Delin Capital Asset Management (DCAM) Gerwin Vos appointed as commercial director. Vos was until recently Director of Logistics at broker DTZ Zadelhoff. His appointment coincides with the opening of a new office in Rotterdam DCAM.

Gerwin Vos gets DTZ over to Delin Capital
“Logistics real estate man” Gerwin Vos get to 13
years DTZ over to the British
Delin Capital Asset Management.

DCAM is an asset management company based in London that focuses mainly on European logistics real estate. Fox was thirteen working for DTZ, where he served as Director of Logistics at the head of a team of six logistics real estate experts.

New investments in logistics real estate

With the new office in Rotterdam and the existing London office Federline has expanded its European capacity up to ten real estate professionals. With Fox says DCAM to look for investments in new and existing logistics real estate in logistical hubs.

Major tenants: G-Star and NedCargo

DCAM has expanded its portfolio since 2012 in the Netherlands and the United Kingdom and is now a major provider of distribution centers including Amsterdam (Western Harbour) of approximately 100,000 square meters of logistics space campus .Major tenants of DC’s of DCAM in the Netherlands G-Star with 35,000 square meters in Amsterdam’s western port and the DC of NedCargo (formerly Van Uden Logistics)along the A12 in Waddinxveen.

New construction on Borchwerf II

Also, the asset management company property portfolio include in Tilburg (Katsbogten) and Eindhoven ( Philips and Rhenus Son , ed.). “Logistics real estate agent ‘Fox have announced that there is a big ambition to grow, including through new development. So DCAM does include currently on logistics business park Borchwerf II in Roosendaal, a new distribution center in preparation for getting a size of 35,000 square meters. The construction of this DC start in the third quarter of this year and will be in the first quarter of 2017.First published by Bas Dijkhuizen on 7 Jul 2016

This has been automatically translated  to English from Dutch.

First published by Bas Dijkhuizen on 7 Jul 2016

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