NewCold, the fast-growing advanced food logistics company, announced today that it is building a Euro 112 million state-of-the-art temperature-controlled warehouse in Nowy Modlin, near Warsaw, Poland. This will be NewCold’s second facility in Poland.
“We see Poland’s potential to become a major European food logistics hub. It is a future we want to help build. Our new facility outside Warsaw, combined with our existing site in Kutno, boosts our ability to meet customer needs in key markets in Central and Eastern Europe,” said Bram Hage, NewCold founder and CEO.
The new warehouse will create 90 jobs and add 94,600 pallet positions, bringing NewCold’s total capacity in Poland to 207,200 pallet positions.
“Beyond the economic impact and high-quality jobs created by this investment, our new facility will help to strengthen the resilience of the food supply chain. And our international footprint means we can help Polish food producers access new markets,” said Roberto Alessio, VP of Business and Growth Eastern Europe.
The NewCold warehouse, with a total surface area of 27,000 m2, helps to cement Poland’s future as a major logistics hub.