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Here you can select our various locations around Rhenus. You can choose between countries, the corresponding locations, business areas, as well as locations in your surrounding area.

  • Rhenus Logistics Poland – Freight Logistics


    We are a specialized and experienced logistic service provider designing and implementing warehouse solutions suited to customer’s requirements.

  • Rhenus Logistics Poland – Freight Logistics


    We offer full service and support of the complete supply chain starting from production supply, sales, distribution and post-sales service.

  • Rhenus Logistics Poland – Port Logistics


    Complete range of port, customs and transshipment services both in ports and storage terminals, enables us to execute the most complex logistic projects.

  • Rhenus Logistics Poland – High-Tech Logistics


    Rhenus Delivery Services specializes High Tech Logistics in the field of equipment transport with additional services such as: bringing, unpacking, positioning, assembly, receipt and disposal of packaging.


    Rhenus Delivery Services specializes Home Delivery Logistics in the field of transport with additional services, such as: bringing, unpacking, positioning, assembly, receipt and recycling of packaging.

  • Rhenus Logistics Poland – Data Logistics


    Rhenus Data Office Polska is a specialized provider of integrated document and information management solutions.


Dear Customer,

At Rhenus Logistics we are observing the situation related to the coronavirus very closely and have already introduced extensive precautionary measures and developed procedures in order to protect our employees and business sites. We have also set up a dedicated team to monitor the situation very carefully, reassess it every day and adapt the measures accordingly.

27.03.2020 Update // Rhenus Poland

The government of Poland announced the epidemic in Poland and the borders to  neighbouring countries have been closed.

Freight transport is possible. Strict border checks are contiunued.
Currently all traffics at the borders are running smoothly.
Poland has also lifted the rules for driving and resting times until 16 April 2020.

A dedicated Rhenus Logistics team has been established, that monitors the messages issued by the Chief Sanitary Inspectorate (GIS) and other state authorities on an ongoing basis, and monitors the situation in the entire Rhenus Group as well. All precaution actions recommended by the Chief Sanitary Inspectorate are implemented.

Please find below an operational status of realisation the services provided  by Rhenus in Poland:

  • Warehousing Solutions
    Rhenus warehouses operates without any obstacles.
  • Road Transport
    The national distribution network works smoothly.  Possible delays in deliveries due to extended sanitary procedures introduced when transferring goods to recipients.
    Possible delays in international transport borders between EU countries.
    COD shipments are not processed.

  • Air & Ocean
    Air transport:
    Lufthansa has a new solution for flights from Warsaw via Vienna on to Dubai - from Dubai to the world for most destinations. Road transport from Warsaw to Vienna - everyday.
    Qatar Airways - embargo on controlled temperature goods to India.

    Ocean transport:
    Despite the restrictions, the port of Gdansk works quite efficiently. Containers are unloaded faster.
    The supply of cars for FCL transports from Gdańsk and transports to Hamburg is also increasing. FCL carriers are actively looking for imports from Germany to Poland. In many directions, most shipowners have big problems with export space even in April. It is difficult to get free space on ships to the East (India, Thailand).

    Rail transport:
    Difficulties caused by the epidemiological situation at the railway terminals. By limiting the number of people working in warehouses, drivers have to wait longer than usual for loading goods. The requirement of notifying the load collection for a specific time has been introduced.

  • Home Delivery & High Tech Logistics
    All services are provided as standard.

27.03.2020 Update // Rhenus Network

General Information


Please note that some countries have now closed one or several border checkpoints. Although these measures usually do not apply to freight transportation, they can still lead to diversions and delays due to health checks and traffic jams.

Information applying to all shipments:

Before dispatching your shipment, please make sure that the consignee is in business and able to receive your shipment. In order to ensure that our supply chains remain operational, we are carefully planning our transportation and warehousing capacities.

Document handling: Due to the current situation, the handling of documents (invoices, delivery notes and related documents) within our network will be suspended until further notice. Customs documents are explicitly expected from this rule. We kindly ask you to directly attach all documents in a delivery note pocket to the shipment.

POD signatures: If the consignee refuses to sign on glass or on the physical POD our drivers are now instructed to ask for the name and ID of the recipient.

