Our customers are mainly retail shops. However, we are also open to cooperate with other entrepreneurs selling Polish groceries on the area of our business activity.
We offer almost 9 000 products and constantly enlarge selection of the merchandise to meet the needs of our customers. We offer a wide range of cold cuts, hams and meat, dairy products and fat, fruits and vegetables, instant meal, juice and beverages. Our products are made by the best food manufacturers in our country.
- We prepare an order and load them into lorries in Lublin and in Wysogotowo near Poznan.
- Lorries set off to our transshipment stations. TIRs from Lublin transport goods to Southall, and from Wysogotowo to Sheffield, Glasgow, Dublin and De Meern near Utrecht.
- In the transshipment stations the goods are being reloaded into smaller cars and delivered to the customers. Lorries from Southall deliver goods to shops in south of Great Britain, goods from Sheffield are transported to north of Great Britain, and goods from De Meern are delivered to customers in Belgium, Netherlands and Germany. A warehouse in Glasgow supplies stores in Scotland and Dublin serves Irish customers.
- If need be, a driver will help with the unloading the car.
The more orders the company had, the more vehicles they have to use. Finally, the partners began using lorries to transport merchandise to the UK. The company expanded and hiring more employees was necessary to successfully run a business.
Good management resulted in increasing number of deliveries. The company owners “were forced” to open bigger transshipment stations in Poland and England, which significantly facilitated the work in the company.
Since 2014 the company owns its own stock level and effective logistics based on the United Kingdom`s experiences, effectively use on other markets it serves.
Currently three business partners Grzegorz Cioczek, Paweł Wójciak and Katarzyna Zdybicka-Wójciak still remain the backbone of the company. The company hires more than 600 employees in Poland and abroad and the number of workers is still growing.