Joanna Sinkiewicz

Partner, Head of Industrial & Logistics Agency

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Joanna is a Partner, Head of Industrial & Logistics Agency, Cushman & Wakefield Poland. She is responsible for team coordination and supporting the key industrial projects for the tenants across Poland.

Joanna has many-year experience cooperating with tenants from various sectors such as logistics operators, distribution, retail, pharmaceutical, e-commerce and production companies.

Joanna graduated from Faculty of Law at the University of Warsaw and she is also graduate of Warsaw School of Economics, Management and Marketing Studies, with specialization in Real Estate Management. She holds the CCIM (Certified Commercial Investment Member) designation and she is SIOR member (Society of Industrial and Office Realtors) - U. S. association of professionals, serving the office and industrial real estate market of commercial property. Joanna speaks fluent English.

She gained her professional experience in real estate, working among others, at Pinnacle Poland (now PointPark Properties) and at DTZ Poland.

Joanna advised such companies as Allegro, Coca-Cola, Damco, FM Logistic, Flakt Woods, Flex, Frohe, Inpost, Jabil, Junghenrich, Kellogg, Panalpina, Phoenix Pharma, Sonoco, TRW, VMA, Unisourse, UPS and others.

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China secures top spot in index of global manufacturing location - Manufacturing Risk Index 2019 [REPORT]

Cushman & Wakefield’s Manufacturing Risk Index report shows formerly low-cost locations such as China and India are moving up the value production chain through country-sponsored support of technological adoption.

09 may 2019
New Associate joins the Industrial and Logistics Agency of Cushman & Wakefield

In early February 2018, Damian Kołata joined the Industrial and Logistics Agency of global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield as an Associate.

06 march 2019
Europe’s Eight Key Future Logistics Corridors [REPORT]

The report – ‘The Changing Face of Distribution: The Shape of Things to Come’ – states that Europe’s primary distribution corridor, from the Benelux countries to northern Italy and dubbed the logistics ‘Blue Banana’ due to its distinctive shape, has transformed into multiple corridors in response to EU expansion and new motorway additions.

30 january 2019
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