By leasing warehouse space in Gdans, tenants join this rapidly developing business landscape. The whole Pomorskie voivodeship is going through construction and transport infrastructure investment boom. The numerous initiatives are resultant to the influx of EU funds. Such strong focus on infrastructure makes the region and attractive locations in the eyes of potential investors.
What is more, the Pomeranian Special Economic Zone offers a wide variety of grants and incentives, i.e.exemption from property tax or exemption from tax on means of transport (for trucks and buses)/ Furthermore, Gdańsk can also boast an attractive offer investment sites, valued thanks to their convenient location, good connection with local road network and and suitability for large projects roll out.
Local economic growth and the influx of business has also a major impact on Gdańsk ports developemnt, in particulat the DCT (Deepwater Container Terminal) that in 2013 joined the list of the 100 largest ports in the world.
The A1 motorway, which acts as a transit route from the north to south of Poland, starts in Gdansk (Pruszcz Gdanski). The region is also intersected by two key transit pan-European transport routes: Corridor IA (Helsinki - Tallinn - Riga - Kaliningrad – Gdańsk), part of Corridor I (Helsinki - Tallinn - Riga - Kaunas - Warsaw) and Corridor VI ( Gdańsk - Katowice - Zilina ), connecting Scandinavia with Central and Eastern Europe and the Mediterranean countries .
National road No. 7 (Gdańsk - Warsaw - Krakow) and 6 (Gdynia - Szczecin) are also of key importance. In the coming years , these routes will be extended and raised the standard of roads.