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Geodis opens new cross-dock facility for Europe’s major home furnishings retail chain in Poland

Conforama, a French home furnishings retailer, has teamed with Geodis to open a cross-dock facility and coordinate the supply of its items, which are manufactured and assembled at 20 locations in Poland, Romania, and Slovakia before being shipped to its 167 retail shops across France.

The new cross-dock 51,000 m² facility meets all of Conforama's requirements and has the potential to be expanded by 17,000 m².

Operations for Conforama that have been carried out at the Wroclaw facility in Poland for the previous eight years have been relocated to Pietrzykowice in the southwestern district of Lower Silesia in Poland.

"The implementation of this solution for Conforama has been possible thanks to the collaboration between the developer MountPark and Geodis teams at Pietrzykowice,” commented Olivier Royer, road transport CEO of Geodis .

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