Cresa Publishes a Revised Warehouse Map
Real estate advisory firm Cresa has updated its widely acclaimed “Warehouse and Industrial Map of Poland”, which is a guide to the Polish logistics market and a must-read for all tenants and investors. The publication is the latest and most up-to-date report on the market. It presents the geographical locations of warehouse facilities and the existing and planned road infrastructure across Poland.
The map includes 11 core regions of Poland: the Warsaw conurbation, comprising two zones, Central Poland, Upper and Lower Silesia, Krakow, Poznań, Tricity, Bydgoszcz, Toruń, Szczecin and Eastern Poland (Białystok, Lublin and Rzeszów). Its latest feature is Western Poland: the vicinity of Zielona Góra, Krosno Odrzańskie, Gorzów, Bolesławiec, Zgorzelec, Słubice and Świebodzin.
The map shows the geographical locations of warehouse schemes in the regions and illustrates the potential of each in terms of their existing and future road infrastructure and logistics corridors.
“We are pleased that Cresa’s map has become a signpost for many tenants not only for meetings with advisors, but also for management board meetings. The decision of where to locate or relocate a warehouse and to extend a network of facilities is of strategic importance. A number of factors that could foster or hamper growth need to be taken into account,” says Tom Listowski, Partner, Head of Industrial and Warehouse, Central and Eastern Europe, Cresa. “Having the right tools at hand greatly facilitates operations. That’s why we develop such resources as our map and are glad to make them available to our business partners.”
“The Warehouse and Industrial Map of Poland” published by Cresa is available in a printed version only. To receive a copy, please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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