Polish logistics provider Logwin has extended its sales office in Krakow and is now organising global air and sea freight shipments for companies across the region.
Logwin says expansion has been driven by a solid client base and increasing transport volumes, particularly in exports. Operational employees have been based in Krakow, which is Poland’s second largest city and lies in the south of the country and close to the Czech border, since July.
The area is taking on a growing importance within the logistics sector after infrastructure investment and special funding packages have created incentives for many foreign companies to establish operations there.
Logwin employs around 300 people and operates at seven locations across Poland – three operational sites in Gdynia, Krakow and Warsaw, two sales offices in Wroclaw and Poznan and two warehouses in Nadarzyn and Piaseczno.
It bundles customers’ goods in the ports of Gdansk and Gdynia and performs consolidated transport to other parts of the country amounting to around 20 to 30 containers per month.