Poland has seen its economy grow uninterrupted, even through the Greek bailout EU crisis, with annual GDP growth of between 3.5 and 4 percent forecast over the medium term. Partly as a result, Logwin, a global logistics provider, is expanding with a new sales office in Krakow, adding to the sea freight ports of Gdansk and Gdynia in Poland, and one other in Hamburg, Germany.
Logwin said Krakow is a rapidly growing economic center, due to its central geographical location and well-educated population. Krakow is also making investment in its infrastructure, and special funding packages are creating incentives for foreign investments.
Poland’s most important trading partner is Germany, accounting for 26 percent of the country’s exports and more than 27 percent of its imports. Logwin’s customers in Poland include companies from the automotive, electronics, cosmetics, fashion and textiles industries. It employs around 300 people and now operates at a total of seven locations across Poland.Like This Post