This potential is already hugely appreciated by leading foreign investors, such as Volkswagen, GlaxoSmithKline or Amazon, who chose Poznań as a distribution and light production hub.
Pozanan’s strategic location provides a number of opportunities to organize distribution across Poland and other coutries. The A2 motorway (part of the main transit corridor from Western Europe to Russia), running from Polish-German border, west to east through the country, ensures access to Berlin (through A12 autobahn), Warsaw and other central Polish regions.
In Łódź it intersects with A1 motorway, that is part of European route E75 (Gdańsk - Poznan - Wroclaw – Prague). Such attractive transport road along with a strong workforce base and investment incentives offered by Special Economic Zones in Greater Poland induce companies across the western boarder to relocate and run distribution from Poznan logistics facilities.
The growing interest in warehouse space in Poznan is closely observed by leading industrial developers, who act proactively in order to meet the demand of new tenants. Resultantly, modern industrial space for rent is offered not only in existing logistics parks, but also in facilities that are yet to be constructed. That includes the so-called BTS developments (established in line with tenant’s specific requirements) that can be developed thanks to Poznan’s attractive investment landbank offers portfolio.