Decreased costs and new opportunities are the most important aspects that your company will gain from moving. Check the advantages of new warehouses.
2020’s headline news is that logistics real estate will continue to be driven by key trends in e-commerce, technology, and labour availability. The logistics sector’s inherent flexibility means that it can more easily adapt to changing opportunities and needs – so we expect 2020’s outlook to be bright.
Due to the pressure of quick access to end customers and the challenges of the shortest possible delivery times in the omnichannel scheme, last mile logistics is not the only issue rising in significance.
New research from global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield, reveals the last link of the eCommerce supply chain can account for 50% or more of total supply chain spend.
The record supply level and high demand prove the very good condition of the warehouse space market in Poland. In the third quarter of 2019, developers completed 868,000 sq m of warehouse space, and since the beginning of the year - almost 2 million sq m, which is a record supply level in the period from January to the end of September.
The development of e-commerce has a growing impact on the development of the industrial real estate sector. The origins can be found in the change of our shopping habits - the popularization of e-commerce has revolutionized logistics operations in warehouses. It's just the tip of the iceberg! See how e-commerce is changing the Polish warehouse market.
Small Business Units (SBUs) are rising up the agendas of firms operating on the warehouse market, a notable trend reflected in rising demand and supply levels.
Sustainable construction on the market of industrial real estate has been one of the more interesting trends in recent years. With the increase of the environmental awareness and the desire to reduce the operating costs of industrial facilities (rising costs of energy), the tenants increasingly often request that the buildings they use be energy-efficient and generally ergonomic. Are ecological warehouses the future of the market?
The Poland industrial market remains in very good health, with warehouse supply setting a new high in H1 2019, robust occupier activity and low vacancy rates. Find out more from the MARKETBEAT report: Poland Warehouse Market!
For weeks, we have been frightened with the prospect of mass emigration of Ukrainian employees to Germany due to the new legislation that makes it much easier to find employment on the other side of our Western border. Are we really about to face a serious problem and shortage of labour? Let’s examine this more closely
According to Cushman & Wakefield’s latest DNA of Real Estate Q2 2019 report, the European logistics sector continues to perform strongly with strong rental growth and investor demand driving down yield by 2bps, whereas yields in the European office and retail sectors remained flat.
Connection with the robust growth of the e-commerce market, the demand for warehouse employees will continue to rise. These employees are mainly responsible for the flow of goods within the warehouse processes, picking orders as well as for the supervision of the entire delivery process and, above all, for thereturns management. Authors of the recent report ‘How to get the hang of e-commerce in warehouses’ sheds the light on the situation of employees handling the e-commerce market in Poland’s warehouses.
The Polish industrial market offers a wide choice of suitable warehouse space to let, with achievable rents still being some of the lowest across Europe. Several key aspects are important to obtaining optimum rental rates for a tenant.
Eastern Poland continues to attract increasing interest from both Polish and overseas investors. Its cities, including Lublin, Białystok and Suwałki, are gaining favour with logistics and manufacturing firms planning to expand.