Poland is becoming a major industrial and logistics hub for western Europe companies that are present on this market or planning projects in central and eastern Europe.Due to it’s geographical location,Poland is in strong position to become a bridge connecting western markets and central Europe. Poland connects western and eastern Europe and plays an important role in intra — European freight transports. Also Poland has four important freight ports along the Baltic sea in Gdansk, Gdynia, Swinoujscie and Szczecin.
Total warehouse space in Poland is on the rise, with the Polish on – line trade market growing 20% annually the growth in space is also expected to continue. By the early 2021 there will be more than 18 million space in Poland — it’s triple of what it was  10 years ago. Poland will be securing additional space to safeguard against potential supply – chain disruptions in the future.
The pandemic had already accelerated the demand for warehouse space.Poland’s industrial sector display’s resilience to pandemic. The growth of e – commerce space is the single most dominant factor influencing the market.The number of parcels in Poland may reach over 500 million per year. Exponential growth of online retail has resulted in a record amount of space being leased.
Warehouses have also been a bright spot on the investment market as they proved their immunity to the covid pandemic.Investors continue to drawn to the sector’s income stability and shift their allocations away from retail to warehouses.This segment of logistics real estate has the highest potential for rental growth going forward.In the next years we expect large logistics opening.
On the one hand, there will be small players who are just entering the market or offering niche products, there are also large companies where adaptability of buildings is particularly important. Tenants expect facilities individually tailored to the process corresponding to their business.And rise in green solutions, the investors and occupiers require their buildings to be more sustainable.
Apart from e — commerce and online stores,IT companies are also looking for modern warehouse space for Data centres, it is relatively new source of demand for warehouses in Poland.
This segment need to Accelerate fast to meet the demand, as there is still a gulf between us and the most developed e – commerce markets. And we expect robust growth as we try to catch up the market. Sometimes these opportunity is hindered by administrative procedures and lack of infrastructure.
Above all the warehouse and industrial space market in Poland continues to thrive and expected to remain healthy in the coming quarters.

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