More Polish fashion in Europe from the expanded LPP SA warehouse in SEGRO Logistics Park Stryków
The intensively developing Polish clothing company LPP SA has decided to expand its distribution center in the logistics park in Stryków
Taking into account the dynamic development of the e-commerce sector and growing customer requirements, LPP SA needed a new 16,000 m2 of warehouse, thanks to which the building it occupies now has an area of 46,400 m2. The extension of the facility began in the second half of 2018 and lasted only four months. The distribution center supports the e-commerce channel of LPP SA, and its products are shipped not only to Poland, but also to Great Britain, Germany, the Baltic States, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania and Hungary.
Top Polish clothing company, LPP SA, the owner of such brands as Reserved, Mohito, Cropp, House and Sinsay, consistently implements its strategy of striving to achieve the status of a global brand. When developing its business, it focuses on innovation and modern solutions, also in the case of the distribution center, which already sends over a dozen million items of products annually not only to Poland, but also to many foreign markets.
After the expansion, the warehouse has forty docks, six combi-docks that enable the service of both delivery and commercial vehicles, thanks to which it is possible to complete orders faster and four "0" docks. The building also features innovative solutions - thanks to the installation of air curtains over eight docks, heat loss was minimized, and thus the facility became more energy-efficient. Similarly to the one built in 2017, modern LED luminaires were also installed in the new part, contributing to the reduction of electricity consumption by over 30%. Additional skylights and partially glazed blocks in the order picking area ensure maximum access to daylight and increase the comfort of work for employees. Thanks to these and other modern solutions in the area of sustainable development, the building received the BREEAM certificate with a Very Good rating.
In order to improve the daily operation of the distribution center, a system that automatically recognizes license plates has also been introduced, which has a positive effect on the communication fluidity of suppliers and employees and increases safety.
- We are glad that such a dynamically developing company as LPP SA has once again trusted SEGRO and entrusted us with further expansion. We try to provide all our clients with development opportunities in the location they have chosen as optimal for their business and we are proud that we have managed to do so also this time - says Waldemar Witczak, Regional Director of SEGRO. - The development of LPP in Stryków is one of the many examples showing that Stryków is a perfect place for a distribution center.
The SEGRO logistics park in Stryków, established in 2006, is one of the developer's flagship parks in this part of Europe. Located close to the junction of the A1 and A2 motorways, it provides customers with efficient deliveries in all directions. Ultimately, the entire facility may be expanded to almost 400,000 m2 of warehouse, cross-docking and production space.
SEGRO, a company with the status of a Real Estate Investment Trust ("REIT"), is a leading owner, manager and developer of modern warehouse and production space. The company owns or manages a real estate portfolio of over 6.9 million square meters worth 10 billion pounds, and its services are provided to clients from various sectors of industry. The company's real estate is concentrated in key agglomerations and transport nodes in ten European countries, mainly in Great Britain, France, Germany and Poland.
The company started its operations in Central Europe at the beginning of 2006. The developer is currently investing in such strategic locations as: Gdańsk, Gliwice, Łódź, Poznań, Praga, Stryków, Tychy, Warsaw and Wrocław.
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