  • Austria 
    Austria has lifted additionally to the weekend travel ban also the driving and resting times, that means drivers are not obliged to do their resting times, all controls have been suspended. Our partners are reporting that the networks are still working with their full capacity, however due to the measurements put in place by the Austrian government, many customers have closed down and/or have closed their goods receiving department.
    Additionally, due to the border checks between Germany/Italy and Austria delays are reported at the border. Even though the situation at the Italian – Austrian border has improved, minor delays still occur.
    The following towns are still under quarantine. No deliveries and pick-ups will take place, except for businesses important for the supply chain, these will still be allowed to enter the Area of Tirol. By an adjustment of the decree, these measures have been prolonged until 12 April 2020.

    The government has also put two villages (Nenzing-Dorf and Beschling) under quarantine, where only the transport of food supplies and medicine is allowed. Both of these areas are in postcode 6710.

    6754 Klösterle 6000 -6600 Tirol
    6762 - -6764 Lech 9900 Tirol
    6767 Warth 5541 - 5542 Salzburg Area
    6888 Schröcken 5460 - 5461 Salzburg Area
    6580 St. Anton am Arlberg 5630 Salzburg Area
    6553 Kappl, See 5632 Salzburg Area
    6555 Kappl, See 5611 Salzburg Area
    6561 Ischgl 5612 Salzburg Area
    6562 Ischgl 6710
    6563 Galtür 6710
    9844 Heiligenblut
    6710 Beschling
  • Belgium
    Belgium has also shut down public spaces, except supermarkets and pharmacies.  However, transports are not affected in any way.
    As of March 18th, Belgium is now in a total lockdown, which leads to even more consignees closing.

  • Bosnia
    We have been informed by our partners that the reported waiting times to enter Serbia are 24 hours and to enter Bosnia it will take approximately 5 hours.

  • Bulgaria
    Bulgaria has announced a state of emergency. Additionally, Bulgaria has closed its borders for people coming from risk areas. There are special restrictions for truck drivers in place.

  • Croatia  
    The waiting times at the Croatian Border have gone down, we are currently experiencing delays of up to 3 hours. Additionally, some restrictions are in place for foreign drivers. Still, there are currently no waiting times at the Croatian borders reported.
    We are expecting delays of at least 24 hours for deliveries and collections due to a reduction of shuttle lines to Bosnia-Herzegovina and Slovenia.
    Due to heavy snowfall in Croatia, the border crossing Izačić-Ličko Petrovo Selo is still closed for all vehicles. For the island with the postcode 22243 only deliveries with food supplies and medicine are possible, as there has been an earthquake on 26 March 2020.
  • Czech Republic 
    The Czech government has locked down some cities in the eastern part of the country. These cities are under total lockdown and neither collections nor deliveries can take place. The following cities are affected by the lockdown.

    CZ 784 01 Litovel CZ 784 01  Unčovice
    CZ 783 91  Uničov CZ 783 21  Víska u Litovle
    CZ 784 01  Červenka CZ 783 91  Benkov u Střelic
    CZ 784 01  Chořelice CZ 789 75  Brníčko
    CZ 783 21  Chudobín CZ 783 91  Dětřichov
    CZ 783 21  Myslechovice CZ 783 91 Dolní Sukolom
    CZ 783 21  Nasobůrky CZ 783 91 Horní Sukolom
    CZ 783 21  Nová Ves u Litovle CZ 783 91  Nová Dědina u Uničova
    CZ 784 01  Rozvadovice CZ 783 91  Renoty
    CZ 783 24  Savín CZ 783 91  Střelice u Litovle
    CZ 784 01 Tři Dvory u Litovle
    All other transports to and from the Czech Republic are still possible, there are delays at border crossings.

  • Denmark
    The government of Denmark has closed their border to their neighboring countries. Freight transport is still possible. Denmark has also decided to lift the restrictions of driving and resting times until 11 April 2020. The police will, as far as possible, take into account the access of trucks and, where possible, separate lanes for freight traffic will be made. Still, delays at the border are to be expected.
    Denmark has also announced to close bars, shopping malls etc. Therefore, please do not send shipments to these businesses to Denmark.

  • Finland
    Since 19 March 2020, Finland has closed its borders as well, which does not affect road transport. The city of Helsinki will also impose a general lockdown but will not restrict the transport of goods. The government has suspended the driving and resting time restrictions until April 25th, we are expecting a positive impact on our operations.

  • France
    We would like to remind you to please make sure that the consignee of your shipment is in business and able to receive your shipment.
    France has also decided to lift the restrictions of driving and resting times, we are expecting a positive impact on our operations.

