As we read on Wiadomości Handlowe, in the coming weeks AliExpress will launch deliveries from the largest new logistics hub in Central and Eastern Europe. We are talking about the Cainiao warehouse center, whose construction was completed a few days ago. The warehouse has an area of 10,000 square meters and is located near the city of Lodz. This investment means, among other things, that the parcels ordered from the new warehouse will arrive in our country within a maximum of three days (and practically certainly faster). The new logistics center will also supply customers from the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Austria and Germany.
The largest AliExpress logistics center in Central and Eastern Europe is built near ód. You will not only supply Polish customers, but also order parties from the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Austria and Germany.
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It has been known for several months that AliExpress is planning larger investments in our region. At the beginning of the year, there was talk of creating a network of AliExpress devices in Poland (you can read about it Here). AliExpress belongs to the Alibaba group, and it was on its way to reach more Poles. Unfortunately, at the beginning of July, the European Union slightly thwarted expansion plans for Chinese e-commerce.
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In the European Union, customs and VAT regulations have been changed, which makes buying many items from AliExpress no longer profitable. Perhaps the establishment of a new logistics center will make part of the assortment available again at lower prices than they are now. After all, the Chinese giant plans to fill warehouses located in Poland before Singles’ Day (November 11), during the period of big discounts.
Source: business news
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