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The Poland Logistics and Supply Chain Confidence Index 2017 is the first edition of a market survey undertaken to assess confidence and expectations in the Polish logistics and supply chain sector.
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Modern Industrial Standards Poland, a benchmark standard consulted with the market.
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Record-high tenant activity with e-commerce business driving the market.
Total supply of modern industrial and logistics space amounted to over 11 million sq m at the end of 2016. Despite Q4 2016 being a slightly less active quarter with only 140,000 sq m completed, 2016 ended with record-high amount of new space: 1.12 million sq m. In terms of newly delivered space, 2016 was the best year in the whole history of the modern industrial and logistics market in Poland.
970,000 sq m of industrial and logistics space completed within the first 9 months of 2016.
- Vacancy Rate:6.8%
- Leasing Activity: 2.38 million sq m
- Under Construction: 920,000 sq m
- Completions: 970,000 sqm
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Strong developer activity with a significant share of speculative development. Poznan, Warsaw II and North regions are leading
in terms of new construction.
- Vacancy Rate: 5.7%
- Leasing Activity: 1.41 million sq m
- Under Construction: 750,000 sq m
- Completions: 660,000 sq m
Modern Industrial and logistic stock in Poland has exceeded 10 million sq m.
Altogether, Warsaw I and Warsaw II currently have approximately 2.93 million sq m of modern warehouse space. The dynamic growth of the industrial and logistics market in Poland, which took place in the '90s, was initiated in the Warsaw region.
Strong development activity with a considerable number of speculative projects.
Total stock of modern industrial and logistics space exceeding 9.3 million sq m.
Strong development activity. Ca. 730,000 sq m under construction now.
Increase in developer interest in the East and Szczecin regions.
- Strong leasing activity in Q1 2015. A 30% increase y-o-y.
- Strong interest in industrial investment. Prime yields at 7% with tendency to compress.
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In Q1 2014, the total stock of modern industrial and logistics properties amounted to 7.9 million sq m, with an overall average vacancy rate at the level of about 10%, of which single digit figures were registered in Krakow, Poznan, Szczecin, North and Wroclaw.
With around 760,000 people within the city limits and 2.1 million inhabitants within the entire metropolitan area, Krakow is the second largest agglomeration in Poland…
Industrial and Logistics in Poland.
Record high amount on new industrial and logistics supply delivered in 2014.
In 2014, the total investment volume in Poland in the commercial property sector reached over EUR 3.1 billion.
The Polish economy remains strongly influenced by a gradual recovery observed across the European region. After reaching the bottom in Q2 2013, the Polish GDP growth rallied in the second part of 2013, indicating signs of economic rebound. The GDP is predicted to grow faster in 2014 than in the previous year in line with the improving labour market and increased industrial output.
Retailers and logistics providers across Europe are seeing volumes and costs rise as e-commerce grows—pushing them to economize. Mergers and acquisitions, consolidations and new development are all on the rise, and XXL warehouses and final mile facilities are in demand.
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Strong rebound in investment volume
Growing occupier demand and development pipeline
The uplift in economic sentiment throughout the continent that was evident in the second half of 2013 continued into the first quarter of 2014, with EU-28 GDP figures showing activity increased by 0.3% in Q1.
Global shifts in production and cosumption, changes in relative cost structures and the growth of disruptive technologies are major challenges to manufacturers.
2013 saw an improvement in macro-economic conditions across Europe, with the second half of the year in particular seeing positive growth figures in a number of countries and generally improved sentiment.
Robust consumption, supported by a tightening labour market, low oil prices, an accommodative fiscal policy and strong credit growth drive the Poland’s economic development. However, a slump in the EU funding and lower policy predictability under the PiS government are weighing on investor confidence, meaning that GDP growth in 2016 decreased to 2.9% from 3.9% in 2015.
STRONG DEVELOPMENT OF THE BPO SECTOR
TOWARDS THE KPO AND ITO ACTIVITY
Relatively slow start of the year caused by an extremely intense end to 2014.
Transactions’ pipeline in H2 may compensate for slow first half of 2015.
High number of platform acquisitions and corporate takeovers are being observed on the Polish investment market, not only for industrial properties
After a considerable number of completed projects in small cities, developers are back in mass. Completions in 2014 were 30% lower than the previous year; however the 2015 pipeline is forecasted to surpass the previous five years....
After a considerable number of completions in small cities, developers are back in agglomerations.
Among 2014 shopping centre completions the majority are small traditional schemes and small retail parks that jointly account for 70% of the total number of schemes.
Land prices in Poland 2015
The investment sites' market in Poland has recently stabilised, although the demand for the prime locations still grows.
Numerous opportunities for new retailers, new concepts and new ways of shopping.
- Warsaw remains investment-driven, not only in terms of infrastructure, but also, and consequently, in respect of new commercial projects.
- Centrally located mixed-use schemes are the target of both investors and developers.
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