  • Germany   
    The German government has announced to close down the border to Austria, Switzerland, Denmark, Luxembourg and France, effective since Monday 16th of March 2020. It was highlighted that this closure will not apply to freight transports. Additionally, the Sunday driving bans for trucks have been lifted in order to support the further flow of cargo.

  • Greece
    The Greek Prime Minister announced that Greece has imposed a national lockdown since of 23 March 2020, 06:00h CET. This does not affect freight transportation.

  • Hungary
    From March 17th 00:00 the Hungarian government has closed the borders. This does not apply for international transports or transit.
    There are currently considerable delays to enter Hungary from Austria, the traffic jams are up to 17km long. Hungary will also impose a national lockdown for its inhabitants from Saturday onwards, but it will not affect the road transport in general.

  • Ireland
    The ferry services have now stopped carrying passengers. It is still possible to ship semi-trailers, containers and swap bodies. Delays are possible. Ireland has also lifted the regulations on driving and resting times. We are expecting a positive impact on our operations.

  • Italy  
    The Prime Minister of Italy has announced to close down all “non-vital” businesses and industries. In general, this rule does not apply for pharmaceutical companies and businesses which are vital for the food supply chain. There is an interim period for companies to finish their current processes until today, therefore please check once again with your customers whether their customers will still be able to receive shipments from today on.
    Our branches in Italy will remain open and will continue their operational services.
    Before dispatching your shipment, please make sure that the consignee is in business and able to receive your shipment. In order to ensure that our supply chains remain operational, we are carefully planning our transportation and warehousing capacities.
    The situation remains critical. The continuing lockdown and the ongoing spreading of the virus is leading to high absence rates of staff - this applies to both businesses as well as to transport companies. First Italian domestic networks are now reporting increasing delays in the distribution.

  • Latvia
    The government of Latvia has imposed restrictions for truck drivers entering the country. Currently, freight transport is not affected in any way.

  • Lithuania
    Lithuania is on quarantine and foreigners are not allowed to enter, which does not apply to freight transportation. Health checks are conducted, which might lead to delays when entering to Lithuania. The traffic jams at the border to Poland have been cleared for now and traffic is running smoothly.

  • Netherlands
    The Dutch government has also closed down public spaces, without any restrictions on transports. At the moment no delays are reported.

  • Norway
    The government of Norway has closed their border to their neighboring countries. Freight transport is still possible, delays at the borders are possible.

  • Portugal
    Road traffic has been stopped in general at the Portuguese borders, which does not apply to freight transports. However, only main border crossing points with Spain will remain open. Nevertheless, we have  received confirmed information that Portugal has declared quarantine for the area of Ovar (Aveiro District, Baixo Vouga Subregion). The following postcode ranges are affected:
    No pickups and deliveries are possible in this area anymore, except for vital supplies such as food, medicine and gas.

  • Romania
    The government of Romania has declared the state of Emergency and closed several border checkpoints. Romania imposed travel restrictions, which do not apply to international road freight transport. There are currently some delays to be expected at the Hungarian – Romanian border.
    The restrictions on driving and resting times have been lifted until 16 April 2020.

  • Russia
    Since 20 March 2020, for a period of one month, the Russian Government has cancelled all restrictions (including customs) on the supply of basic consumer goods and a “green corridor” has been established for importers and large retail chains. A zero rate of customs duties has been levied on the import of a number of goods, including medicines and medical products. The government also declared a nonbusiness week (national holiday) for the entire country on 25 March 2020, which does not apply to international road transport.

  • Serbia    
    The Serbian border has been closed for entry through Bosnia with strict checks at the border. The waiting times are currently up to 24 hours. In the distribution delays of at least 24 hours can be expected. The current waiting times at the border to enter Serbia has relayed and is currently at about 1-2 hours. Shuttle services to Macedonia and Montenegro are running with a limited schedule. Shuttle services to Macedonia, Montenegro, Kosovo, Albania and Bosnia are scheduled.
  • Slovakia 
    The government of Slovakia has closed their border to their neighboring countries. This does not affect national and international transports as well as transit.The Slovakian government has decided to closed all shops, bars and restaurants. Therefore, please kindly make sure that the consignee of your goods is able to accept them.
  • Slovenia   
    The Slovenian government has updated its regulations on the road freight transport to Slovenia. Only four border crossing points remain open for entry through Italy. The road freight transport from Italy to Slovenia is currently stopped at the border except for:
    • trucks with their final destination in Slovenia
    • trucks with postage, medicine equipment, pharmaceutical products or humanitarian help
    Transit through Slovenia is now only allowed when organized in convoys by the Slovenian police, this will lead to considerable delays for trucks waiting to transit Slovenia. We are currently expecting delays of at least 24 hours for all collections and deliveries made.
    The will be limited shuttle services to Serbia, Bosnia and Croatia.

