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Central Poland
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Central Poland

Central Poland is anchored by Łódź Province. Łódź is catching up with the national average as its GDP is growing quickly, but is currently below the nation’s average.

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Northern Poland
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Northern Poland

The economic center of Northern Poland is the Tri-City area, comprised of Gdansk, Gdynia and Sopot. The three cities, set on Poland’s Baltic Sea coast, represent an expanding consumer market with a population of more than 1 million people.

Home to several universities, Northern Poland is a prosperous, highly educated and highly connected region. Gdansk is a center for business process outsourcing.

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Poznan
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Poznan

Midway between Berlin and Warsaw and an important trade center since the Middle Ages, Poznań is the economic and administrative center of Poland’s Wielkopolska region. With a population of 1.4 million, it is the fifth-largest metropolitan area in Poland. An economic powerhouse with the second-biggest local economy after Warsaw, Poznań has the highest GDP per capita and the lowest level of unemployment of any city in Poland.

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Szcecin
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Szcecin

Szczecin, situated at the mouth of the Oder River on the Szczecin Lagoon, is an important economic and cultural hub in Northwest Poland. With a population of about 407,000—and a broader metropolitan population of 690,000—it is an important node for domestic and international trade and transit.

 

 

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Upper Silesia
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Upper Silesia

Upper Silesia, located in the south of Poland bordering the Czech Republic and Slovakia, is the most industrialized and urbanized of Poland’s 16 provinces. The 70-plus cities in the region have a total population of approximately 4.8 million people.

Katowice, the economic, industrial, cultural and administrative capital of Upper Silesia, has a population of about 310,000. Important industries in Upper Silesia include coal mining, iron and steel production, power plants and chemicals. Several auto companies have manufacturing operations in the region.

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Warsaw
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Warsaw

With a population of about 1.7 million, Warsaw is the dynamic, sprawling capital of Poland—a nation of 38 million that is rapidly integrating into the global economy.  Measured by purchasing power parity, Poland has grown into the world’s 25th-largest economy.

Warsaw is Poland’s political, financial, cultural and commercial capital. Thanks to rising consumption and a growing volume of trade—spurred by Poland’s membership in the European Union—Warsaw is an important regional and international center for distribution and logistics.

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Wroclaw
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Wroclaw

With a population of 631,000, Wroclaw is the fourth-largest city in Poland and the capital of the province of Lower Silesia. The broader metropolitan area has more than 1 million people, about one-third of the total population of Lower Silesia.

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Prologis in Poland

Active in the country since 1997, Prologis is Poland’s leading provider of industrial warehouse facilities and the most experienced industrial developer in the country. The company’s parks are in Poland’s most strategic locations, including Gdańsk, Szczecin, Warsaw, Stryków, Poznań, Wrocław and Katowice, ensuring efficient access to a broad network of international transportation routes. The company offers industrial warehouse and distribution buildings plus land for development in Poland.

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Facts about Prologis in Poland

  • 26 Million Square Feet of Industrial Real Estate Space
  • 116 Logistics Real Estate Buildings
  • 513 Acres of Land
Data as of September 30, 2017 for assets the company owned or had investments in, on a wholly owned basis or through co-investment ventures, properties and development projects.

Properties in Poland

The image shown is distrobution center, Wroclaw III DC1, located in Wroclaw, Poland.

Wroclaw III DC1

Wroclaw, Poland

The only structure of its kind in the airport’s immediate vicinity, with around-the-clock security and innovative technology that combines to create...

The image shown is BREEAM certified warehouse Szczecin DC2, located in Goleniow, Poland.

Szczecin DC2

Goleniów, Poland

This 120,550 SF (12,000 SQM) modern distribution center has a BREEAM “Pass” accreditation. Features of this sustainably designed warehouse include a...

The image shown is industrial warehouse, Teresin DC2B, located in Warsaw, Poland.

Teresin DC2B

Teresin, Poland

This modern industrial distribution complex has its own railway siding and access to the DK92 and A2 motorway (Wiskitki Junction), offering ideal...