GLP Pomeranian Logistics Centre - the only logistics centre next to the Deepwater Container Terminal on the Polish coast
Introduction to Pomeranian Logistics Centre
Pomeranian Logistics Centre is ideally located in the rapidly expanding Tri-City (Gdańsk, Gdynia, Sopot) area, next to the Gdańsk Deepwater Container Terminal (DCT). The DCT is already the largest deepwater terminal in the Baltic Sea and is due to double its capacity in the coming years. The site is also well served by excellent access to national and international road, rail and air routes.
It is a recommended warehouse space for investors using the DTC in Gdansk. You couldn’t be better placed for port-centric logistics.
The logistics capital of the north
Gdańsk is a part of Tricity - the largest economic centre in northern Poland and one of the most important in Baltic Sea region.
Pomorskie is one of the fastest growing regions in Poland and in Europe and Gdańsk’s potential has been recognised by multiple industry organisations:
Tricity and Gdansk were also awarded, among others, 1st place in the overall ranking of business services locations in terms of assessment of factors affecting the ability of business services centers of doing business there, ABSL Report 2020, 4th place in the Top 25 Tech Cities of the Future 2020/21 under the FDI Strategy category, Financial Times FDI Intelligence Tech Cities of the Future Ranking and between 2016-2020 the most “Dynamically Developing” City in Poland, CEE Shared Services and Outsourcing Awards.
Gdansk has also been named People Friendly City by Forbes ranking 2020 and ranked as one of the safest destinations during COVID.
As of 2019 6,552 businesses with foreign capital participation operate in the region (according to the data from the Central Economic Information Center). Many Fortune Global 500 companies trusted Pomerania as the right place to locate their operations, including: Bayer, Thyssen Krupp, Intel, Amazon, Sony, PwC.
Gdańsk islocated in The Pomeranian Special Economic Zone (PSEZ) is a convenient location for investments in the region of northern Poland. It offers prepared industrial areas located on the main communication routes in the vicinity of international airports and seaports, it also provides a business permit entitling the entrepreneur to use public aid in the form of tax exemptions.
4 large science and technology parks are located in Gdańsk and Gdynia:
Pomeranian Science and Technology Park Gdynia – the largest park of this type in Poland
Baltic Port of New Technologies – 7 thousand sqm of modern B+ class office space located on the premises of the former Gdynia Shipyard
Gdańsk Science and Technology Park (GPN-T) – located in the immediate vicinity of Gdańsk University of Technology, Medical University of Gdańsk and the University of Gdańsk; hosts over 100 companies
Gdansk Business Incubator STARTER – takes care of the development of the startup ecosystem in the city, offers coworking space, organises conferences and trainings
13,000 of highly qualifies specialists from Tricity universities every year.
The region records the highest population growth in the entire country (in 2019, the growth rate was 1.5 per thousand inhabitants, according to the Central Statistical Office) and one of the highest internal and foreign migration balances for permanent residence, which creates excellent career opportunities.
Together with the Immigrants Support Center in Gdańsk, the authorities have launched a program aimed at creating a regional model for migrants’ integration and providing foreign employees with a uniformly high standard public services.
572,835 inhabitants in 30 min catchment
1,404,466 inhabitants in 60 min catchment
24 higher education institutions make Pomerania the biggest academic center of northern Poland that supplies the market with educated graduates in many sought-after specialisations. Gdańsk University of Technology (with strengths in engineering), and the University of Gdańsk – help build an educated workforce.
Number of students
Number of graduates
Number of faculties
University of Gdansk
Gdansk University of Technology
Gdynia Maritime University
Naval University of Gdynia
Administration, business and law – 22.6% graduates. Engineering studies related to technology, industry and construction – 15.9 % graduates.
PLC allows to create a custom warehouse next to the biggest and fastest growing Polish container terminal of 88ha operating Surface and 2,95M TEU annual terminal capacity.
DCT terminal is capable of hosting the biggest ships in the world. It is the only deepwater port on Baltic sea with direct ship calls from Asia, as well as the only one without any navigation restrictions.
Thanks to railway onsite (more than 500 trains monthly) and vicinity of motorway, cargo from DCT can be easily transported all over CEE.
Customers can establish custom warehouse within GLP Pomeranian Logistics Centre to store, sort and repack the goods coming to Europe from China without premature customs costs.
This synergy allows to fully implements the Port Centric Logistics concept.
Clear height: 10 M (Buildings 1-5), 12 M (Buildings 6-14)
Floor load capacity: 50KN/SQ M
ESG Focused specifications
“Our experience working with clients has shown that more and more of them expect solutions that, until recently, were mainly available mainly in built-to-suit (BTS) facilities. Given the market dynamics and increased demand for warehouse space amid the pandemic, we believe that this is a good time to set a new standard for speculative buildings.” says Jarosław Czechowicz, Country Manager, GLP Poland.