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Opr./edited TC 22 January 2020

POLAND Inpost is to open a 9,100 sqm sorting plant in KJF Park Balice in the greater Kraków area.

“In 2019, we started investing in new sorting plants all over Poland, as a consequence of which we can efficiently carry out deliveries to 6,000 parcel stations across the country – including in small towns and rural areas. We are continuing this strategy this year – the logistics centres we plan to open will give us stronger growth while maintaining the best parcel delivery standards,” insists Rafał Brzoska, the CEO of Inpost.

In 2020, the company will increase the number of its sorting plants to eleven: four in Panattoni parks, an existing central sorting facility in the P3 Piotrków warehouse park (which is to be enlarged), two sorting centres in new logistics parks (7R Park Sosnowiec and 7R Park Warsaw) as well as facilities in MLP Poznań West, MLP Gliwice, MLP Wrocław West and this latest, BTS project in KJF Park Balice. Axi Immo acted as an advisor in the latter transaction.

“The biggest challenge was to find a suitable site in a location with rapid access to the different districts of Kraków. There is a shortage of investment sites in the region – all the more so in those parts of the city with good transport links. And not every area is suitable for cross-dock developments. The client-friendly approach of the owner of KJF Park Balice, the KJ fund, as well as the clear requirements of the tenant has enabled this project to go forward smoothly,” adds Tomasz Rąba, a senior industrial and logistics consultant at Axi Immo.

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