15
Cee
Warehouse & logistics
Conference
25 June 2019
Warszawa, Hotel Indigo Warsaw Nowy Świat

The seemingly unstoppable growth of the CEE warehouse sector has opened up new opportunities for the sector while setting it fresh challenges. The evolution of the supply chain, the emergence of new locations and formats, the rising costs and shortages in the labour supply, have all combined to create conditions that market players are not used to. Experts and representatives of leading companies on the warehouse market will discuss how to take the best advantage of this boom and avoid the kind of pitfalls that accompany such profound changes.

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Conference

Day 1
25.06.2019
9:00
9:00
Welcome, registration and coffee
9:30
9:30
The opening of the conference
9:40
Opening presentation
9:40
Taking the pulse of the market (Opening presentation)

The good times can’t last forever... but could we just have them for a few more years? How long will the boom on the market continue? What are the main risk factors and when are we likely to expect things to go into reverse?

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10:10
Presentation
10:10
City logistics and new formats (Presentation)

Two-storey warehouses with lorry access to both levels have already been built in Paris. And city logistics centres are now taking off in Poland. What changes on the market are being driven - or will be driven - by city logistics? 

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10:40
Presentation
10:40
Spotting the white spots (or how to find the best new warehouse locations) (Presentation)

The staffing shortages afflicting traditional warehousing locations, along with the ever-improving road network, have been encouraging developers to look for new places for logistics. In Poland new locations could emerge in 2019 – in the east of the country as well as the west. For example, Gorzów Wielkopolski, Świebodzin and Legnica, but also Olsztyn and Elbląg, could all see distribution centres opening in their neighbourhoods. What are the advantages and disadvantages of these localities? Could they really be an alternative to the major centres?

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11:00
11:00
Coffee break
11:40
Discussion
11:40
Desperately seeking staff... and keeping them happy (Discussion)

Sports areas, relaxation rooms and perks – as well as better conditions in the warehouse itself (more daylight and air curtains, etc.) The battle to recruit the right personnel in the right amounts has started to resemble the same struggle on the office market – tenants along with developers have been working overtime to make things pleasant enough to attract employees. How will the situation evolve? And what strategy is the most effective for developers to take?

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12:10
Discussion
12:10
Closer and closer to the customer (Discussion)

The growth in e-commerce as urbanisation reaches new levels has been setting fresh challenges for logistics operators. As they strive to reach the end-user as quickly and inexpensively as possible, they are being forced to redevelop their existing supply chains. What lies in the future for e-commerce logistics?

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12:50
Discussion
12:50
Prices up (Discussion)

Increasing construction costs and salary levels have been having an impact on the warehouse market. Land prices are also on the rise. How is all of this affecting the activities of both tenants and developers? Does it mean that rents are also set to soar?

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13:30
13:30
Lunch

Speakers

 Tomasz Mika
Tomasz Mika
National Director, Head of Industrial Poland, JLL
 Waldemar Witczak
Waldemar Witczak
Regional Director, Segro Poland
 Fabien  Fridrici
Fabien Fridrici
Regional Director, Segro France
 Paweł Kopeć
Paweł Kopeć
International Account and Bid Manager, Randstad Polska
 Piotr Sulerzycki
Piotr Sulerzycki
HR Design Group
 Jarosław Czechowicz
Jarosław Czechowicz
Country Manager, Goodman Poland
 Piotr Sprzęczka
Piotr Sprzęczka
Managing Director, Logwin Air+Ocean Poland
 Marzena Tkaczuk
Marzena Tkaczuk
Director – Head of BTS Business Development, Panattoni Europe
 Damian Kołata
Damian Kołata
Associate in industrial and logistics agency, Cushman & Wakefield
 Mirosław Koszany
Mirosław Koszany
Chief Executive Officer, Biuro Inwestycji Kapitałowych
 Bartłomiej Krawiecki
Bartłomiej Krawiecki
Member of the Board and Head of development, 7R
 Monika Duda
Monika Duda
Partner and Head of industrial & logistics agency CEE, M4 Real Estate
 Adrian Biesaga
Adrian Biesaga
Development Director, Waimea Holding
 Renata  Osiecka
Renata Osiecka
Managing Partner, Axi Immo
 Karina Trojańska
Karina Trojańska
Chief Financing & Operating Officer in Poland, Panattoni Europe
 Waldemar Grabka
Waldemar Grabka
Investment Officer / Asset Manager CEE, Exeter Property Group
 Michał Ptaszyński
Michał Ptaszyński
Senior Asset Manager, Logicor
 Łukasz Kozerski
Łukasz Kozerski
Business Development Manager, CFE Polska

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