Scandinavian e-commerce trends were discussed during a seminar organized by the Scandinavian-Polish Chamber of Commerce on 27th April this year.
The topic is very important for the local economy, since three e-commerce distribution centres operate in the Goleniów Industrial Park. Those large logistics centres deliver goods to customers in the north of Europe.
Fork lifts had been still dismantling the setting of e-nsp!ration Day (Prime Cargo, 19.04.2017), while yet another e-commerce event was held in the Goleniów Industrial Park. This time, the Scandinavian-Polish Chamber of Commerce organised a seminar to share facts and disentangle myths. Presentations were delivered by Jacek Frydryc, Director at Stylepit, Zbigniew Kemspki Director at Prime Cargo, and Damian Kołata, Director at Fiege. Practitioners managing distribution centres discussed
opportunities and challenges for the sector and talked about the process
of returning goods purchased by customers. This is particularly important as regards the operation of the Zalando return centre operating in the GIP under the business name of Fiege. Additionally, Michał Drozdowicz, Consafe Logistics, presented IT solutions dedicated to the e-commerce sector.
The Scandinavian-Polish Chamber of Commerce is a business organisation established by and for Scandinavia-related businesses. The Chamber has its head office in Warsaw, but the organization operates all over Poland. At the moment,
the membership is the SPCC is nearly 400 (69 members from West Pomerania), which makes it one of the largest bilateral chambers operating in Poland.
The Goleniów-based members of the organization include Abena, Forankra, Goleniów Industrial Park, Goleniów Water and Sewage Company, HG Poland, Prime Cargo and Stylepit.