Car producer Volkswagen has signed a deal regarding the construction of a modern logistics center in Komorniki near Poznań, western Poland.
The location gives direct access to the A2 highway, connecting Poznań and Świecko near the German border.
The total size of the center will amount to 30,000 sqm, making it the 7th largest such complex in Poland in terms of area. As stated by Ralf Jochen Berckman, the CEO of Volkswagen's Polish division, the large area will allow for an increase in the firm's productivity and efficiency.
The company hopes that new center will allow them to provide same day delivery for its customers. The complex will be build as part of SEGRO Logistics Park Poznań.
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