Development of city logistics in Arenastaden

As part of our ambition to be actively involved in city district development, Fabege is launching a sustainable logistics network in which deliveries, returns management and recycling will be handled in a single flow. The aim is to reduce the amount of transportation in the area and promote greener districts.

Fabege is teaming up with Catena, Ragn-Sells and Servistik to form the company Urban Services i Solna AB (Urban Services), which will be owned equally by all four parties. The company will offer logistics and other services primarily aimed at property owners, tenants and residents.

Urban Services will create a collective hub for all incoming and outbound transportation in Arenastaden.  The intention is to subsequently implement the system in several areas. The move will create opportunities to transform areas that are currently exposed to heavy traffic, into districts with spaces that are more usable, including squares and places to meet.

Arenastaden will soon be home to 100,000 m² of retail units, 4,000 residents and 30,000 workplaces, and the district attracts over a million visitors a month.  All these need transportation – of products, parcels, online goods and letters, etc. Without this initiative, a fully developed Arenastaden will generate more than 1,000 transportation journeys a week. Fabege hopes to reduce the current amount of transportation in Arenastaden by 70 per cent by the year 2021, thus contributing towards a cleaner, safer, quieter and sustainable district.

-       “If we succeed in reducing the amount of transportation to and from our areas, then we’ve come a long way towards creating a more sustainable district,” says Carl Michael Augustsson, Director of Urban Development at Fabege.

The collaboration will harness the various areas of expertise of all four parties.

  • Fabege is the largest property owner in Arenastaden in Solna, and develops properties and districts that are primarily located in Stockholm County.
  • As the leading logistics property company, Catena owns, develops and manages logistics facilities in prime locations, serving Scandinavia’s main metropolitan areas. 
  • Servistik provides innovative, flexible logistics solutions for the construction and industrial sector, with a focus on efficiency and a long-term approach.
  • Ragn-Sells is one of Sweden’s most prominent recycling companies, with a strong emphasis on sustainability and the circular economy with regard to material and waste issues.

Fabege AB (publ) 

For further information, please contact:
Christian Hermelin, CEO,  +46 8-555 148 25, +46 73-387 18 25
Carl Michael Augustsson, Director of Urban Development, +46 70-544 48 42, +46 8-555 148 21

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If we succeed in reducing the amount of transportation to and from our areas, then we’ve come a long way towards creating a more sustainable district.
Carl Michael Augustsson, Director of Urban Development at Fabege