E-commerce in Poland Already Occupies More than a Quarter of all Storage Space
In Poland, more than 25% of storage space is already occupied for e-commerce needs, according to Cushman & Wakefield based on data from the study. The number of different types of storage space in the country is growing more and more dynamically. There are many large logistics hubs that are aimed at serving the needs of the e-commerce industry.
In the previous two years, almost 200 thousand square meters were built, and in the next two years it is planned to commission another 300 thousand square meters of storage space. A Cushman & Wakefield study shows that over 70% of household appliances in Poland are already sold through online sales channels. Further development of the situation in the world, especially the outbreak of the pandemic, suggests that these indicators will only grow in the near future, and at an increased rate.
Poland is one of the leading European countries in terms of the dynamics of the e-commerce market, and Polish consumers are becoming more demanding on delivery conditions, that is, the delivery speed should be as high as possible, which affects the number and location of warehouses with goods that are sold via the Internet.
Source Cushman & Wakefield