GTFL, represented by global tenant-only advisory firm Cresa, has taken more than 3,500 sqm of warehouse and office space in Hillwood Błonie I, near Warsaw.
GTFL, a Polish rapid-transport logistics company specializing in fast moving consumer goods (partial, package cargo and full truck load) operating both within Poland and internationally, has already moved into Hillwood Błonie I, a 23,500 sqm logistics park in Błonie, 31 km west of the Polish capital.
The park occupies a prime location close to national road no. 92 and the A2 motorway, which links Berlin and Moscow, at the Tłuste junction. It is also close to Warsaw’s western ring road, providing efficient access to Gdańsk and Katowice. GTFL has moved to Błonie its headquarters from Grodzisk Mazowiecki.
Piotr Godlewski, president of GTFL, said: “Having expanded rapidly, GTFL sought a new warehouse that would meet its growing needs. With many of our clients coming from the FMCG sector, it was important to find a facility with a sufficient number of docks and a strategic location that allows easy access to our clients, both local and abroad.”
Jowita Spiżarska, industrial and warehouse advisor at Cresa Polska, said: “Warsaw remains the largest industrial and warehouse market in Poland. Although the city has substantial supply, finding warehouse space for immediate occupancy with an option to expand can be challenging. We are pleased to have been able to assist GTFL in procuring space in a strategic location that will accommodate its future growth.”