This is a list of how often and where the term 'Freight' appears in the book Buying Property in Poland.
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Chapter 1: An Introduction to Poland
"...Freighthe 500 km North coast there is plenty of variety from golden beaches to secluded bays as well as lively tourist towns and major sea ports (Gdańsk, Gdynia, Szczecin and Świnoujście) handling both global Freight and commercial ferry services, especially to Scandinavian countries and the Baltic States. ..."
Chapter 6: The Future of the Polish Property Market
"...Freightications for Poland are numerous and strong as the country has a strong imbalance in its Gross Domestic Product versus Germany and it is set to benefit from further foreign investment, Freight and logistics growth, a rising tourist trade, further confidence in the use of mortgages and the introduction of ..."27.
"... global companies. The most promising country is ranked as number one and Poland has been in the top 20 for the last three years. - Freight and Logistics Growth - In the middle ages Poland made its fortune by being in the right place to benefit from the busy trading routes between east and ..."
"...Freightntry quite literally sits on a European crossroads. Sea Freight comes in from Scandinavia and the globe via the ports of the north where Gdansk is the only major Baltic sea port to offer year round ice free access to some 300 million central European consumers. Road and Rail Freight ..."42.
"... for investments of 6.2 billion euros between 2007 and 2013. Again with over 20,000 kilometres of track there is a long way to go but the network already carries 13.5% of the Freight tonnage that moves around or passes through Poland. All this means the developments will not happen overnight ..."44.
"... tonnage that moves around or passes through Poland. All this means the developments will not happen overnight but gradually over a decade or so — and as it improves so will the demand for real estate related to Freight and logistics. The effects are already being felt with the Warsaw ..."
"...Freightall of them show the promise of economic growth and rising property prices; it is in the stability and size of the growth that there are question marks. While Poland’s future is based on large-scale foreign investment, increasing demand for its goods and services, further tourism and rising Freight and ..."
"...Freight at the future of the Polish property market, growth in demand seems the most viable scenario. The reasons are numerous: the population is getting wealthier at a rapid rate; plans for foreign direct investment place Poland consistently as a top 20 country for global companies; Freight and logistics will ..."
Chapter 7: Property Types
"...Freightntry’s natural geographical location is already making it a leader in terms of Freight and logistics (see Part Two: Why Poland) but bear in mind most current and future clients want large and modern facilities3. The smaller warehousing units on older estates in the suburbs have access issues and limited ..."
"...Freightse warehousing in its own right is an excellent source for capital gain and one often overlooked by foreign investors. Construction companies just cannot keep pace with the growing demand caused both by rising levels of Freight passing through the country and the increasing levels of production happening domestically. Cushman ..."
Chapter 9: The Regions
"...Freightis the main focus of the county with UNESCO adding its old town to the World Heritage Sites list in 1997 due to some 200 buildings from the 13th to the 18th century. Apart from this obvious draw forests and lakes to the south of the town are extremely popular. ..."