Cushman & Wakefield experts have prepared an up-to-date map of warehouse space in Poland. Check the latest warehouse locations!
Cushman & Wakefield expert has conducted a second comprehensive survey among developers and leading logistics operators in Poland that illustrates the growth of the Polish e-commerce warehouse market.
According to its data, total warehouse take-up in the first three months of this year reached 1.56 million sq m while the development pipeline hit a record 4.8 million sq m. What are the report’s other findings?
With the rise of e-commerce and omnichannel, creating an efficient warehouse or fulfilment centre is becoming an increasingly pressing challenge. Dedicated e-commerce warehouses are emerging as a key link in supply chains while their expansion is being powered by continuously growing demand.
Freight and cargo transportation frequently involves more than one mode of transportation. The transfer of goods requires plenty of space, capabilities and processing multiple documents. Transloading terminals are built for this purpose.
A marketing campaign for a warehouse can run through multiple channels. It comprises several measures which can help sell a logistics facility successfully.
For a warehouse to function successfully, its space should be appropriately adapted to warehousing operations and processes to ensure it runs efficiently and smoothly. It is therefore essential that appropriate warehouse zones are set up.
Marketbeat: Record levels of leasing and development activity - summary of Q4 2021 on the Polish industrial market
In 2021, total warehouse take-up soared to 7.5 million sq m. 3.1 million sq m of industrial space came on stream last year. The development pipeline at the end of December 2021 stood at an all-time high of 4.5 million sq m. Looking ahead, warehouse rental rates are expected to edge up.
Lublin - a city commonly associated with rapid progress, both in economic and social terms, which allowed it to join the ranks of the most attractive Polish cities to live and conduct business.
What plots are attracting the strongest investor interest? What regions are being targeted and why? These questions are addressed in another article in our series “The Tenant’s Guide”.
Spadek pustostanów i dynamiczny wzrost wolumenu inwestycji – międzynarodowa firma doradcza Cushman & Wakefield podsumowuje II kwartał 2021 roku na polskim rynku magazynowym.
Product diversification on the industrial market is a multi-faceted process that has gathered pace in recent years. Newly-developed warehouse projects may vary considerably in many respects. Find out how they differ across Poland!
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, warehouse take-up hit a record high of 1.6 million sq m, reveals an industrial market summary for Q1 2021 released by global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield. The strongest leasing activity was reported in Poznań, the Warsaw area, Upper Silesia and Central Poland.
Developers more and more often consider smaller warehouse modules, especially on the Warsaw market. Such facilities are called Small Business Units (SBUs) and typically provide between 500 and 1,500 sq m of warehouse space.