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.
In the heart of the Lower Silesia region, construction works have started on S5 Wrocław North Gate, with 62,000 sqm planned. The first tenant, claiming in excess of 32,500 sqm, is GEFCO Poland – a supplier of integrated logistics services. The project will comply with the criteria of BREEAM In-Use certification.
Panattoni Europe is to build another logistics facility for Amazon as the sixth collaboration between the two companies. The e-commerce logistics centre totalling in excess of 44,800 sqm will be delivered in Pawlikowice near Łódź, providing permanent jobs to more than 1000 people. The investment is planned for completion by the end of 2019.
SMA Magnetics has leased nearly 14,000 sq m of manufacturing and office space at Goodman Kraków Airport Logistics Centre. The tenant was represented in the transaction by Konrad Jacewicz and Michał Sikora from global real estate services firm 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.
The European Union has and continues to set general standards and guidelines for sustainable business practice, which cover freight transport, and energy and operating efficiencies.
As Europe's population increasingly succumbs to the convenience of online shopping, the ongoing structural shift from retail to warehouse space is gaining momentum.
Just as Internet of Things connected equipment located in different plants via Internet, Consumer Internet of Things (CIoT) is similarly connecting consumers.
Euro-Net Sp. z o.o., represented by global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield, has signed a pre-let for 1,860 sq m of office and warehouse space at Prologis Park Poznań III, Prologis’ first Small Business Unit (SBU) project underway in Poznań.
The existing set of tools used to support direct investments in Poland is changing. Going forward, this may lead to a reduction in the scale of new projects breaking ground and to changes to project management.