Bjuv | Logistics and food cluster


In cooperation with Foodhills AB and Backahill AB, Catena has started a jointly owned company, Foodhills Fastighet AB. Catena has a 45 percent holding, Backahill 45 percent and Foodhills AB the remaining 10 percent in the property company that is headed by CEO Mikael Halling, who previously, for many years, acted as Deputy CEO and Senior Advisor for Catena.

In 2018, Foodhills Fastighet acquired the Bjuv 23:1 property, part of the Selleberga 17:1 property and the Lunnahus 4:2 property in the Municipality of Bjuv. The seller was Findus, which used the site for many years and had both its headquarters and production there. The Bjuv 23:1 property comprises several different buildings built between 1940 and 1998 with a lettable area of ​​more than 100,000 square metres.

Premises for the food production of the future

   


Foodhill’s vision for its operations in the area is to become a European leader in circular food production systems that contribute to sustainable global development. The company is partnering with others with the objective of building a global reference, test and pilot facility where innovation and knowledge are the guiding principles.

“We are creating the potential for a logistics and FMCG cluster, offering new jobs, smart solutions and coordination benefits for a sustainable society, as well as for suppliers and customers.” 

Catena’s CEO, Benny Thögersen


Area: Food cluster in Bjuv
Municipality: Municipality of Bjuv
Communications: A few kilometres from the E4 and E6 motorways
Status: Ongoing development


Would you be interested in establishing operations here?

Welcome to contact Foodhills Fastighets AB to talk about opportunities in this area.