Lufthansa Cargo to open new Sweden HQ at Arlanda

Office One, photo Tim Meier

Lufthansa Cargo, the airfreight operation of the German flag-carrier, is to move its administrative base in Sweden to a new complex at Stockholm Arlanda Airport.

Lufthansa Cargo has signed a four-year lease for some 260 sq m of office space in the new building, which is called Office One, with Swedavia, Sweden’s national airport operator.

The freight carrier is moving its Swedish headquarters from its current location at Upplands Väsby, outside Stockholm. The move is planned for the spring of 2020.

Office One – Swedavia confirms – represents its biggest investment to date in office properties near the 10 airports for which it is wholly responsible.

The building has 15,000 sq m of space for offices, conference facilities, exhibitions and showrooms.

Officially opened in May 2019. Norwegian Air Shuttle, SEB, United Spaces and the Swedish Public Employment Service aris amongst other companies tohave chosen to take up space at Office One.

Said Stefan Stenberg, chief executive of Swedavia Real Estate: “Office One offers very attractive, modern office premises with a location next to the airport and close to various transport links. These are added values that we see ever increasing demand for in the market.”

Late last month (November), Swedavia confirmed that a new cargo hub called Logistics City is to be built near Stockholm Arlanda Airport.

The Logistics City will cover an area of 1m sq m. Stenberg commented: “We see strong demand for logistics properties in attractive locations, driven by growing e-commerce and greater requirements for fast, flexible deliveries.”

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