Analysts at Ken Research in their latest publication “Poland Warehousing Market Outlook to 2022 – By Geography (Warsaw, Silesia, Poznan, and Others), by Business Model (Industrial/Retail/Agriculture, Container Freight and Cold Storage) and by International and Domestic Companies” believe that diversification, automation in warehousing and entry of global players into the country for setting up warehouses will derive the growth in the warehousing industry in Poland. The Polish warehousing market is expected to register a positive CAGR of 3.89% for the forecast period of 2018-2022.
Poland warehousing market size, market segmentations by Geography (Warsaw, Silesia, Poznan, and Others), by Business Model (Industrial/Retail/Agriculture, Container Freight and Cold Storage) and by International and Domestic Companies, competitive landscape of major players in Poland logistics market (PKP Cargo, DSV Group, Yusen Logistics (Polska) Sp. z o.o., Kuehne + Nagel In, DB Schenker, Raben Group), future outlook and projections. The report also presents with Value Chain Analysis in Poland Warehousing Market, Cross Comparison of Various Regions in Poland on the Basis of Headline Rent, Effective Rent and Vacancy Rate, Classification of Major Warehousing Hubs in Poland (Warsaw, Upper Silesia, Poznań, Central Poland, Wroclaw, Szczecin, Tri-city, Kraków, Bydgoszcz & Toruń and Eastern Poland) and future technological developments in the warehousing market in Poland.
- Distribution centres and warehouses in Poland are upgrading their technology to increase efficiency, accuracy and overall productivity.
- There demand for warehousing space is rising, owing to the growth of the e-commerce industry in the country which has attracted a number of international players towards Poland.
Poland is gradually becoming a manufacturing hub for a variety of industries in Europe. The FMCG, automotive, furniture, agriculture, e-commerce and a number of other industries have shown tremendous growth in the past few years. With the growth of these industries, the warehousing market in the country has also witnessed increase in demand. This has further boosted the investor confidence into the market. The expansion of ports and the road infrastructure will support the growth in the warehousing market. Various logistics giants are planning to invest in the Polish warehousing market by opening warehouses in the country. The fast paced growth of the E-commerce industry and entry of global players like Amazon into the Poland will provide additional momentum to the growth of the warehousing industry in the country. The increase in the demand for perishable goods such as meat and sea food, agricultural products, frozen food, dairy products, pharmaceutical products and others will drive the demand for cold storage facilities in the country. The strategic location of the country, connecting Western Europe to the CEE (Central and Eastern Europe) is also one of the major factor because of which companies are now establishing their logistics hub in Poland. Amendments to the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS 16), which will come into force in 2019, will lead to more international companies purchasing strategic production and logistics facilities than to conclude long-term lease contracts.
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