PEKAES launches new terminal to enhance logistics between Poland and Germany

2021/04/30 at 9:02 AM

PEKAES, the Polish leading logistics operator, has added a new distribution terminal to its network. It is located in Kalisz, Greater Poland Voivodeship. Launching the facility is a part of the company’s strategy to improve goods distribution between Poland and Germany.

Illustrative picture. PEKAES terminal in Lublin, source: PEKAES
Illustrative picture. PEKAES terminal in Lublin, source: PEKAES

As road freight between Poland and Germany is growing year by year, PEKAES, a major logistics company in Poland, has decided to expand its network of distribution terminals. To this end, the operator launched its new, 21st, branch in Kalisz, the second-largest city of Greater Poland Voivodeship.

“The PEKAES terminal in Kalisz comprises a link for deliveries between Poznań and Łódź, Warsaw and Berlin. For years, we have been seen record increases in the volume of cargo that we transport between Poland and our western neighbour. Branch in Kalisz strengthens our distribution network significantly,” explained Maciej Bachman, President of the Management Board of PEKAES.

Further plans

The Kalisz terminal of PEKAES is located in the southwestern part of the industrial zone of the city. It has an area of 3,000 square metres and meets the highest. The close vicinity of the national road No. 25 and the A2 motorway provides excellent connections in all directions of Poland.

PEKAES is planning to increase the capacity of the new distribution terminal. “It is not the end of our investments, along with the business development, we plan to expand the terminal space in Kalisz, following the path of further expansion of our distribution network,” added the company’s chairman.

Modern terminals

Over the last two years, the PEKAES Group expanded its network with several modern terminals, including those in Opole, Białystok, Zielona Góra, Mińsk Mazowiecki and Legnica. For instance, the company launched a new terminal in Olsztyn in late August 2020, and the facility in Gdańsk in March this year. All of the company’s terminals function as a connected system and they are enable convenient transport by land, sea and air.

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