Complex SAD, a transport, forwarding and logistics company, has expanded its warehouse footprint by 2,585 sqm. The new lease was signed with the Port of Gdynia Authority S.A. The tenant was represented in the lease negotiation process by real estate advisory firm Cresa.
Complex SAD is a Gdynia-based customs agency. It comprehensively supports importers and exporters of goods by providing customs and forwarding services and representing clients before the Customs Office. Complex SAD also offers warehousing of goods (including in a bonded warehouse), handling and picking. To accommodate growing volumes of stored products, the company decided to expand its warehouse by another 2,585 sqm. Complex SAD now has over 8,700 sqm of warehouse space in Gdynia. It also operates a warehouse in Gdansk.
“As Complex SAD continues to grow rapidly, it needed more warehouse floorspace. The location of warehouses was critical for the client. The offer of the Port of Gdynia Authority S.A. proved the best on account of the proximity to Gdynia’s container terminals. We are pleased to have supported Complex SAD in the space acquisition and lease negotiation process,” says Michał Rafałowicz, Head for the Pomeranian Region, Cresa Tricity office.
The warehouse of Complex SAD is located close to the container terminals of the Port of Gdynia, which helps save time and reduce handling costs. Access to road infrastructure is also important for logistics operations. The nearby Kwiatkowskiego flyover provides a link to Tricity’s ring road and the A1 motorway. The growth in seaport freight traffic is being increasingly driven by the potential of intermodal transport which will become a key mode of transporting goods both in Poland and across Europe in the coming years. With the volume of cargo handled on the rise, new logistics facilities are needed. The Port of Gdynia Authority therefore continues to invest in further development of the infrastructure at the Logistics Centre of the Port of Gdynia.
“Infrastructure investments in the Logistics Centre in the western part of the Port of Gdynia are necessary to provide access both from land and the sea. This will require building appropriate facilities to enable efficient cargo handling,” comments Adam Meller, President of the Port of Gdynia Authority S.A.
“Our objective is to create favourable conditions for the development of the Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T). Thanks to our investments, we will remain the right logistics partner for Polish and international clients. As increased cargo handling capabilities represent both an opportunity and a challenge, it is necessary to ensure a favourable environment for continued growth,” says Jacek Sadaj, Vice-President of the Port of Gdynia Authority S.A. “We are pleased with our successful cooperation with our build contractor and to see strong tenant interest.”