InPost, which owns a network of parcel lockers Paczkomaty®, will launch a new 6,000 sqm logistics center in Prologis Park Chorzów. InPost was advised during the search for a suitable location and negotiation of lease conditions by Maciej Gierak and Michał Kulig from Savills, a provider of advisory services for warehouse and industrial tenants.

“Our logistics infrastructure proved to be very efficient during the last peak holiday shopping season, for which we were perfectly prepared. Next-day deliveries are a big challenge for any operator and courier, especially amid pandemic restrictions. During our 12-year presence in the Polish market, we have developed a proven logistics model that we are ready to roll out on other European markets. The secret of our efficiency also lies in our superb mobile app, owned by more than 5.7 million users in Poland. Thanks to our unique InPost Paczkomaty® parcel lockers, combined with efficient logistics and an app that none of our competitors has, we offer convenience and the most modern and innovative services on the market,” Rafał Brzoska, CEO of InPost, said.

“InPost is one of the most active tenants on the Polish logistics market and continues to see increasing demand for its services, driven by the growing popularity of e-commerce. We are delighted to have had the pleasure of advising and assisting a leader in Polish logistics in their expansion in Upper Silesia,” Maciej Gierak, Business Development Manager, Industrial Agency, Savills, added.


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