The company LOTOS-Air BP has opened its office at Olivia Business Centre in Gdansk. The seats of the Board and the company’s administrative, logistics and commercial divisions may be found in the Olivia Four building.
LOTOS-Air BP Polska is a joint-venture company belonging to the LOTOS S.A. [a joint stock company] Group and BP Europa SE. The subject of LOTOS-Air BP Polska’s activity is the sale of aviation fuel JET-A1 and refuelling aircrafts in airports located in Gdansk, Warsaw, Katowice, Lublin and Szymany near Olsztyn. The company provides fuel and refuels airplanes of biggest foreign carriers.
In the Gdansk office of LOTOS-Air BP Polska experts specialising in administration, logistics and commerce are employed. Also the seat of the Company’s Board is located here. The office’s location at Olivia Business Centre enables an easy access to the Lech Walesa airport, where main fuel terminals are situated.
„We proudly welcome LOTOS-Air BP Polska among OBC Residents,” says Agnieszka Zglinicka, the project director at Olivia Business Centre. „It’s yet another big Polish brand at our centre, after Energa Group or PKO BP. It’s also another, after VTS and Omida Logistics, local enterprise with a Pomeranian origin which is successful both in Poland and abroad. We hope that the presence of LOTOS Group’s company at Olivia Business Centre will help to maintain its development – for example thanks to many networking opportunities created by both our conference rooms and the proximity of other prestigious companies.”
LOTOS-Air BP Polska is a third company connected with the energy and fuel sector present at Olivia Business Centre – after Energa Group, the Polish tycoon of this sector, and the American concern Cameron, a provider of systems extracting petroleum and gas.
Olivia Four is a 11-floor office building of the A class and the fourth stage of the Olivia Business Centre investment. Its characteristic white and glass solid provides over 14,700 square metres of office space for lease. Since Olivia Four was handed over for usage in March 2014, inter alia the following companies have opened their offices there: Allianz, Alnet Systems, Competence Call Center, Epam Systems, Generali, HK Finance, Moore Stephens, Omida Logistics, Playsoft and Schibsted Tech Polska.
Aside from international companies, Olivia Four offers its space also to start-ups as well as small and medium-sized enterprises. Also with them in mind, ground floor as well as first and second floors of the building are taken up by O4 innovation development space, which combines a multimedia conference centre, office spaces of various size, a coworking space with desks for hourly rental, and a socialising-oriented part.
Olivia Business Centre is the biggest and most modern office and business centre in region. Its ultimate area will exceed 120,000 square meters, which means that Olivia Business Centre will become the biggest office complex in Poland. Inter alia the following companies have opened their offices here: Alior Bank, Allianz, Amazon, Bayer, Energa, Noble Bank, PKO BP, PwC, Sii, ThyssenKrupp. The Centre has been systematically expanding since 2010 at the rate of one building per year.
Olivia Business Centre is however much more than buildings. Business, educational, cultural and sports events are regularly held here. The following services remain at the Residents’ disposal: 3 conference rooms, medical centre with pharmacy, 3 restaurants, Starbucks cafè, kindergarten and nursery, 4 banks, modern middle school, beauty salon, notary, point for charging electric cars and O4, one of the biggest coworking spaces in Europe. The Centre has over 1600 parking places, over 200 bicycle racks and 5 changing rooms with showers. Two-floor fitness studio CityFit will be opened next year.