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Kuehne+Nagel expands with new road and sea cross-dock centre in Poland

  • New cross-dock centre located near the Deepwater Container Terminal (DCT) Gdansk
  • Handling goods arriving in Poland via the world's largest ocean vessels
  • Integration into Kuehne+Nagel's European groupage network

Kuehne+Nagel has opened a new cross-dock centre close to the Deepwater Container Terminal (DCT) at the port of Gdansk, one of the fastest growing terminals in Poland. The new centre dedicated to sea and road operations meets the growing demand of transport solutions in the region supporting Kuehne+Nagel’s customers with multi-modal services to the Baltics.

The facility has an area of more than 3,300 sqm and an additional 200 sqm of office space. The cross-dock handles goods arriving in Poland via the world's largest ocean vessels, including major Far East ports, on Kuehne+Nagel's weekly service routes. It is integrated into Kuehne+Nagel's European groupage network to ensure daily distribution of goods to local and European hubs. The location of the new centre between Gdansk and Gdynia ensures efficient and fast handling of goods on the port-to-warehouse route, while the proximity to the Gdansk airport significantly speeds up the delivery of goods to the airfield.

The team located at the new centre is responsible for handling both goods that end their journey in Poland, offering the possibility of short-term storage, and those that are transhipped from sea containers and prepared for further transportation. Additional services such as pelletizing, labelling and sorting are available for cargo under customs supervision as well as domestic and EU shipments.  

“The launch of the sea and road cross-dock centre is a strategic move to increase the efficiency and resilience of our customers' supply chains – both exporters and importers. The new location will enhance the logistics potential in the region, supporting Poland's trade with other countries around the world and our customers' expansion into new foreign markets. It also confirms Kuehne+Nagel's commitment to building stable and smooth supply chains, delivering services to support the growth of our partners” said Jacek Liszewski, Sea Logistics Manager at Kuehne+Nagel Poland.

Gdansk(Ryszard Zmijewski - National Sea Logistics LCL Manager, Jacek Liszewski - National Sea Logistics Director, Maciej Sobek - National Road Logistics Director, Wojciech Sienicki - National Manager, Michal Kubiak - Road Logistics Terminal Handling Manager.)

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