With the UK’s transition period coming to an end on the 31st of December 2020, many online retailers are considering locating stock in Central Europe European warehouses to fulfil continental orders.
Central Europe, and especially Poland and Czech Republic, has grown to be a significant logistic hub and so it’s no surprise to see Amazon with fulfilment centres in these countries. That should give you a hint that, whilst Germany and France might seem obvious choices it might be worth considering other Central Europe locations.
Due to excellent geolocation, vast offer of warehouses, technological development and attractive labour force, Central Europe has become a leading destination for ecommerce leaders like Amazon, Zalando or The HUT Group. The region’s industrial space is ever more in demand as more UK retailers and e-retailers are seeking to move part of their stock to continental Europe with end of transition period.
Together with industrial and logistics experts from Cushman & Wakefield, DIT Poland brings you this webinar on the offer of the warehousing and logistics sector in Poland and Czech Republic. Dedicated to all UK business who looking for smooth access to their customers and suppliers post EU Exit.