech Republic. It is situated between the D1 motorway and the Ostrava bypass road, around 20 km from Ostrava’s international airport in Mošnov. Access to the park is either via exit 349 of the D1 motorway (signposted Klimkovice), or via exit 354 (signposted Ostrava-Rudná). The site is completely enclosed with a fence and has a 24-hour security guard service.


The current area of the park is 11 ha
The built-up area is 70 000 m2

Technical infrastructure:

The technical infrastructure at the park provides a sufficient supply capacity of water, gas, heating and electricity to meet the needs of both current and future investors.

Companies in the Park:

AT ComputersProLogis

B2B Partner
e – commerce 

logistics provider


CBRE s.r.o.
náměstí Republiky 1a/1079, 110 00 Praha 1
T: +420 224 814 060
F: +420 224 814 111
e-mail: pragueoffice@cbre.com



2 Tulipan Park

The Tulipan Park logistics centre is located in Ostrava’s Přívoz district and covers a total area of 4 ha. It consists of warehouse space and light industrial facilities, with a total leasable area of 20 000 m² of warehouses and production premises including related infrastructure.


Located close to Ostrava city centre, Tulipan Park enjoys excellent access to Prague, Brno and Poland via a nearby exit from the D1 motorway. The park is also situated on a city bus route.


The current area of the park is 4 ha.

Technical infrastructure:

The technical infrastructure at the park provides a sufficient supply capacity of water, gas, heating and electricity to meet the needs of both current and future investors.

Companies in the Park:

Erwin QuarderTulipan



Adler Czech 


Český Caparol 

Wavin Ekoplastik



ZFP Investment




3 Business Park Ostrava 

This modern business park consists of facilities targeted primarily at SME’s involved in manufacturing, research and development, though it is also ideal for warehousing and logistics operations. The park offers ideal conditions in terms of both workforce availability and access to key road links. The planned construction of seven buildings will create approx. 54 000 m² of covered, insulated and temperature-controlled storage space plus approx. 3 800 m² of office facilities.

A major advantage of the park is the range of warehouse facilities, with wide access roads facilitating logistics and enabling large loads to be handled with ease. The site is fully protected against theft and fire 24 hours a day, including an automated link-up to the emergency services dispatch centre. The buildings can be temperature-controlled all year round, making them suitable for storing a wide range of goods.


Business_ParkThe Ostrava Business Park is situated in the city’s Kunčičky district (Lihovarská St.), covering a 13.5 ha site just 3 km from the city centre. It is located close to Rudná Road, one of Ostrava’s key arterial highways, and just 5 km from the D1 motorway. The site is easily accessible by public transport. Ostrava city centre is just 10 minutes away by car or public transport.


CONTERA Management s.r.o 

Lucie Havlíčková
Mobil +420 777 482 071 



4 Ostrava-Mošnov Multimodal Logistics Centre

The Multimodal Logistics Centre at Leoš Janáček International Airport in Mošnov forms a key component in the planned development of the airport and the adjacent area. The entire zone offers over 300 000 m² of industrial space, suitable not only for logistics and warehousing, but also for light manufacturing and other high added-value services. The centre is unique within the Czech Republic in combining road, rail and air access, making it an ideal location for the most demanding clients. It also offers an excellent opportunity for utilizing synergies with the nearby production facilities of Hyundai, Kia and Opel as well as the customs services provided at the adjacent international airport.


The zone is located between the D1 motorway and the R48 expressway, providing excellent links to all locations in the Czech Republic as well as Poland and Slovakia. The adjacent international airport enables easy access to destinations throughout the world.


30 ha + 50 ha

Technical infrastructure:

The technical infrastructure at the park provides a sufficient supply capacity of water, gas, heating and electricity to meet the needs of both current and future investors. Data connections can be provided via fibre optic networks operated by two independent providers. The Multimodal Logistics Centre is designed to meet the requirements of clients in logistics, transport, and also light manufacturing industry. The Air Cargo Terminal provides direct access to the airport runway from Hall A, making it an ideal location for air cargo logistics operators. The Rail Cargo Terminal will offer A-Class logistics premises plus the option to construct direct rail access points to selected buildings.



CONCENS INVESTMENTS a.s. (drží 100% obchodní podíl spol. OSTRAVA AIRPORT MULTIMODAL PARK s.r.o.) investments@concens.czwww.concens.cz

Lease consultant: Savills, Jaroslav Kaizr, jaroslav.kaizr@savills.cz,



5 AWT – PKP Cargo

AWTThe AWT is enlarging its terminal in Paskov by a further 40,000 m² as part of Phase 3 of its modernization programme from 2016 to 2018. On completion, the terminal will cover a total area of 70,000 m².

As part of its ongoing expansion of combined transport services, AWT is also planning to link its Paskov terminal up to European seaports such as Gdańsk and Gdynia (Poland) or Antwerp (Belgium). Harnessing synergic effects from a partnership with the Polish logistics giant PKP Cargo (which operates 25 terminals and logistics centres throughout Poland), AWT’s Paskov terminal will become part of a planned logistics triangle linking the Baltic with the Adriatic and the North Sea; Paskov will be the primary logistics hub at the southern end of the triangle.

The AWT Group has been active in the combined transport industry since 2006, when it revitalized a brownfield site at the former Paskov colliery to create the largest open transport terminal in the Czech Republic. Currently the terminal covers an area of 31 m² and offers direct links to major European seaports including Hamburg, Rotterdam, Bremerhaven, Koper and Trieste as well as other Czech terminals in Prague, Mělník and Lovosice.

In May 2015 the management of the AWT Group was taken over by PKP Cargo – the second-largest rail freight provider in the European Union. This strategic partnership holds immense potential for future growth. Both groups offer a similar range of services, and operate on adjacent rail networks. The AWT/PKP Cargo terminals are also ideally located on key trans-continental logistics corridors.


Advanced World Transport a.s.
Hornopolní 3314/38, 
Ostrava, Moravská Ostrava PSČ 702 62
Telefon: +420 596 166 111
E-mail: obchod@awt.eu  
Web: www.awt.eu/cs/