‘s-Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands, April 2022 – VGP, a pan-European developer, manager and owner of
high-quality logistics and semi-industrial real estate, is pleased to welcome Loendersloot Global Logistics
as a new customer at VGP Park Roosendaal.
The park is located on the Borchwerf business park, close to the important A17 and A58/N268 motorways,
which connect the north with the south of the country and with Belgium. In addition, the business park is
located next to Roosendaal Central Station, which makes this area a very important economic hub with the
railway connection between the Netherlands and Belgium.
Loendersloot, founded in 1982 and located in Roosendaal, is going to rent the second building in the VGP
park with a floor area of approximately 9,000 m² of warehouse space and a further 275 m2 for adjacent
offices and technical, social and sanitary areas. The company specializes in logistics, customs and ecommerce services. The first building in the park with a total lettable area of approximately 41,000 m2 has
already been taken into use by e-fulfillment specialist Active Ants and logistics company Raben. With
Loendersloot, the park is now fully let.
After launching the Benelux in 2018 with the first land purchase for the Netherlands, VGP has already
developed and delivered more than 170,000 m2 GFA of warehouses and offices at their VGP Park
Roosendaal and VGP Park Nijmegen (Oosterhout Gld.). With this new development at VGP Park
Roosendaal, the current construction at VGP Park Nijmegen with approximately 60,000 m2 GFA and its
future development potential, as well as the upcoming park VGP Park Moerdijk, VGP is building tomorrow
today. In total, the Group is active in fourteen European countries. The company, based in Antwerp, Belgium,
now operates 100 parks.

In addition to state-of-the-art technology, sustainability and energy efficiency are key parameters for the commercial properties that VGP develops. The company aims to be carbon neutral by 2025 and is also pursuing BREEAM and DGNB certifications and green power generation. As a result, 54.3% of the portfolio is already certified and the green power generation capacity of the VGP Renewable Energy division has been expanded to 74.7 MWp, with a further 74.5 MWp in the pipeline. Founded in 2019, the VGP Foundation has already identified 29 projects focusing on social themes, nature conservation and the protection of cultural heritage, and has received more than €7 million in funding from VGP to date.

Danny de Hoon, COO of Loendersloot Global Logistics, says: “In a more than turbulent time in terms of real estate and its availability, we have been able to expand in Roosendaal. This in close collaboration with De Lobel & Partners and VGP. The development will be realized on industrial site Borchwerf at a more than beautiful location in the immediate vicinity of the other warehouses of Loendersloot Global Logistics. With this development we give substance to Loendersloot’s growth ambition and we are extremely proud of that!”

Geerd van Helden, Commercial Director of VGP Benelux says: “We are delighted to welcome Loendersloot Global Logistics as our new tenant in the park. We are pleased that with this new sustainable BTS project we can contribute to their growth ambitions and the expansion of their Roosendaal campus.”