News Article Cresa Gdynia Goodman industrial logistics Poland
by Property Forum | Industrial

Hartwig Gdynia has leased 5,200 sqm of warehouse and office space in the Pomeranian Logistics Centre. The tenant was represented during negotiations by Cresa.

Hartwig Gdynia S.A. is a leading Polish logistics provider operating on the domestic and international markets. It offers comprehensive solutions in sea and air freight, road transport as well as warehouse logistics and groupage forwarding. It also provides port and bulk cargo handling services and specialist customs clearance. The company has a network of branches across Poland, including in Warsaw, Łódź, Poznań, Szczecin, Wrocław and Kraków, and in the east of the country (in Koroszczyn and Biała Podlaska), and subsidiaries in Germany, the UK and US. C. Hartwig Gdynia is part of the OT Logistics group, one of the largest TFL organisations in Central and Eastern Europe.

The new warehouse of C. Hartwig Gdynia S.A. is located at the Pomeranian Logistics Centre in Gdańsk. The company has leased approx. 5,050 sqm of warehouse space and approx. 150 sqm of office space. The logistics centre is owned by Goodman, which is currently in the process of selling its properties to GLP Group.

“As an important part of our client’s business is related to the operations of ports and container handling, we were looking for a warehouse that would be the closest to the Gdańsk Deepwater Container Terminal. In addition, other administrative benefits connected with the location of the Pomeranian Logistics Centre were the decisive factors for locating the new warehouse in this logistics park,” says Jakub Dudkiewicz, Advisor, Industrial and Warehouse Department, Cresa Poland.