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Lineage Strengthens Polish Footprint with Lębork Facility Expansion

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Lineage, the world’s largest global temperature-controlled warehouse REIT, announced the opening of its expanded temperature-controlled facility in Lębork, in the Pomorskie region of northern Poland. Marking Lineage’s continued efforts to support customers’ demands of the fast-growing economies in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), the expansion increases the warehouse’s pallet space capacity by approximately 30%, boosting its total pallet space capacity to over 40,000. Mobile racking systems have also been implemented.The opening of the expanded warehouse follows the opening of a new regional headquarters in Warsaw, Poland, in November 2023.“We are keeping up with our commitments made to Poland, and more broadly Central and Eastern Europe, when we opened our new regional headquarters in Warsaw last year,” said Harld Peters, president of Lineage Europe. “In addition to our newly expanded Lębork facility, we also have a cold storage facility with more than 43,000 pallet positions in Gdansk, home to one of Europe’s fastest growing ports.”Lineage entered the Polish market in 2020 following the acquisition and rebranding of Pago sp. z o.o. (“Pago”), a leading warehousing, distribution and transport logistics provider in Poland. In total, the company has a network of six warehouses across Poland, located in key transport links near Warsaw, Poznań, Katowice and Gdańsk. About LineageLineage, Inc. is the world’s largest global temperature-controlled warehouse REIT with a network of over 480 strategically located facilities totaling over 84.1 million square feet of capacity across countries in North America, Europe, and Asia-Pacific. Coupling end-to-end supply chain solutions and technology, Lineage partners with some of the world’s largest food and beverage companies to help increase distribution efficiency, advance sustainability, minimize supply chain waste, and, most importantly, feed the world.    

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