Introduction to the Turquerie business park – Transmarck
Located in the Grand Calais area of northern Hauts-de-France. The region, with a population of 105,269 inhabitants, enjoys an excellent geostrategic location in the heart of the Opal Coast, with around 800,000 inhabitants, making it highly attractive.
The Turquerie Business Park benefits from proximity to the A16 and A26 motorways, providing easy access to Lille, Belgium, and Paris. Additionally, it is conveniently located between the Port of Calais and Eurotunnel, which are entry points to the United Kingdom. With direct access to the highway, the park offers a range of logistical opportunities for companies exporting to the UK (50 km away), Belgium (30 km away), or other European countries.
The area is well-connected with exceptional transportation and infrastructure facilities, being a leading multimodal hub with the first roll-on/roll-off port in continental Europe. Furthermore, it is the leading French hub for combined rail-road transport with two rail highway terminals. By rail, Calais is only 1 hour from Brussels, 1 hour from London, 1 hour and 30 minutes from Paris, and 30 minutes from Lille.
By rail, Calais is located:
- 1h 15' from Brussels
- 1h from London
- 1h 30' from Paris
- 30 min from Lille
Accessibility of the Turquerie - Transmarck Business Park
- Highway: European highways A16 & A26. One-hour drive (truck) from the A1 axis (Lille-Paris).
- Freight train station: Rail highway operator (CARGOBEAMER)
- Eurotunnel terminal and Port of Calais 9 km from the park
- International airports: Brussels, Lille, Paris, London
- Business and freight airport 5 km away
Characteristics of the Turquerie - Transmarck Business Park
The Turquerie business park, located in Calais, offers an excellent location for light industry projects. It's easily accessible via the A26 and A16 motorways and located on the edge of the A16 motorway that leads to the Eurotunnel, near the A26 and the Port of Boulogne Calais. Moreover, the park is well-connected to the CargoBeamer rail terminal, which provides a competitive rail highway service connecting Calais to the EU's logistics and industrial hubs such as Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, France, Italy, and Spain, as well as the United Kingdom.
With a total area of 220 hectares, the park offers a range of immediately available plots ranging from 3,515 m² to 60,000 m² for custom industrial parts, food products, construction materials, special vehicles, and more.
The park's proximity to the Transmarck ZAC is an added advantage, as it offers various logistics and industrial services such as secure parking, Crossdock, and GNL service stations, as well as logistics actors and carriers for road transport services. These factors make it an ideal location for companies in the logistics and industry sectors.
The park is a regulated ZAC and benefits from a tax exemption for development taxes. Rainwater management is well taken care of on the site with ponds and watercourses, and all necessary roads and connections such as fiber, electricity, water, and gas are available. Regulatory studies have been carried out, particularly in the areas of environment and archaeology. The maximum construction height allowed is 18 meters.
The park is intended for the following companies:
- Logistics companies
- Transport companies
Major industrial players such as Alcatel Submarine Networks, Graftech, Meccano, Interor, etc. are already present.
What is the price of land in the Turquerie business park in Calais, France?
The price start at 32€/m²