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”.
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!
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.
Sustainability, including energy efficiency, in the real estate sector, is improving by the year. However, the pace of change is not fast enough to offset the growing energy demand. COVID-19 has reduced global carbon dioxide emissions and the negative impact of real estate on the natural environment. Joanna Sinkiewicz talks about what we should do to keep this trend going.
Central Poland, located at an intersection of Poland’s two main motorways, is one of the largest industrial markets in the country. Its logistics locations boast many advantages and the region itself continues to enjoy a growth potential despite its size.
Poland is a hotspot for data center development thanks to its low power costs and small hurricane risk
Warsaw is one of the top ten cities for data center development in the category of power cost and environmental risk, reveals Global Data Center Market Comparison, a report from Cushman & Wakefield.
A lease agreement for warehouse space may contain troublesome clauses concerning the surrender and ordinary wear & tear of leased warehouse space. The tenant should know how to interpret them already at the stage of contract negotiations.
Water recycling can help reduce clean water consumption in a building by up to 50% and water service charges by up to 90%, reveals global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield in its recent report Industrial Goes Green, which contains a comprehensive review of the most popular sustainable solutions in the warehouse sector.
An e-commerce dedicated warehouse is different from a traditional warehouse which most of us associate with pallet handling, racks and large forklifts. E-commerce warehouses tend to feature sizable handling zones where goods like for example clothes, are checked, packed and labelled following the addition of leaflets, samples and invoices to parcels.
When making a decision to change your warehouse location, you need to know how to prepare for it and what to include in the technical specification of the new facility.
COVID-19 restrictions are affecting each sector of the economy. Adrian Semaan talks about how these restrictions are reshaping the warehouse sector.