Freight News, Logistics, Road

Pall-Ex reveals plans for Poland

[ July 26, 2012   //   ]

Palletised freight network Pall-Ex says its Polish domestic network will be fully operational by May 20after appointing local logistics KMC-Services as its national partner. The new network will operate from a central hub in the Łódź region. Pall-Ex Polska will be Pall-Ex’s second ‘last-mile’ network in Eastern Europe, following the launch of Pall-Ex Romania in December 2011.
CEO of Pall-Ex Polska, Katarzyna Chabinka, commented: “We have the ability to revolutionise the distribution of small consignments of freight in Europe.”

He says that Poland is one of the larger territories in the region and has managed to weather to Euro crisis better than most in Europe. Foreign Direct Investment and infrastructural development continuing to improve, and the country is set to become a major logistics gateway.

Chabinka added: “I would encourage any hauliers interested in joining us on that journey to get in touch.”
Anand Assi, project director in charge of Pall-Ex’s European expansion, said: “We are actively developing the Eastern European region by seeking out suitable National Partners across the whole continent. As ‘near-sourcing’ continues to become a reality in this geographical region, our networks will be best placed to respond to changing trends.
Pall-Ex is also seeking partners in Germany, Scandinavia and Turkey, as well as other areas of the continent and beyond.