Warehouse lighting. LEDs as a source of savings

Wise lighting management can reduce electricity consumption in a warehouse by up to 90%. Find out how to save on LEDs!

13 may 2020
Impact of the pandemic on the warehouse market in Poland

COVID-19 restrictions are affecting each sector of the economy. Adrian Semaan talks about how these restrictions are reshaping the warehouse sector.

22 april 2020
Is the coronavirus pandemic a chance for warehouse sector? About e-commerce, future, and trends

How will the coronavirus pandemic affect the e-commerce industry? Damian Kołata talks about the market situation, warehouses of the future and logistics trends.

20 april 2020
Intermodal logistics - what is it?

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.

13 february 2020
Omnichannel in a warehouse. The first mile equally important as the last one

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.

16 december 2019
How does e-commerce impact the Polish warehouse market?

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.

10 october 2019
Small Business Unit - a small, big warehouse

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.

19 september 2019
Kamil Żach

Senior Negotiator

Porozmawiajmy
Eastern Poland: an investor-friendly region

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.

08 july 2019
How to get the hang of e-commerce in warehouses? [REPORT]

Warehouse stock dedicated to e-commerce in Poland has reached nearly 4 million sq m. The largest volumes of warehouse space available to online retailers are in the Łódzkie voivodeship (887,000 sq m), Lower Silesia (716,000 sq m) and Silesia (621,000 sq m). Global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield has published its pioneering research How to handle e-commerce in a warehouse?, which includes an overview of the Polish industrial market from the perspective of e-commerce and key trends having the strongest impact on the sector’s further growth.

12 june 2019
An ideal warehouse for e-commerce

Fast delivery and labour requirements are key factors in the choice of a warehouse location for e-commerce tenants in Poland, say survey respondents. What is the importance of the fit-out and standard of space? How important are automation and welfare facilities to employees?

10 june 2019
Technological innovations in warehouses - tenant bargaining chip?

Are cutting-edge warehouse technologies a trump card for developers in their competition for tenants? What high-tech innovations have recently made their way into this sector and what do they do?

13 may 2019
China secures top spot in index of global manufacturing location - Manufacturing Risk Index 2019 [REPORT]

Cushman & Wakefield’s Manufacturing Risk Index report shows formerly low-cost locations such as China and India are moving up the value production chain through country-sponsored support of technological adoption.

09 may 2019
New Associate joins the Industrial and Logistics Agency of 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.

06 march 2019
Marketbeat: Poland warehouse market - 2018 summary [REPORT]

At the end of 2018, Poland’s industrial and warehouse stock reached 15.79 million sq m. Around 2.22 million sq m of modern warehouse and industrial space was delivered to the market last year, down by just 6% on 2017’s level.

04 march 2019
Cushman & Wakefield