Published at: 2019-06-13 10:08 | Author: Robert McLean
Bozena Krawczyk, Investment Director at Segro, says her company will focus on developing on its current land holdings in major Polish market
How was 2018 for you? Have you been able to take full advantage of these strong economic times in Poland?
It was a good year for us because we continued with our agreed strategy for Poland and for Central Europe. We focus on Poland’s five main markets: Warsaw, Central Poland, Poznan, Upper Silesia and Wroclaw. In each of these locations we either developed new buildings, secured land for future developments or we purchased new assets for our portfolio. We have a two-pronged strategy: first is...

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