Robs Group Logistic plans to enter i.a. to Norway, the Netherlands, Belgium and Denmark

Robs Group Logistic (RGL) plans to enter new foreign markets, including to Norway, the Netherlands, Belgium and Denmark, the company said. Currently, outside Poland, it operates in Sweden, where it generates approx. 75-80% of revenues.

“We are interested in further expansion and geographic diversification of our operations. Next year we will definitely want to enter the Norwegian market. We are in talks with our Swedish contractor for the implementation of several projects in Norway. We see potential in Finland. Besides, we will definitely want to enter the Belgian market. We really want to be more visible on the Polish market and develop the German market more strongly,” said President Robert Dąbrowski, quoted in the release.

The company is already present on the German market, where it sells new and used racks for local and national contractors.

“By supplying used and partly new racks, we are building our brand in Germany. We develop cooperation with local and national partners. In the autumn of this year, we are planning a meeting with German business partners in order to deepen the existing cooperation and increase the scale of turnover. We hope that these meetings will result in further projects next year,” added the president.

In turn, on the Swedish market, together with its partner Sunsol, the company plans to offer construction solutions for photovoltaic systems soon, which will be an additional source of income.

Robs Group Logistic provides assembly, disassembly, reconstruction and service of racks for high-bay warehouses. The company is listed on the NewConnect market. It had PLN 22.5 million in revenue in 2022.


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