K – Mail Order GmbH & Co. KG has started looking for investors for three properties.
The main company of the Klingel Group based in Pforzheim, which has been in insolvency proceedings under self-administration since May and will cease business operations at the end of January, has commissioned Immobilien Sparkasse Pforzheim Calw and Falkensteg Real Estate to search for investors, Falkensteg announced on Tuesday . The search is carried out with the approval of the creditors’ committee and the administrator of the Klingel Group.
In addition to its administration building in Nordstadt, the Klingel Group has two logistics locations in Pforzheim with a total area of over 250,000 square meters and potential expansion areas. The largest location is “Im Altgefäll”, a fully automated bag and hanging logistics system that processes up to 120,000 shipments per day on 170,000 m² and eight levels. The warehouse property on Dennigstrasse extends over seven floors and 60,000 square meters. The Klingel Group’s headquarters on Sachsenstrasse covers over 20,000 square meters and is located in a mixed area in Pforzheim’s Nordstadt.
“Logistics properties continue to experience high demand,” explains Falkensteg partner Christian Alpers. “The Klingel Group’s properties are therefore particularly interesting for logistics service providers who want to expand or rebuild their location.”
Since the announcement of the cessation of business operations, the Klingel Group has already managed to sell some of the brands belonging to the group. Just last week, Klingel announced the takeover of the womenswear brand Mona and new owners were also found for the plus-size fashion brand Happysize and the men’s fashion brand Babista.