Broekman Logistics has been present in Poland, since 2010. Located in the heart of Europe, the country serves as a prominent logistics hub for goods moving between Western Europe, the Baltic Sea region, and Eastern Europe.



Broekman Poland has 4 locations, situated in Gdynia, Poznań, Wyszków and Błonie. These locations are not only strategically located but also offer a wide range of services, including ‘Warehousing and Distribution,’ ‘Value Added Logistics,’ and ‘Value Added Services.’

Our Polish employees are proactive and often understand each other with just a half-word.


Poland as a logistics hub

Poland has access to major European ports, such as Gdansk and Szczecin, through well-established transport corridors, including highways, railways, rivers and canals. The ports serve as crucial points for sea-rail and sea-road intermodal transportation, connecting Poland to international shipping routes. This enables us to efficiently and rapidly transport your goods within Poland or worldwide.

By storing products close to customers, lead times shorten and cost-effective supply chain operations are streamlined. This provides alignment of supply with demand, allowing for responsiveness to changes in demand and customer needs.

We offer our third-party logistics expertise to partners in sectors such as chemicals, agricultural machinery, general cargo commodities, greenhouse and horticulture, other machinery, retail, and metal. We handle licenses, customs, documentation, insurance, certificates, and labelling, ensuring your products reach their desired destinations on time.

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