The global sourcing and distribution network of LPP is centrally managed and covers operations based on its own infrastructure as well as in cooperation with logistics operators. This network consists of an integrated system of Distribution Centres as well as Fulfilment Centres – each playing and important role in the implementation of logistics processes.
Distribution Centres are a key element of our logistics network, constituting the link between the supply and distribution systems. This is where all shipments from our suppliers arrive. hey are then verified and stored to ensure timely and continuous delivery for the entire distribution system, including the brick-and-mortar chain and Fulfilment Centres for online sales. In the distribution centres, our goods are prepared for sale – e.g. sorted according to the orders placed by individual stores, packed, and refreshed. Here, too, RFID clips are encoded.
CD – PRUSZCZ GDAŃSKI
The LPP Distribution Centre in Pruszcz Gdański was established in 2008. In the years 2013-2015 the facility underwent modernization. In 2020, its extension was completed. Currently, it is one of the largest and most state-of-the-art distribution centres in Central and Eastern Europe. Its area amounts to 100,000 m2. The centre handles deliveries to over 1,800 brick-and-mortar stores located in Europe and the Middle East, as well as to regional Fulfilment Centres.
CD – BRZEŚĆ KUJAWSKI
Distribution Center with an area of 75 thousand m2 launched in 2022 in response to the intensive development of the company. The facility is adapted to serve stationery stores and ship up to 8 million items of clothing and accessories per week. The warehouse is equipped with automation solutions that enable the handling of deliveries to 1,000 stores at the same time.
CD – GDAŃSK
Distribution Center with an area of 30 thousand m2 supports operational activity of LPP brick-and-mortar stores in Poland and Central and Eastern Europe.
Fulfillment Centers (FCs) are responsible for the prompt fulfillment of our online store customers’ orders. This process consists of receiving and placing goods in the picking area, picking, packing orders and shipping. The right quantity, location and capacity of each FC enable us to offer the highest level of service, including making deliveries to customers the day after an order is placed.
FC – PRUSZCZ GDAŃSKI
The 64,000-square-meter warehouse, located near CD in Pruszcz Gdanski, is responsible for orders and returns from LPP’s online stores. It handles domestic shipments, as well as those abroad – to Germany, Ukraine, the Baltic States and, more recently, Italy and Spain.
FC – ROMANIA
The 43,000-square-meter center supports the e-commerce operations of all LPP brands in Romania, Hungary and, more recently, Bulgaria and Greece. In addition to online shipments, it also carries out cross-dock operations to supply LPP’s stationary network in Romania and Bulgaria.
FC – SLOVAKIA
A 32,000-square-meter warehouse facility that serves as a so-called “warehouse facility. Fulfillment Center, dedicated to logistics support for online sales in Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Croatia and Slovenia. Equipped with a state-of-the-art automatic sorting system, optimizing the order picking and shipping process.
FC – PODKARPACIE
The 69,000-square-meter warehouse, located in Jasionka near. Rzeszów, represents the largest logistics facility dedicated to e-commerce. It supports online sales in Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Hungary, Ukraine and the Baltic States.
Due to a change in the LPP Group’s business strategy and the setting of new directions for the development of its sales network in the Western and Southern European region, LPP has decided to launch a distribution center in Romania. The new 65,000-square-foot warehouse, managed by operator LPP Logistics, will begin operations in late 2023. The facility will enable the efficient handling of deliveries to LPP’s 450 brand stores located in Romania, as well as in neighboring Southern European countries, namely. Bulgaria, Hungary, Croatia, North Macedonia, Serbia and Greece.