Olsztyn-based photovoltaic systems manufacturer CORAB has launched a new distribution centre. They have chosen Gliwice in the province of Silesia. The photovoltaic components, available in an attractive location, will be stored over an area equivalent to almost five football pitches. After Olsztyn, Warsaw and Poznań, this is another logistics warehouse for a leading European manufacturer of photovoltaic systems.
- This modern CORAB warehouse is not only a response to growing demand and customer enquiries from southern Poland but also for serving customers from other countries - particularly Bulgaria, Romania and Hungary. The location of the logistics centre will certainly facilitate and accelerate the fulfilment of orders, - says Przemysław Brzywcy, responsible for business development at CORAB S.A.
All the high-bay warehouses that CORAB uses have a surface area of more than 30,000 square metres. CORAB's logistics centres use the latest generation of terminals and automatic sideloaders with programmable levels. This enables us to fulfil customer orders even faster.
The full product range offered by CORAB can be found at: https://shopb2b.corab.pl/