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Marek Matraszek

Senior Trade Commissioner - Central Europ, Australian Trade Commission

Founding Partner, CEC Government Relations

Karl Schmidt

Minister-Counsellor, Embassy of France

Commercial Counselorm, Austrian Embassy in Warsaw

Antoni F. Reczek

Chairman, British-Polish Chamber of Commerce

Nicolas Lepage

Counsellor (Commercial) and Senior Trade Commissioner, Embassy of Canada in Poland

Edward Zhu

Jean-Marc Fenet Michael Kern

Chairman, Polish-German Chamber of Industry and Commerce (AHK Poland)

Kari Vähäkangas Commercial Counsellor, Head of Finpro Poland

Amit Lath

Sr. Vice President, Indo-Polish Chamber of Commerce & Industry

Mike Hogan

Commercial Counsellor, Embassy of Ireland

Tal Harmelin

Director for Economic Affairs to Poland and Czech Republic, Embassy of Israel to Poland

Yoshito Okada

President / Zwiazek Pracodawcow Shokokai, Japanese Chamber of Commerce

Kwon Dong-seok

Counselor, Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Poland

Inese Sulzanoka

Head of the Representative Office in Poland, Investment and Development Agency of Latvia

Ernesto Malda

Head for Commercial and Economic Affairs, Embassy of Mexico to Poland

Stefan Bekir Assanowicz

Chairman, Polish-Spanish Chamber of Commerce

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Director, Economic Division of Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Poland

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Director, UKTI Poland

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Poland’s New Government 6 EU Funds in Poland 2014– 2020 10

Map of Poland............. 20 Voivodships Overview

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Mazowieckie....................... 22 Warszawa 23 Płock 24 Radom 25 Siedlce 25 Dolnośląskie........................ 25 Wrocław 26 Jelenia Góra 27 Włabrzych 28 Kujawsko-Pomorskie.......... 28 Bydgoszcz 29 Toruń 30 Grudziądz 30 Inowrocław 30 Włocławek 31 Lubelskie............................. 31 Lublin 32

Lubuskie.............................. 32 Zielona Góra 33 Gorzów Wielkopolski 33 Łódzkie................................ 33 Łódź 34 Piotrków Trybunalski 35 Małopolskie......................... 36 Kraków 37 Nowy Sącz 38 Tarnów 38 Opolskie.............................. 39 Opole 39 Podkarpackie...................... 40 Rzeszów 40 Podlaskie............................. 41 Białystok 41 Pomorskie........................... 42 Gdańsk 44 Gdynia 45 Słupsk 45 Śląskie.................................. 46 Katowice 47 Bielsko-Biała 47 Bytom 48 Chorzów 48 Częstochowa 48 Dąbrowa Górnicza 48 Gliwice 49

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Jastrzębie Zdrój 49 Jaworzno 49 Mysłowice 49 Ruda Śląska 50 Rybnik 50 Sosnowiec 50 Tychy 50 Zabrze 51 Świętokrzyskie................... 51 Kielce 51 Warmińsko-Mazurskie...... 52 Olsztyn 52 Elbląg 52 Wiekopolskie...................... 53 Poznań 54 Kalisz 55 Konin 56 Zachodniopomorskie......... 57 Szczecin 57

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Top Universities Special Economic Zones Major foreign investors Technology Parks in Poland International Chambers of Commerce in Poland

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Politics

Poland’s New Government The September 2014 appointment of Prime Minister Donald Tusk to lead the presidency of the European Council led to a dramatic and swift change in Poland’s ministers.

Tomasz Siemoniak Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of national defence

The incoming prime minister Ewa Kopacz kept some ministers from her predecessor’s team, including Defense Minister Tomasz Siemoniak, who has been elevated to deputy prime minister as Poland beefs up its military. For domestic political reasons Ms. Kopacz decided to replace Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski with Grzegorz Schetyna, a frontbench politician of the ruling center-right Civic Platform. Unlike his predecessor in the job, Mr. Schetyna is unknown outside Poland, but he leads of one of the ruling party’s factions. Mr. Sikorski has become the house speaker. Ms. Kopacz’s choices suggest she is trying to reconcile the interests of the two major factions within the ruling party as well as those of the president. Mr. Siemoniak, the defense minister, is seen as one of the president’s aides. Poland’s incoming premier chose fiscal continuity, by leaving Finance Minister Mateusz Szczurek in place. Six women, including the prime minister, will be among the 19 cabinet members. Ms. Kopacz is the second female premier in Poland’s recent history. The new cabinet was approved by the lower house in early October 2014. n

Ewa Kopacz

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Prime Minister

parliamentary election, she obtained the MP’s mandate for the third time, and on 16 November 2007 was appointed Minister of Health. In the 2011 election, she became an MP of Sejm’s 7th term. On 8 November 2011, she was elected Sejm’s Speaker.

