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How much CO2 does your fashion sense generate?

E-commerce
WORLD Online second had clothes store Thredup store has created a Fashion Footprint Calculator to calculate the carbon footprint of your purchasing habits.

The survey comprises twelve questions about shopping and laundry habits. According to CNN.com, the fashion sector is responsible for 8-10 pct of the global carbon emissions and it generates 20 pct of all water pollution. The average consumer buys 60 pct more clothes than 15 years ago and keeps them only half as long. According to Thredup, 50 pct of Americans surveyed do not believe that their individual shopping habits have an impact on the environment, while 68 pct of those surveyed believe that brands and not consumers need to be held responsible for the damage done to the environment.

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Warehouse & industrial

Romania LPP signs deal for new e-commerce facility

schedule 23 July 2024
Opr./edited by ANZ

LPP, a fashion retailer, is moving into a new e-commerce facility at CTPark Bucharest West. Together with CTP, the fashion brand is extending its current building to support the delivery of the new facility. This will take LPP’s total footprint at the park to around 90,000 sqm with the new facility comprising around 40,000 sqm.

Material partner

Croatia Exclusive Auction: Unique Investment Opportunity in Istria

schedule 12 June 2024
Eurobuild CEE

Colliers, in partnership with Illyrian Land Funds, is announcing an exclusive auction for a prime development land site in Istria, Croatia. This property, covering 1,603,903 sqm, is ideal for a mixed-use resort development near Vodnjan, a charming town in Istria, Croatia's top tourist region. The site is just a 15-minute drive from the seafront

Warehouse & industrial

Germany Flagship project to be implemented in the port of Straubing in Bavaria

schedule 22 July 2024
Opr./edited by ANZ

The project for the building of one of the largest logistics properties in pure timber has started at the port of Straubing-Sand. The new building, which aims to set new standards in sustainable construction, is being developed by Garbe and its joint venture partner Logicenters, Nrep's development and management platform for logistics real estate.

Warehouse & industrial

Poland Panattoni launches construction for E.G.O.

schedule 22 July 2024
Opr./edited by ANZ

Panattoni has begun construction work on a new BTO centre for the E.G.O., a supplier for household manufacturers. The construction of the manufacturing plant is to start in July this year and the completion is scheduled for the fourth quarter of 2025.

Warehouse & industrial

Poland Tuplex joins Multipark Bydgoszcz

schedule 22 July 2024
Opr./edited by ANZ

The company, which operates in the plastics industry, is a new tenant in Multipark Bydgoszcz, where it took 1,450 sqm of warehouse and office space.

Office & mixed-use development

Poland TechnipFMC stays at Podium Park

schedule 22 July 2024
Opr./edited by ANZ

TechnipFMC has renewed its lease for office space at the Podium Park office building in Kraków. As a result of the renegotiated agreement, the tenant will continue to lease almost 7,000 sqm in the Globalworth-managed complex.

Investment & finance

Poland Alma bought by Polish investor

schedule 22 July 2024
Opr./edited by ANZ

The Alma office building, located on ul. Marynarska in Warsaw, has changed hands. The 8,000 sqm building has been sold by the Astrea company. The purchaser is a private Polish investor.

Investment & finance

Poland First mezzanine loan in CE for Invesco Real Estate

schedule 19 July 2024
Opr./edited by ANZ

Europe Fund III SCSp Invesco Real Estate has completed its first mezzanine lending deal in Central Europe on behalf of Invesco Real Estate Europe Fund III – SCSp (Europe III), the third European value-add strategy in succession for the firm.

Investment & finance

Romania WDP's major acquisition

schedule 19 July 2024
Opr./edited by ANZ

WDP has acquired a portfolio in Romania comprising properties with a leasable area of roughly 136,000 sqm and a large plot of land for a future development with a total potential GLA of more than 300,000 sqm. The value of the transaction is app. EUR 110 mln.

Eurobuild CEE

Poland The summer issue of "Eurobuild" has been released!

schedule 19 July 2024
Eurobuild CEE

The summer, July-August issue of "Eurobuild" has already been published - the publication is, as usual, full of interesting articles and expert analyses, and their titles infallibly bring hope to the hearts of the entire industry!

