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Polish Post to spend PLN 1 bln

15 November 2017

POLAND By 2021 the Polish Post (Poczta Polska) is to invest nearly PLN 1 bln in a new logistic network including a Central Logistics Hub.

The location of the gigantic sorting plant, which is to service e-commerce orders, is to be published within the next few months although the centre is certain to be connected to the Port Solidarność airport, which the government plans to build.

In 2016 the Post delivered over 65 mln parcels, which is projected to increase to 110 mln annually within five years with the number of traditional letters predicted to decline over the same period from 1.87 bln in 2016 to 1.5 bln by 2021. “We want the Polish Post to be a company with an international reach, a logistic operator that coordinates trade between Europe and China as well as other Asian countries. The Post Office’s vision is for development to be closely coordinated with the infrastructural development plans the country. We want the Port Solidarność and the Polish Post’s Central Logistics Hub to have good transport links create profits together,” said Andrzej Adamczyk the minister of infrastructure and construction.

According to the government the sorting station will make it possible to accept later orders (after 3 p.m.)while at the same time offering next day delivery and even offering delivery to institutional clients before 8 a.m.

“The Polish Post has signed a partnership agreement with the Chinese Post for the transport of goods on the so-called New Silk Road. We’ve also signed a memorandum with the Kazakhstan Post and we are also working with our partners from the Visegrád Group. The decision to transform out logistics network and construct a central hub is strategically important because without considerable investment in logistics infrastructure the Post Office’s network will be overloaded within the next few years and the period for deliveries will have to be extended. We are planning to invest PLN 1 bln in the restructuring our logistics network by 2021, of which PLN 900 mln will be spent between 2018 and 2019,” says Przemysław Sypniewski, president of the Polish Post.


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