Maciej Chmielewski

Maciej Chmielewski

Senior Partner | Director

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Professional Summary

Maciej Chmielewski joined Colliers International in September 2003. Since 2007 he has held the position of the Partner and the Director of Industrial and Logistics Agency.
Maciej advised in choosing the optimal location and negotiations of lease conditions for more than 1.000 000 square meters of warehouse and production space. He was involved in many projects and cooperated with representative clients such as Danone, Michelin, Unilever, Firestone, Kofola, Johnson Controls, Mauser, Newell Rubbermaid, Pregis and Sonoco.




Law and Administration at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań
Real Estate Academy in Boston (USA)
Property Valuation at the Warsaw School of Management 
Property Valuation and Management at the Sheffield Hallam University in Sheffiled (UK)


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Featured Research
6 Apr 2020
Market Insights - Industrial Market 2020
A result of the global pandemic, the current, difficult, market situation has already made an impact on the commercial real estate market. Colliers International is making every effort to provide you with up-to-date information on the subject. We are sharing the results of our work using Colliers’ COVID-19 Insights portal, and will soon follow with more publications regarding the Polish market.
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6 Apr 2020
A look at the pandemic - Industrial & Logistics Coronavirus Survey Report
How is the current situation affecting business in the I&L sector? | What changes can we expect in the upcoming 12 months? | What do the Experts think?
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Featured News
1 Jun 2020
October and November stand out as either the first and second most relevant months for most EMEA countries in terms of production activity
Soon after the COVID-19 outbreak, a good share of manufacturing facilities across Europe, as with many other businesses, ceased operation to help protect employees from the spread of the virus and also as a means of countering the expected drop in demand going forward. The majority are now back up and running, but some are operating at a reduced capacity to respect health and safety guidelines for one, but also in some cases due to a drop in demand for certain goods and products, a build-up of inventory, or are awaiting materials and components as supply chains come back online.
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6 May 2020
Over 19 million sq m warehouse space in Poland
At the end of the Q1 2020, the total supply of modern warehouse space in Poland exceeded the level of 19 million sq m. The Warsaw market (three zones) maintained its leading position and accounted for nearly 23% of the total supply in the country (4.3 million sq m).
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