Logistics industry getting stronger and stronger in Warsaw

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Qlink Logistics Solutions, a logistics company, has decided to extend and increase the leased warehouse and office space in the Panattoni Park Pruszków II warehouse park near Warsaw, according to a report by the Warsaw Business Journal.

Qlink was supported in the negotiation process by the consulting company CBRE.

"Recent years have been a period of dynamic expansion and development of our business on the Vistula for us. The growing group of clients and the range of services we provide for them oblige us to operate efficiently and without downtime. This is especially important today, in times that are very demanding for the warehouse and logistics industry. Extending the contract and increasing the space we occupy in Pruszków is the best example of this," Iwona Węglicka, president of the management board of Qlink Logistics Solutions, said.

Qlink has been providing logistics services since 2011. It focuses mainly on supporting clients in the area of operational optimization – transport, storage, purchasing, and assistance in business development, including sales and marketing.

"This is the third transaction recently in which we had the pleasure to advise and support Qlink. I am very pleased with the intensive development of this company, operating in a rapidly developing and changing market. The re-selection of Panattoni Park Pruszków II was the most optimal decision for our client. The perfect location and quality of the space leased, cooperation with the developer of the facility, and knowledge of the project are indisputable arguments," Kamila Joszczuk, associate director at the industrial and logistics space rental department at CBRE, added.

Panattoni Park Pruszków II is a project of three warehouse halls with a total area of over 69,000 sqm. These are class A buildings, offering the highest quality warehouse and office space, tailored to the needs of customers from various industries.

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