LPP brand collections are sold in 19 countries in Europe as well as in Asia and the Middle East. In 2014, we commenced our expansion in Germany and Croatia, and in 2015, the RESERVED brand made its debut in the Middle East. LPP headquarters are located in Gdańsk, but we also have offices in Kraków, Warsaw and Shanghai, as well as in Dhaka. We are the owner of the largest and most modern distribution centre of clothing in Central and Eastern Europe, located in Pruszcz Gdański.
LPP’s HQ. This is where the designs for RESERVED, Cropp and Sinsay collections are created. Gdańsk is where our key departments are based, and LPP’s Management Board makes key decisions on the company’s operation and growth.
We own the largest and most modern clothing distribution centre in Central and Eastern Europe that is located in Pruszcz Gdański. Thanks to the modernization completed in 2015 and application of advanced technologies, it currently supports 1,163 stores, sending to our sales network even 1200.000 products daily. There are 740,000 places for storing packaging materials in our warehouses and each week we are able to accept clothing delivered in 120 40′ containers.
Cracow is a seat of House and MOHITO designers and their sales departments. The design department, sales structures and administration offices offer employment to more than 230 people. The Cracow LPP office cooperates with higher education facilities which train future designers – the Cracow Academie of Fine Arts, SAPU in Cracow and the Cracow University of Economics.
Our Asian offices in Shanghai operate since 1997 and currently employ more than 100 people. The employees search for new suppliers, support the production at each stage and are responsible for quality control. The important task of the office is the verification of suppliers’ compliance with the Code of Conduct when it comes to safety and terms and conditions of work.
In 2015, we launched our LPP representative office in the capital of Bangladesh – Dhaka. The office started its operations on 4th of May 2015 and people employed there are responsible for coordinating and supervising the production of our collections in local factories. An important task of our employees is also auditing the production facilities we cooperate with in terms of appropriate working conditions and respecting human rights.
LPP has a local representative unit in every country where its products are available. The foreign LPP units are managed by professionals from the fashion industry who successfully run business in their countries.