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Jones Lang LaSalle strengthens Industrial Agency Team in CEE

Tomasz Olszewski to lead Industrial Agency


Warsaw, 15th April 2010 – Jones Lang LaSalle announced today that it is significantly strengthening its industrial team in the CEE region in a step that positions the business to best take advantage of recovering markets and opportunities emerging within the region. Jones Lang LaSalle confirmed that from July 1st Tomasz Olszewski will join the firm as the head of the Polish and wider CEE industrial agency team. Tomasz will be joined over the next three months by Tomasz Mika, Jan Barbasiewicz, Wojciech Zon, Paulina Dziubinska, Radoslaw Ignasiak and Sylwia Grajek. They join the existing members of Jones Lang LaSalle’s industrial agency team Beata Hryniewska and Marzena Zielonka.

John Duckworth, Managing Director CEE at Jones Lang LaSalle comments: “I am delighted that Tomasz is joining as head of industrial agency for Poland and the CEE region. Tomasz is a first class team leader and a highly effective business generator with 15 years experience in this sector. The move positions our industrial agency service line as a core business, and enables us to focus on meeting growing tenant demand across the region. We believe that tenants, landlords and developers will see that this step is a positive one for the CEE market and is yet more evidence of an increasingly sophisticated and maturing market place.”

Tomasz Olszewski, from 1st July 2010 Head of Industrial & Logistics Agency Poland & CEE at Jones Lang LaSalle adds:  “I am extremely excited about this new business opportunity. Joining Jones Lang LaSalle is a significant step in my career, and I am particularly proud that so many of my fellow colleagues with whom I have worked with for such long time also share the same view. I am convinced that by combining Jones Lang LaSalle’s existing industrial and corporate capabilities with the newly acquired industrial team there will be a significant boost in service levels across the industrial sector, and the amount of industrial business generated in CEE.”