Public buildings

Poland Nova Marina for sailors in Gdynia

schedule 18 July 2024
Opr./edited by ANZ

In Gdynia, in the historic location of the South Pier and by the yacht harbour, Ghelamco, together with the Polish Yachting Association (PZŻ), will build a multifunctional building with a sailing centre.

ESG

Czech Republic BREEAM Outstanding for The Platform

schedule 18 July 2024
Opr./edited by ANZ

AEW has achieved the BREEAM New Construction ‘Outstanding’ rating with a score of 88.1 pct for its recently completed 36,400 sqm brownfield logistics development The Platform in Pilsen, Czech Republic. 

Warehouse & industrial

Romania VGP Park Bucharest North welcomes DHL Express

schedule 18 July 2024
Opr./edited by ANZ

DHL Express will open a new logistics centre in VGP Park Bucharest North, located in the immediate vicinity of Bucharest, in the town of Ștefănești. The new centre, with an area of 4,100 sqm, will be used for sorting and processing the shipments arriving by air.

Warehouse & industrial

Romania CTP completes first phase of CTPark Arad West

schedule 18 July 2024
Opr./edited by ANZ

CTP has delivered 23,000 sqm from CTPark Arad West project, with an additional 20,000 sqm ready for tenant fit-out. The newly completed 12-metre-high space is leased by companies such as Leoni Wiring Systems Arad, Delfingen, HUF Romania and BNB, and provides state-of-the-art facilities for logistics and production activities.

Warehouse & industrial

Poland Work commences at City Point Targówek

schedule 17 July 2024
Opr./edited by ANZ

The joint venture between Partners Group and Peakside Capital Advisors has launched the construction of the C2 facility at City Point Targówek. The light industrial building will offer 25,000 sqm of space with units starting from 1,000 sqm. Depenbrock Poland is the general contractor for the project.

Warehouse & industrial

Germany Garbe leases in Werne

schedule 17 July 2024
Opr./edited by ANZ

Garbe has signed a long-term lease agreement with Lecangs, a company specialising in warehouse logistics, in Werne, North Rhine-Westphalia. New tenant will use around 21,000 sqm of warehouse space and around 1,000 sqm of office and social space in the logistics property for its German subsidiary Flexispot.

Retail & leisure

Poland Polish retail market continues its strong momentum

schedule 16 July 2024
Opr./edited by ANZ

Cushman & Wakefield has summarised the situation on the Polish retail market in Q2 2024. There were eight new retail completions with the development pipeline comprising app. 400,000 sqm. This indicates healthy supply levels amid unwavering occupier demand and strong retail sales, shopping centre footfall and turnover figures.

Investment & finance

Croatia S Immo gradually withdraws from Croatian office market

schedule 16 July 2024
Opr./edited by ANZ

S Immo has completed the sale of the HOTO Business Tower in Zagreb. The office building is located on the south-western edge of the central business district of the Croatian capital and comprises a total leasable area of around 15,500 sqm.

Warehouse & industrial

Poland Fully commercialised in Goleniów

schedule 15 July 2024
Opr./edited by JC

Panattoni has signed a lease contract for over 16,000 sqm in Panattoni Park Goleniów I with logistics operator Fiege. With this deal the entire 60,000 sqm park has been fully commercialised.

Residential

Poland Not only for students

schedule 15 July 2024
Opr./edited by JC

The Collegia Group is launching another investment in the Tricity. A complex that will combine the functions of a student house, hotel and service space will be built at Grunwaldzka Avenue in Gdańsk.

