LPP Headquarters are located in Gdańsk. We also have offices in Pruszcz Gdański, Cracow, Warsaw, Shanghai, as well as in Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh. We have a very extensive and modern distribution network serving all of our stores, ensuring efficient delivery of our products to over 20 countries worldwide.
LPP’s HQ. This is where the designs for Reserved, Cropp and Sinsay collections are created. In Gdańsk, the Management Board of LPP makes the most important decisions for the functioning and development of the Company. All key departments of the Company are also located here.
We own the largest and most modern clothing distribution centre in Central and Eastern Europe that is located in Pruszcz Gdański. The centre is dedicated to logistics operations of all LPP brands. From here, products are distributed to over 1,700 LPP stores all over the world.
In 2017, in Warsaw, we activated a product office of the RESERVED brand. Its team of dozens of people supports the Gdańsk Product Preparation Department both in the creation of regular collections but also in special projects. Also, all LPP brand showrooms are situated here.
Cracow is the hub of design facilities of House and Mohito brands, as well as the brands’ sales departments. Our administration department serving both brands is also established here.
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. Another important task of the office also consists in verification of compliance of our suppliers with the Code of Conduct as regards safety and employee rights.
In 2015, we launched our LPP representative office in the capital of Bangladesh – Dhaka. 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.
The role of Logistics in LPP is to support the implementation of commercial strategies of particular brands. This applies both to the operation of brick-and-mortar stores, as well as the execution of orders in the e-commerce channel. These operations are possible thanks to an extensive supply and distribution network with a global reach.