Damian Kołata

Associate, Senior Business Development Manager

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Damian Kołata is an Associate in Industrial & Logistics Agency in Cushman & Wakefield.

Damian has more than ten years’ experience in international supply chain management.

He began his professional career from purchase and supply management to later coordinate cross-border movement of goods, including import and distribution logistics, and customs procedures. Next, he was responsible for optimisation of warehouse processes, coordination of logistics operations and bringing down operating costs in Eastern Europe. Damian was behind the concept of one of Ukraine’s first online stores and recently supported the opening of a distribution centre for Europe’s biggest online fashion platform.

Damian is a graduate of the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, Poznań University of Economics and Business, and Koźmiński University in Warsaw.

After hours

Great lover of Polish Ekstraklasa and Zagłębie club from his hometown - Lublin

Dedicated fun of German Gewürztraminera, especially in Sunday autumn evenings

Indefatigable taster of Ukrainian cuisine, most of all pielmieni made by his wife

Trusted user of Japanese automotive technology, which enables him not to worry about nothing else but windscreen washer fluid

Check out articles written by Damian Kołata

Amazon with a new warehouse near Łódź

Panattoni Europe is to build another logistics facility for Amazon as the sixth collaboration between the two companies. The e-commerce logistics centre totalling in excess of 44,800 sqm will be delivered in Pawlikowice near Łódź, providing permanent jobs to more than 1000 people. The investment is planned for completion by the end of 2019.

25 march 2019
Future drivers for logistics: direct-to-consumer (D2C) model

Just as Internet of Things connected equipment located in different plants via Internet, Consumer Internet of Things (CIoT) is similarly connecting consumers.

16 august 2018
Urban Logistics 2017 [REPORT]

A huge increase in urban logistics property space is required across key centres across Europe in the next few years to meet the exponential growth of eCommerce and the resultant need for last mile delivery in cities, according to a new research report from Cushman & Wakefield.

23 october 2017
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