AliExpress opens a logistics hub in Poland

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AliExpress, a global e-commerce platform owned by the Alibaba Group, announced that the first independent logistics center in Poland has been completed and will begin operations.

The logistics hub was created in cooperation with Cainiao, the logistic arm of the platform, reported the Warsaw Business Journal.

The warehouse will serve as a fulfillment hub for AliExpress sellers shipping products directly from Poland and is the largest infrastructure investment made by AliExpress in the Central Eastern European (CEE) region. The logistics center located near ŁódÅŗ covers a total area of 10,000 square metres and is set to begin operations ahead of November's Singles Day on AliExpress, the world's largest Global Shopping Festival.

Orders sent from the logistics hub will be delivered within the guaranteed time limit of 3 days throughout Poland and should reach the largest cities the next day for some orders. The location of the hub will also be used to serv e surrounding markets such as the Czech Republic, Austria, Slovakia, and Germany. 

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