Aviva Investors has bought a new logistics warehouse in the Netherlands on behalf of one of its mandates.

The global asset management arm of the insurer Aviva bought the building at Bosporusstraat 51 on the Distripark Maasvlakte as a forward purchase from Euro-Rijn Group for an undisclosed amount.

The 40,000sqm asset consists of two adjoining logistics buildings with accompanying office facilities.

Aviva Investors said the deal represents its third purchase of logistics assets in the region during the last six months, having acquired two logistics assets in Waalwijk and Waddinxveen in November last year.

George Fraser-Harding, real estate investments, Aviva Investors, said: “We are delighted with the acquisition of this logistics facility which expands on our existing presence in the Netherlands, one of Europe’s most established logistics hubs.”