The investment will be materialized in 10 new industrial buildings to accommodate the growing demand of the agri-food sector in Navarra to settle in this strategic location.
Over the last five years, the Agrifood City of Tudela has maintained a process of continuous growth in its current 26 warehouses, reaching 100% occupancy levels in several of its areas of activity.
The Agri-Food City of Tudela (CAT), the space that brings together the main companies of the agri-food sector of Navarra in a single location to improve synergies between them, will invest more than 4.6 million euros in the construction of ten new warehouses. The expansion is due to the fact that it has reached an occupancy rate of 98%.
Over the last five years, CAT has maintained a process of continuous growth in its current 26 warehouses, reaching 100% occupancy levels in several of its areas of activity, the highest recorded since the creation of this reference park for the agri-food sector.
Currently, the CAT’s industrial buildings serve 16 companies and its Business Center houses another 23 companies. In addition, the Business Incubator promoted together with the European Business and Innovation Center of Navarra (CEIN), also publicly owned, hosts a total of 6 companies.
In total, CAT brings together 59 business firms, to which it offers services such as the sale of electricity, energy supply for industrial heating and cooling through the Common Infrastructure Center and its 2-kilometer-long overhead rack, and real estate services for the provision of the activity.
About the Agri-Food City of Tudela
CAT is a pioneering project to bring together the companies of the agri-food sector of Navarra in a single strategic point where infrastructure and services are shared in a sustainable way in order to enhance the competitiveness of companies. The space brings together the entire value chain, including producers, auxiliary, logistics, infrastructure and support services and institutions.
In total, the space covers 1,200,000 m2 at the service of the agri-food sector, with all services centralized and an outstanding geostrategic position. The project arose with the aim of creating a critical mass within the agri-food sector, with common growth and development objectives, where investments in specific infrastructures for the agri-food industry converge.
To date, the project has involved an investment of more than 80 million euros.