In the first place in the TOP "three" among the providers of warehouse space based on the total warehouse space for 2018 was CS Cargo Slovakia, which had 99,995 square meters of usable and leasable warehouse space in cities such as Bratislava, Zvolen, Spišská Nová Ves or Prešov. In 2018, it had a total of seven warehouses in Slovakia. In second place was the company Gefco Slovakia with 620 employees in Slovakia. At that time, it had a total of 63,100 square meters of warehouse space. Finally, FM Logistic came in third, offering a total of 50,000 square meters of warehouse space and 450 employees.

Other companies, which ranked in the TOP five according to the book SLBOOK, also started. The fourth place belongs to the company Topnad (42,000 m2), which in 2018 achieved a turnover for warehousing services of 3.88 million euros. Compared to the previous year, this represents an increase of more than 400,000 euros. The total turnover is EUR 17.09 million. The fifth place was won by Geis SK (41,000 m2) with 300 employees, which in 2018 had a total turnover of 46.51 million euros. Of course, other companies also offered their warehouse space, such as GEBRÜDER WEISS (28,000 m2) or Cargo Partner SR (26,400 m2 in Bratislava and Dunajská Streda) with 205 employees and a turnover for warehousing services of 2.8 million eur.

A look into the past

What was the order according to the usable area for 2007 in the book SLBOOK 2009? 1. DHL Logistics (Slovakia) (255,500 m2) with 1,058 employees in Slovakia, 2. Beta-Car (180,100 m2) with 210 employees in Slovakia, 3. Kühne + Nagel (22,000 m2) with 200 employees in Slovakia, 4. GEBRÜDER WEISS (16,440 m2) with 235 employees in Slovakia, 5. Rhenus Logistics (13,000 m2), 6. cargo-partner SR (8,178 m2), 7. OPAL - FYTOS (7,490 m2), 8. UTi Slovakia (5,400 m2), 9th VADUAL LOGISTICS (3,000 m2) and 10th Hermes (2,600 m2). As we can see, several former "top" companies have disappeared or simply merged with other companies or renamed themselves. And how has the situation changed over the years? You can find out about this in the forthcoming book SLBOOK 2021.


Source:// Systémy Logistiky