It will be the first building of the 3.5 billion euros investment that will be born in Sines. The
promoters anticipate “one of the biggest GAV creators in the country”. It was presented with pomp and
circumstance in April, at an event attended by the Prime Minister, António Costa. Five months
later, Sines 4.0 is ready to jump from paper to field. The first building of Start Campus project
should represent an investment of 100 to 110 million euros.
Start Campus Connecting the World
Business Focus Magazine The rapid pace of digital transformation is driving an everincreasing amount of data creation, storage and use. This has resulted in increased demand for data centre capacity, a trend that is set to continue, driven specifically by ‘hyperscalers’, i.e. companies that dominate the public cloud and hybrid cloud services industries, such as […]Read More