Langowski Shipping leases warehouse space in Gdańsk

Langowski Shipping, a Polish company operating in the transport, shipping and logistics industries, has signed a lease agreement for 3,500 sq m of space in Pomeranian Logistics Centre in Gdańsk, developed by Goodman. Experts from JLL represented Langowski Shipping during the process of selecting new warehouse location and negotiation of lease terms.

Tomasz Langowski, Managing Director, Langowski Shipping, comments: “Due to our business profile, Langowski Shipping established its location in close proximity to the Port of Gdynia's harbor. Because of the rapid development of our services to destinations worldwide, we also decided to launch another unit in the vicinity of the Deepwater Container Terminal in Gdańsk – the newest and most modern container terminal in Poland.”

Mateusz Iłowiecki, Senior Consultant, Industrial Department, JLL, comments: “Pomeranian Logistics Centre offers warehouse space of the highest quality, located in direct proximity to the Deepwater Container Terminal in Gdańsk. Such a location allows for swift and comfortable trans-shipment of both exported and imported goods as well as complex services for clients. We are glad that we had the opportunity to support Langowski Shipping in selecting such a convenient location for its business development.”

“We are delighted that Langowski Shipping will continue to grow thanks to unique features of our flagship property – the Pomeranian Logistics Centre. PLC’s customers from various industries can benefit from its ideal location adjacent to the Deepwater Container Terminal, the proximity of a well-developed transport network and simplified customs procedures. Goodman’s flexible offer caters both for dynamically growing Polish companies such as Langowski, for which we develop ready-to-lease warehouse space, and customers looking for larger formats, to whom we offer BTS (build-to-suit) solutions”, says Maciej Madejak, Head of Business Development, Goodman Poland.

Pomeranian Logistics Centre comprises warehouse schemes located in Gdańsk, developed and owned by Goodman. This multimodal logistics centre links Poland with other countries by rail, road and sea. Furthermore, the complex is conveniently located, just nine kilometers from the centre of Gdańsk and 23 kilometers from the Lech Wałęsa Airport in Gdańsk. The warehouses are also accessible via the S6 expressway and A1 motorway.

Mateusz Iłowiecki