Latest in E-commerce

schedule 12 January 2023

This is the end

Shopee is ending its operations in Poland. The Asian e-commerce platform, which debuted in Poland in 2021, intends to focus on operations in other regions of the world.

schedule 22 September 2020

Wildberries now growing in Ukraine

Russia’s largest online retailer Wildberries has entered the Ukrainian market.

schedule 21 May 2020

Wildberries growing in April

POLAND Wildberries, the Russian online retailer that debuted on the Polish market in January, has revealed some of its initial Polish sales figures.

schedule 12 May 2020

Wildberries growing in Slovakia

SLOVAKIA Wildberries, Russia’s largest online retailer, has entered the Slovakian market. The company has also anounced that it is considering investing EUR 200 mln in the development of a distribution centre in the country.

schedule 18 March 2020

E-commerce set to accelerate with Coronavirus

POLAND Cushman & Wakefield is cautious about predicting how the coronavirus pandemic will change online shopping habits but notes that many Polish companies are expecting a massive increase in their online orders.

schedule 30 January 2020

How much CO2 does your fashion sense generate?

WORLD Online second had clothes store Thredup store has created a Fashion Footprint Calculator to calculate the carbon footprint of your purchasing habits.

schedule 04 October 2019

A thousand new DHL Parcel pick-up points

POLAND DHL Parcel will this year have opened 1,000 new locations for despatching and collecting courier parcels.

schedule 26 September 2019

Logistics firms feeling the heat from e-commerce

POLAND According to the recent ‘Supply Chain for E-commerce. How to Meet the Challenges’ report published by DHL Supply Chain, most logistics companies in the contract logistics sector have yet to implement a strategy for the online retail segment.

schedule 28 August 2019

E-commerce is still a big challenge

WORLD Majority of companies have failed to fully implement an e-commerce strategy despite recognizing its importance, according to DHL’s global survey of nearly 900 decision-makers responsible for logistics or supply chain management and e-commerce.

schedule 29 July 2019

Hebe hits the net

POLAND Drugstore chain Hebe has officially launched its online store. Orders across Poland are delivered by courier. In Warsaw, parcels can also be picked up free of charge also in a chosen Hebe store.

schedule 18 July 2019

Airbnb modifies its practices

EUROPE The European Commission has announced that, as a result of negotiations with Airbnb, the platform has improved and fully clarified the accommodation and pricing offered to consumers on its site so that its standards meet EU consumer law.

schedule 17 July 2019

Europe points its big guns at Amazon

EUROPE The European Commission has opened a formal antitrust investigation to assess whether Amazon's use of sensitive data from independent retailers who sell on its marketplace is in breach of EU competition rules.

schedule 16 April 2019

Lidl goes online in Poland

POLAND Lidl is to launch an online store for Poland – lidl-sklep.pl.

schedule 23 January 2019

Chamber for e-commerce

POLAND The Polish Chamber of Digital Commerce (e-Izba) has set up the Retailers Group e-Chamber to support companies who operate in e-commerce and omnichannel sales or are planning to start a business in this sector.

schedule 05 November 2018

Polish online retailers looking to go global

POLAND Around 24 pct of Polish online retailers are currently considering foreign expansion claims the ‘The Challenges of E-commerce’ report prepared by the Kronenberg Foundation at Citi Handlowy.

schedule 26 September 2018

Shopping with a robot salesman

POLAND A Wrocław start-up has created a chatbot to sell and recommend goods to shoppers.

schedule 25 September 2018

Internet traders running up debt

POLAND According to BIG InfoMonitor data, the debts of e-commerce traders came to PLN 126 mln at the end of June this year, up 19 pct on the end of 2017.

schedule 14 September 2018

Zara reorganises online sales

WORLD The Zara store chain is to complete and send out online orders directly from its brick and mortar stores. The Spanish-based Inditex group, which owns the Zara brand, believes it can make online orders easier for shoppers by processing individual orders in their stores. Whenever a product is unavailable online, but can be found in stock at a local store, it can be ordered immediately with home delivery.

schedule 06 September 2018

True innovation from Marks & Spencer

WORLD Marks & Spencer has partnered with True, which operates in the new-tech segment, to focuses on innovation and digital transformation.

schedule 26 July 2018

Almost half of Poles yet to embrace e-commerce

POLAND According to this year’s ‘E-commerce in Poland. Gemius for e-Commerce Poland’ report by Gemius, 44 pct of Polish internet users have yet to make any purchases on the internet.

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