  • Spain  
    Due to the lockdown decision by the Spanish government we expect further close downs of businesses as the situation develops. There is also a possibility, that the government implements further restrictions in the country, as the situation develops. The quarantine areas mentioned below are still in place.The government has also decided to lift the driving and resting times for drivers from 29 March 2020 until 12 April 2020. This does not apply to the transport of dangerous goods.

    Region: Arroyo de la Luz
    Regions: Cartagena, San Pedro, San Javier, Los Alcázares, La Unión, Mazarrón y Águilas:
    30201 30351 30384 30397 30360
    30202 30365 30385 30398 30860
    30203 30367 30389 30590 30870
    30204 30368 30390 30593 30875
    30205 30369 30391 30594 30876
    30300 30370 30392 30835 30877
    30310 30380 30393 30868 30878
    30319 30381 30394 30740 30879
    30330 30382 30395 30730 30880
    30350 30383 30396 30710 30889\
    8280 Calaf  8719 Rubió 
    8281 Calonge de Segarra  08719 -  Bellprat 
    8281 Castellfollit de Riubregós  -43421 Bellprat 
    8281 Copóns  8779 La Llacuna 
    8281 Prat del rey  8781 Pierola 
    8281 Salavinera  8783 Capellades 
    8282 Pujalt  8783 Masquefa 
    8282 Sant Marti sasguioles  8784 Piera 
    8289 Veciana  8785 Vallbona 
    8294 Bruch  8787 Carme 
    8711 Argensola  8787 La Pobla de Claramunt 
    8712 San Martin de Tous  8787 Orpí 
    8717 Montmaneu  8787 Santa María de Miralles 
    8718 Cabrera de Igualada  8789 Torre de Claramunt 
    8719 Castellolí  8700 Igualada 
    8719 Jorba  8711 Òdena 
    8710 Santa Margarida de Montbul 
    8788 Vilanova del Cami 
  • Sweden
    The Swedish Government has decided to loose rules for driving and resting times which has a positive result on our transport capabilities.

  • Switzerland
    The federal council of Switzerland declared an “extraordinary situation” and introduces more stringent measures: all shops, restaurants, bars and entertainment facilities will remain closed until 19 April 2020. Food stores and healthcare institutions are not affected. Although the borders are still open, traffic jams may occur. Switzerland has also lifted the restrictions on driving and resting times for transports related to basic services, such as food and medicine.
    Please check with all consignors if the shipments can be delivered to the consignees. All hazardous goods, which cannot be delivered will be returned.

  • Turkey
    The Turkish government now carries out health checks at their borders, delays are to be expected. Truck drivers from most countries will have to undergo a 14-day quarantine at the border. Turkish truck drivers entering the country from most countries, will be quarantined for 14 days at home. Currently there are traffic jams of up to 45km at the border between Bulgaria and Turkey.

  • United Kingdom
    The government of the UK has declared a country-wide lockdown for three weeks. All non-essential retail stores have been ordered to close – clothing, electronic stores, salons, markets, libraries, community centers and leisure centers.
    The UK government has decided to lift the restrictions on driving and resting times, we are expecting a positive impact on our operations.
    Before dispatching your shipment, please make sure that the consignee is in business and able to receive your shipment.

  • Ukraine
    The government now carries out health checks at their borders, delays are to be expected.

What we are doing

We have currently increased the hygiene standards at all our buildings and are regularly informing our employees about the recommendations and preventive measures announced by the authorities and the WHO.

Wherever it is possible, our employees are increasingly working from their home office. This applies to sales and administration operations and the operational units too. There are long-term restrictions on business trips and conferences are now being replaced by virtual meetings. This means that we are not only restricting infection chains, if a real emergency develops, but are also creating backups to maintain operations at our business sites to the best possible degree.

Our drivers are equipped with disinfectants and have been instructed about safety rules.

Do you need more information?

Our dedicated Team in Poland will monitor any developments and decide on further measures.

If you need more information:

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Rhenus Logistics S.A.

Radonice 46 B

PL 05-870 Błonie

Tel.: +48 22 463 95 00

Fax: +48 22 463 95 09