deugro sets up office in Poland, eyeing all major industries
The Polish market has piqued the interest of the freight forwarding and project logistics specialist enough that it has decided to open a new branch in Gdynia.
The company notes that the opening reflects its continuous positive business development and completed projects in Poland. The office will serve both local and global clients from all major industries—including oil and gas, petrochemical, and mining—with the full scope of project freight forwarding and logistics solutions, be it to or from Poland.
“Together with the opening of the new office, we are also excited to welcome two valuable additions to our team: Pawel Szwoch, who is joining us as Head of Operations, and Rafal Danicki as Sales & Business Development Manager in Poland. Both Pawel and Rafal are seasoned professionals in project freight forwarding with years of experience in the industry. Their expertise and knowledge of the Polish market will contribute to our continued success and growth,” said Matias Setala, President – Scandinavia & Eastern Europe | Global FCL Procurement & Tender Management at deugro.
“Pawel and Rafal will be at the forefront of our efforts to establish a strong presence in Poland, and it’s our plan to grow the office further with additional new staff members at the beginning of 2024,” Setala adds.
The new Polish branch follows shortly after the company expanded its presence in Denmark, where wind and renewables are bringing promising opportunities for the company.