PSA BDP, a leading provider of globally integrated and port-centric supply chain, transportation, and logistics solutions, has announced the opening of its first office in Poland. PSA BDP Poland sp.z.o.o., is located in Gdańsk, a port city on the Baltic coast, and will be led by Country Manager, Agnieszka Moździerz. With this latest addition, PSA BDP now has over 135 offices around the globe.
Poland serves as a gateway to Central and Eastern Europe, thus the Gdańsk office is strategically positioned to connect key central European transportation hubs. By leveraging the extensive transportation infrastructure in Gdańsk, PSA BDP will significantly improve logistics flow for customers within the chemical, retail & consumer, life sciences & pharmaceuticals, and electric vehicle & industrial sectors by offering the following services:
- Ocean freight forwarding (Full Container Load and Less Than Container Load)
- Customs brokerage
- Pre- & On-carriage services
Gdańsk on the whole is expected to develop rapidly into a strategic logistics epicenter due to its close proximity to Baltic Hub, a member of the PSA Group. Notably, the Port of Gdańsk is the only Baltic port that supports direct container connections with China. It also serves as a marine gateway connecting Asia to Central and Eastern European markets.
Additionally, Baltic Hub houses one of the largest rail facilities in Europe and is the closest port serving the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Capitalizing on the proximity to this strategic hub allows PSA BDP to offer greater connectivity and more cost-competitive and eco-friendly solutions to customers looking to minimize their carbon footprint.
“The new Gdańsk office attests to our growth aspirations in Europe, expanding PSA BDP's regional footprint and strengthening our market position,” said Yves Letange, Managing Director – Europe, PSA BDP. “The team is eager to deliver a wide range of services and solutions to our diverse customer base in this rapidly growing city, driving continued growth for the organization.”