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The first quarter of 2020 ended on the industrial market with good results on both the demand and supply side. Poland’s total warehouse stock surpassed the 19 million sq m mark
COVID-19 restrictions are affecting each sector of the economy. Adrian Semaan talks about how these restrictions are reshaping the warehouse sector.
How will the coronavirus pandemic affect the e-commerce industry? Damian Kołata talks about the market situation, warehouses of the future and logistics trends.
"A black swan, a white flag or a green island? How to adapt a warehouse to the new reality?” the first online meeting dedicated for companies operating on the Polish real estate market. During the online event, which will be conducted by Damian Kołata, we will answer the question how the warehouse market will look like after the COVID-19 pandemic.
Will the coronavirus pandemic accelerate the development of e-commerce? Based on events in China, we can guess how the warehouse market will change. Find out what development chances the current crisis may give for the companies.
2019 was another very successful year for the Polish warehouse market. Both developers and tenants remain extremely active, as shown by the record supply of over 2.7 million sq m and the high demand, which has reached 4 million sq m for the third consecutive year.
Intermodal logistics is becoming an increasingly important part of the supply chain. This forces the growing importance of Asian economies and the trend of minimising the carbon footprint by reducing wheeled transport.
The year 2019 ended with a record increase in modern warehouse space in Poland. The total demand for the third year in a row reached 4 million sq m.
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.