The Polish logistics operator Laude withdrew all its assets worth €100 million from Russia and transferred them to Ukraine. The property includes, among other things, 510 specialised railway platforms and thousands of containers for the delivery of goods from Ukraine to other European countries. It is planned to increase investments by increasing assets, purchasing premises, wagons and locomotives, and expanding the export-import network.
It is known that the company signed a contract with the state railway carrier Ukrzaliznytsia. The solution is highly profitable today because Ukrainian logistics has focused on the railway because cutted off from the sea and the sky.
According to Laude CEO Marcin Witchak, the company is introducing an investment plan worth €250 million for Ukraine-EU economic exchange in Ukraine.
Laude is part of ATS S.A. Laude — one of the largest importers of Ukrainian steel.