Goodman’s property in Lutterberg now fully occupied

Goodman Group has announced that its global operations have achieved carbon neutrality, four years ahead of its original 2025 target.

Goodman announced that its property Lutterberg is now fully occupied as ZUFALL logistics group has signed a lease agreement for the remaining 8,800 sq m. With this latest lease agreement, Goodman’s 52,000 sq m logistics property in the Lutterberg industrial estate near Kassel has now been completely pre-leased three months prior to completion.

ZUFALL is a global company with more than 2,000 employees in ten locations in Germany. The company manages around 400,000 sq m of logistics space and transports around 4.6m consignments annually. The range of services includes truck transports, air freight, sea freight and express services as well as customs services and complex contract logistics. 

The region around Kassel is a popular location for the logistics industry due to its central location within Germany. The A7 motorway connects Lutterberg as a district of Staufenberg with Göttingen and Kassel – about 16 km away. Main economic centres can be reached within a few hours via the A44 and A49 motorways. 

ZUFALL is leasing additional logistics space from Goodman in order to expand its operations in Kassel. The company’s managing director Juergen Wolpert explains: “From here, we can feed all shipments quickly and easily into our high-performance transport network.”

Christof Prange, Head of Business Development at Goodman Germany, added: “We forecast that this region will continue to attract customers and require a large amount of logistics space, and we are looking to undertake more projects around Kassel in the future.”

Source: Goodman Group