Goodman continues to increase capacity at Gdansk as port freight doubles
Goodman Group, a leading global developer of logistics space, completed its second warehouse at the Pomeranian Logistics Centre (PLC) on June 21, increasing capacity to 88,000 sqm, reflecting strong customer demand.
The second warehouse building at Pomeranian Logistics Centre, with a total area of 36,700 sqm, allows customers from the logistics industry to take advantage of the exceptional location next to Gdansk’s deepwater container terminal (DCT) and key road connections. The centre has been 95 percent pre-leased by six third-party logistics companies, including the recent signing of Omega Pilzno. 3,500 sqm of high-quality space is still available for immediate lease.
“Omega Pilzno, a logistics operator, has offered its customers intermodal transport services for years via its maritime logistics unit in Gdynia,” Omega Pilzno deputy CEO Adam Godawski said. “The location of the warehouse near the port and the DCT terminal will complement our comprehensive offer of logistics services. It will also allow for fast and efficient customs clearance.
The port of Gdansk has experienced strong growth, with freight volumes doubling in the last ten years. Goodman is responding to this continued customer demand by preparing to build the third warehouse at PLC. All necessary approvals for the 36,000 sqm have been obtained.