FedEx Express invests in infrastructure in Poland
FedEx Express, a subsidiary of FedEx Corp. has opened a new warehouse and office facility in Kielce, Poland, equipped with a new state-of-the-art sorter and strategically located to support businesses with their domestic and international expansion.
The new Kielce facility covers more than 2600 square meters and includes both a warehouse and office space. Courier operations are conducted through 40 gates for courier vehicles and five for linehaul trucks, and up to 2,000 parcels can be scanned and weighed simultaneously by an automatic and state-of-the-art sorter. To handle larger freight shipments, a separate warehouse area is equipped with a dedicated scale and scanner.
The site is strategically located at the exit of the S7, offering convenient access to the rest of the country and to Europe, or to Katowice Airport, through which shipments are shipped to international markets located in Asia and North America.
“For a company that has been in business for over 50 years, what has remained constant is our commitment to creating new opportunities, removing barriers to success, and creating solutions that help customers thrive,” said Mariusz Mik, FedEx Express Vice President Ground Operations Eastern Europe. “Investing in infrastructure and improving our air and road networks consistently reflects our commitment to providing the best possible service to our customers and meeting their evolving needs.”