FM Logistic CE, a leading regional logistics operator, has just taken a major step towards switching to green electric energy. As of January 2021, all warehouse facilities in Central Europe owned by FM Logistic shall be 100% renewable energy source-powered. The company has signed respective agreements with providers in Slovakia, the Czech Republic and Poland, including one with the PGE Group // Polish Energy Group – the largest green power producer in Poland.
9 December 2020, A zero growth world; a world where ubiquitous technology has solved all current issues; or a world with insufficient cooperation. These are the scenarios outlined in the new "Logistics 2040" report published today by strategic foresight experts from 4CF company and FM Logistic. The report encourages discussions concerning theoretical reflections regarding the future of logistics and its role in European economy over the upcoming two decades.
FM Logistic CE and FoodCare, an FMCG leader in Poland, have decided to sign a long-term contract and extend their cooperation. The logistics operator has been providing its warehousing and transport services for the manufacturer since 2006. The current logistics service agreement has now been expanded to also include break bulk cargo shipment from the client's warehouses and factories.
During a Gala Ceremony held on 9 September 2020, FM Logistic Central Europe joined the club of laureates of the 21st edition of the Benefactor of the Year Competition organised by the Academy for the Development of Philanthropy in Poland. The title was awarded in the “Social Assistance” category. The jury recognised the Company’s co-operation with the Independent Robinsons (Samodzielni Robinsonowie) Foundation, and the comprehensive programme of supporting young people from children’s homes and foster families.
After the Polpharma Group obtained a permit from the Main Pharmaceutical Inspectorate (Pol: Główny Inspektorat Farmaceutyczny - GIF), the first logistic operations was launched on 3 August 2020, in the new extended module of the FM Health platform, the largest storage and distribution centre for pharmaceutical products in Central Europe, owned by FM Logistic CE. Therefore, the logistics operator is able to implement the agreement concluded with the leader of the Polish pharmaceutical market.
20 July 2020 - Purchase of equipment enabling distance and remote learning, supporting youths with online lessons, preparing for transport parcels for children under the #PomagamyRazem campaign rolled out in association with IKEA (Ingka Group), or finally, delivery of personal protective equipment to nearly one thousand medical professionals – these are just selected initiatives launched or joined in recent months while coronavirus pandemic lingers in our region by employees of FM Logistic CE, the leading logistic operator in the region.
FM Logistic Central Europe, part of FM Group – a global leader in logistics solutions – celebrates the 25th anniversary of its operations in the region. In the 1990s, using the opportunity created when Central European markets opened up, the company became a logistics pioneer in this part of the continent. It first entered Poland in 1995, followed by the Czech Republic (1996), Slovakia (1999) and Hungary (2005).
FM Logistic CE, a leading logistics operator in Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Hungary, launches a dedicated programme for start-ups. The initiative is called 'FM Open Lab' and it is aimed at business people who would like to develop their product or service in real-life business conditions.
The programme is aimed at all beginner entrepreneurs in the fields of urban logistics, transport of the future, green supply chain, robotics and automation, data valorization, and blockchain.
On 19 May 2020, the warehouse in Błonie near Warsaw, where FM Logistic CE, operating as FM Health, runs its distribution centre dedicated to the pharmaceutical sector, was awarded the Good Distribution Practice certificate for Commercial Distributor from the Chief Pharmaceutical Inspectorate.
In May, the FM Logistic Central Europe warehouse in Wola Bykowska near Piotrków Trybunalski was granted the High-Risk Facility (ZDR) status. Its premises include a special ADR zone, where particularly dangerous goods can be stored. Thanks to this investment, the company has expanded the scope of its services related to goods classified as dangerous.