Thursday, June 20, 2024

Deloitte: Poland enters the phase of economic expansion

The divergence of economic moods in Poland...

Two Years On: War in Ukraine and Its Global Impact

On February 24, 2022, a full-scale Russian...

What’s Next for the Transport Industry in Poland? The State of Polish Transport in the First Half of 2024

Rising operating costs and various fees, fewer orders, lower rates, unfair competition, and geopolitical turmoil—these are just some of the challenges shaping the recent complex landscape of Poland’s transport...

Will marketplace platforms dominate European e-commerce logistics?

Marketplace platforms are already the most popular shopping model in Europe, and their role...

Warehouse and industrial stock grows at less than 10%

According to the latest report “Industrial and Warehouse Market in Poland, Q1 2024”, released...

Polish Transport Industry Faces Crisis: 60% of Carriers Plan Job Cuts, Urges Government for Support

The Polish transport industry holds a 33 percent share of the EU road transport...

Rail Carriers Seek Reduction in Railway Infrastructure Access Fees to Compete with Road Freight Transport

The Association of Independent Railway Carriers has proposed to the Ministry of Infrastructure a...

Polish Industrial Market Q1 2024: Awaiting a better economy and a change in trend

Poland's industrial market remains steady and adapts its growth rate to the macroeconomic conditions in both the local and European markets. The gross take-up...

New Regulation Impedes Warehouse Construction in Poland

The government is hindering the logistics industry. Changes introduced at the last minute, after public consultations, in the regulation by the Minister of Development...

Polish Warehouse Market in Q1 2024: Decline in Demand, Stable Supply & Rents

As reported by the latest Cushman & Wakefield international advisory agency report, the first quarter saw lower demand in the warehouse market. However, it...

Rising Operational Costs a Huge Challenge for the TSL Industry in Poland

Fuel prices, inflation, higher leasing costs, an increase in the minimum wage and overall labor costs, and economic stagnation are the main reasons for...

Outdated Energy Infrastructure Hinders Green Transport Development in Poland

Over half of the overhead networks and power stations are over 40 years old. The lack of modernization in the energy infrastructure translates to...

Urgent Appeal for Action: Polish Road Transport Sector Faces Crisis

Road transport is one of the strongest sectors of the Polish economy. However, dark clouds have been gathering over it for some time now....

Major Slowdown in the TSL Sector: PLN 1.3 Billion Due in Payments, PLN 500 Million to Be Recovered

According to the National Debt Register, the transport, shipping, and logistics (TSL) sector has over PLN 1.3 billion in overdue financial liabilities. It needs...

Polish transport companies face mounting problems: competition from Ukraine and numerous intermediaries operating on the EU market

One of the most serious issues facing transport companies today is the involvement of a large number of intermediaries in the EU market. "They...

€180 Million Boost for Greener Freight Transport in Poland: EU Subsidy Aims to Shift Focus from Roads to Rails

It is now certain. 180 million euros – this is the amount of subsidy for intermodal transport in Poland. The European Commission has approved...

Dramatic Situation for Polish Carriers: War in Ukraine and Mobility Package Squeeze Industry

The Northern Chamber of Commerce and the West Pomeranian Association of Road Transporters draw attention to the difficult situation of the transport sector in...

Delinquent Debtors on the Rise: Transport Sector Takes the Wheel in Payment Delays

The number of companies struggling with payment backlogs is increasing, according to the "SME Scanner" survey for Q1, carried out for BIG InfoMonitor. The...

RO e-Transport System Expands to Monitor All International Goods in Romania

The RO e-Transport system is used to monitor the transport of goods with an elevated tax risk within Romania. The provisions which came into...

Polish Transport Stalled: Border Issues, Protests, and Regulations Threaten Industry Recovery

Transport in Poland accounts for as much as 7% of the GDP. After a difficult year in 2023 due to high inflation, economic slowdown,...

New EU Regulations: Transport Companies Face Duty for Correct HS Code Classification

Polish transport companies must prepare for changes introduced by new EU regulations; Responsibilities related to the classification of goods are changing, with attention...

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