The report titled “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” provides a comprehensive analysis of warehousing market in Poland. The report covers 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, Kuehne + Nagel, Yusen Logistics (Polska) Sp. z o.o., DB Schenker and Raben Group) and 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.
Poland Warehousing Market Introduction and Market Size
The warehousing industry in the country has observed a tremendous growth in terms of revenues as well as the volume handled in the past few years owing to the substantial growth in FMCG and e-commerce sector. There was a dramatic change in the logistics sector post the country’s accession to the European Union. In the past few years, global logistics companies have started building warehouses in different regions of the country (like Upper Silesia, Poznań and Szczecin) with the intent of catering to the CEE and the Western European region. The expansion in the FMCG sector has been a major factor for the increase in the retail market growth leading to a positive impact on the Poland warehouse market. The e-commerce industry in the country has substantially increased in the past few years. The growth of e-commerce industry has further increased the demand for warehousing space in the country. The growth of manufacturing and industrial sector also had a positive effect on the warehousing market in the country. In 2015, automotive, light manufacturing and retail chains had the largest share in terms of lease transaction volume.
Poland Warehousing Market Segmentation by Geographical Distribution
Warsaw is the largest and most competitive market in Poland in terms of retail space. The completion of road project in south-western suburb of Warsaw has increased the attractiveness of those areas significantly. Warsaw has the largest international airport in the country and the Warsaw Cargo Terminal is one of the largest cargo terminals in CEE. Silesia accounted for the second highest share of the total area in the warehousing market in the country after Warsaw. The city is a center for economic activity. The major driver for the growing warehousing sector in the city is abundant land, availability of cheap labour, and excellent road infrastructure. Poznan attributed to the third highest share of the total area in the warehousing market of the country in 2017
Poland Warehousing Market Segmentation by Business Model
Industrial/Retail sector is the largest contributor to the warehousing sector in terms of revenues in 2017. Container freight and inland container deport warehousing has contributed second highest share while the cold storage market contributed least revenue share to the overall market revenues. The rise in the industrial sector over the years gave an opportunity to the warehousing market to increase in numbers making a positive impact on the warehousing industry. The rising retail sector with the increased demand has elevated the requirement of warehouses in the country making a positive impact on the warehousing market. The FMCG sector has been rising over the years which have led to an increase in the demand of warehousing for the storage of products.
Poland Warehousing Market Segmentation by International and Domestic Companies
The warehousing industry in Poland is dominated by the presence of international players. One of the major reasons that can be attributed to the expansion of country’s logistics industry is the entry of international players in the market. The gradual transformation of Poland into a logistics hub of the Central and Eastern European region is on the back of these companies strategically establishing their warehouses in the country. In Poland only a few major domestic companies are present in the warehousing market. One of the major companies is DPD Polska. Other domestic companies operating in the market are usually smaller players or are 3PL service providers.
Poland Warehousing Market Future Outlook and Projections
The expansion of ports and manufacturing companies will support the growth of warehousing market in coming future. The rising FMCG and retail markets in the country will substantially augment the demand of warehousing space. Growth is supported by growing investor confidence in the domestic economy, development of road and communication infrastructure and significant increase in the e-commerce market. Owing to the growth of mining and manufacturing sector, Poland is anticipated to become one of the major manufacturing hubs in Europe. This will further propel the warehousing market in the country towards substantial growth. The fast paced growth of the E-commerce industry will provide additional momentum to the growth of the logistics industry in Poland
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