FM Logistic Central Europe is a division of an international logistics operator that services 4 countries: the Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia and Hungary. In this part of Europe, FM Logistic first began its operations in Poland (1995), after which it entered the Czech (1996), Slovak (1999) and Hungarian (2005) markets. In 2016, the FM Logistic Group decided to create a joint Central European region, with the intention of providing the best possible service, meeting the needs of clients in that part of Europe, and expanding its distribution network.
The organisation provides complex logistics services, including warehousing, co-packing and co-manufacturing and transport. Each country in the region is unique and operates according to its own market environment. They differ in terms of the range of services they offer, but they share the many years of know-how, achievements and exceptional organisational culture of the FM Group. Services for the e-commerce sector are rapidly developing in the Czech Republic. In Poland, Błonie, a town just outside Warsaw, is home to the largest distribution centre for the pharmaceutical industry in Central Europe. FM Logistic’s activities in Slovakia primarily comprise co-packing and co-manufacturing services. In Hungary, the company’s operations above all consist of transport services, with a network of its own and partners’ transshipment hubs.