PFA reaps billion-kroner return on logistics, makes further investments in Juttish hub

Danish pension fund PFA has made DKK 2.5bn (EUR 336m) on its logistics investments over the past ten years, and is now making a significant expansion to a project in Jutland.

Michael Bruhn, head of real estate at PFA | Photo: Jan Mindegaard / Watch Medier

Over the past ten years, PFA’s logistics investments have generated 15.5% returns, equating to DKK 2.5bn (EUR 336m).

In a press release, the pension firm reveals that warehouses, deliveries and online shopping are flourishing.

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