A great location and excellent infrastructure. Thanks to these factors, Gliwice is now one of the fastest growing warehouse and logistics centers in the country. In 2011, the city became host to the first logistics cluster in Upper Silesia.
What does this mean for companies operating here? How does this translate into their development and cooperation? What is important for the region? These questions will be answered during the conference: “Gliwice. Logistics. The future – Prospects for the development of logistics and warehouse market in the region around Gliwice” which will take place on March 22 at the the Hotel Silvia Gold in Gliwice.
The purpose of this conference is to present the perspectives of development of the warehouse-logistics industry in the region, as well as the preferences of tenants of logistics facilities and the latest trends in the design of warehouse and logistics complexes.
The conference will also include a panel discussion on the possibilities of business cooperation in the framework of the newly formed logistics cluster in Gliwice.
Among the experts attending the conference are Adam Neuman, Vice President of Gliwice, as well as representatives of institutions representing the logistics industry, real-estate developers, consultants, experts and investors.
The host of the conference is the Municipal Office in Gliwice. The organizer of the meeting is Bluevine Consulting, which for may years has organized series of investment seminars Prospects in Poland in major Polish cities covering the most interesting areas for investment.
“Gliwice lies at the intersection of two trans-European transport corridors, the A1 and A4 motorways, which makes it an attractive location for investors such as logistics companies, among others. The existing infrastructure network provides convenient connections not only with the rest of Poland, but also with Germany, the Czech Republic and Slovakia. In addition, a special economic zone also functions here. The value of investments presently in the region is about zł.6 billion [€1.44 bln; $1.89 bln]. Investors are also encouraged by the policies of local authorities, which makes Gliwice a business-friendly city,” said Aneta Kłodaś from Bluevine Consulting.