Postnord TPL’s new logistics centre in Airport City Gothenburg.
Architectural vision: Krook & Tjäder architects

Property developer Landvetter Logistik Center, jointly owned by Bockasjö and Swedavia, has signed an agreement with Postnord TPL to build a new logistics centre in Airport City Gothenburg, right next to Gothenburg Landvetter Airport.

“We are looking forward to working with Postnord TPL and being entrusted with the development of another new logistics centre together. This will be our third project with Postnord TPL and our fifth with the Postnord Group. The project also represents an important milestone in the development of Airport City Gothenburg. Ours will be the third logistics building in the area, which means that the airport’s first logistics park is now fully established,” says Joakim Hedin, CEO of Bockasjö and CEO of Landvetter Logistik Center.

Postnord TPL will lease the entire new property, which has a leasable area of 46,000 m2 and will be completed in two stages. The first phase totals approximately 20,000 m2 and will be ready for occupancy on 1 June 2020. The remaining part of the building is expected to be ready for occupancy in autumn 2020. The property is Green Building labelled with low energy consumption, and comes ready to be equipped with solar cells.

“We have enjoyed a close partnership and had good experiences when working with Bockasjö on new constructions, and Landvetter Logistik Center was the operator who could meet our wishes when it came to size of the property and the schedule,” says Mårten Koshko, Business Development Manager at Postnord TPL.

Bockasjö and Swedavia formed the joint venture company Landvetter Logistik Center AB in 2015.


With its registered office in Borås, Bockasjö Group operates in property development with a focus on logistics in Scandinavia and property management. The Group is equally owned by Joakim Hedin and Paul Frankenius.

Swedavia is a group that owns, runs and develops 10 airports throughout Sweden. Our role is to create the accessibility Sweden requires to facilitate travel, business and meetings. Satisfied and safe travelers are the foundation of Swedavia’s business. Swedavia is a global leader in the development of airports with the lowest possible environmental impact. The group has annual sales of over SEK 5 billion and has 3,100 employees.

Joakim Hedin, CEO Landvetter Logistik Center AB, phone +46 (0)705-21 53 00, e-mail
Swedavia’s press department phone +46 (0)10-10 90 100, e-mail