Himoinsa Poland expands storage facility

By Lewis Tyler16 March 2023

Himoinsa Poland, a subsidiary of Spanish generator and lighting tower manufacturer Himoinsa has extended its storage facility in Warsaw to allow it to increase its equipment inventory and distribution capacity.

Himoinsa Poland Photo: Himoinsa

The company, which opened the facility in 2019, says the 1,500 m2 extension ensures it will be able to hold large stock of up to almost 500 generator sets and lighting towers.

The site currently serves Poland, the Baltic States and Ukraine and has an aftermarket area, mechanical equipment repair workshop and a spare parts sales outlet.

Marcin Miziak, general manager, Himoinsa Polska, said, “This expansion allows us to increase our equipment storage and distribution capacity and to ensure that we can provide our customers with fast product delivery.

“The expansion of our premises and our qualified technical-commercial team allow Himoinsa to further consolidate its position in the market and to respond to the new business opportunities that are opening up.”

The expansion of the facility, which now spans 11,500 m2 , comes off the back of increased turnover since its opening, according to the company.

It has also implemented an expansion strategy to strengthen its distributor network and introduce new products to the market for Mobile Power and OnSite Power, energy storage and distribution systems, S5 generator sets with Stage V engines, new lighting tower models and Stationary Range generator sets.

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