Janusz Piechociński Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Economy

She represents the government, makes decisions concerning its composition and manages its wor ks. She coordinates and supervises the work of the ministers. She ensures the implementation of the policy of the Council of Ministers.

She is a graduate of the Faculty of Medicine of the Medical Academy in Lublin. She has the second degree of specialisation in paediatrics and specialisation in family medicine. Since 2001 Ms Kopacz has been a member of Civic Platform. On behalf of this party she was an MP of Sejm’s 4th term, representing the Radom constituency. She was subsequently elected MP for Sejm’s 5th term, in which she held the position of the Health Committee’s chair. Since 10 October 2010 she has been Civic Platform’s deputy chair. In the 2007

He is responsible for the overall activity of the Polish Armed Forces, including the participation of Polish military contingents in international peace missions and humanitarian operations.

He graduated from the Foreign Trade Department at the Warsaw School of Economics (SGH) and received a scholarship of the University of Duisburg (Germany). In the years 1998-2000, he was a member of the Warszawa-Centrum Gmina Council and the Deputy Chairman of the Council’s Culture Committee. Between December 2000 and July 2002, he was the Deputy President of the capital city of Warsaw. In 2002-2006, he was a Member of the Management Board of Polskie Radio S.A. and from November 2006 to November 2007 he was a Deputy Marshal at the Marshal’s Office of the Mazowieckie Voivodeship. Between 2007 and 2011, he was the Secretary of State at the Ministry of the Interior and Administration. From 2 August 2011, he has been the Minister of National Defence.

Bartosz Arłukowicz Minister of Health Responsible for promoting competitiveness and innovation companies. Supports the development of Polish exports and investment abroad and foreign direct investment inflows into the country.

Between 1987 and 1999, he was a researcher at the Warsaw School of Economics. Since 1990, he has been a member of the Polish People’s Party (PSL).

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Politics He is responsible for healthcare and organisation of medical care. He supervises pharmaceutical products. He also coordinates the healthcare benefits system.

His responsibilities include matters related to the judiciary, notaries public, advocates and legal advisors. He is also responsible for preparing draft codifications of law.

He graduated from the Pomeranian Medical University in Szczecin and obtained an MBA degree at the University of Szczecin. He has a second degree specialisation in paediatrics. In 2002-2007, he was a councillor in the Szczecin City Council, where he chaired the Health and Social Policy Commission. He has been a deputy to the Polish Sejm since 2007. In 2011, he was a Secretary of State at the Chancellery of the Prime Minister and the Prime Minister’s Plenipotentiary for Combating Social Exclusion.

He is a graduate of the Department of Law and Administration of Łódź University. He completed barrister training and the Regional Bar Council in Łódź. In the period November 2007 - November 2011, he was the minister of infrastructure in Prime Minister Donald Tusk’s government. Since 2011 he held the position of Sejm’s deputy speaker.

Andrzej Biernat

Andrzej Halicki Minister of Administration and Digitilisation

Minister of Sports and Tourism

competences also include the management of natural resources.

Doctor of Economics at University of Gdansk and Navigation Engineer at Gdynia Maritime University. In the 1980s, he worked at Polish Ocean Lines as deck officer. For 18 years, he had been developing the Institute of Market Economy Research, and was its Vice-president since 1991. Mr Grabowski was involved in research on taxation systems, transformation of social and economic systems, labour markets. He participated in work on the Polish National Development Strategy 20072015. Since March 2008, member of the Team of Strategic Advisers to the Prime Minister. In November 2008, he was appointed Undersecretary of State at the Ministry of Finance, where he was responsible for the tax system.

Włodzimierz Karpiński Minister of Treasury

He is responsible for promoting physical culture and its social value, as well as creating conditions for the development of professional sport and tourism.

He graduated from the Higher School of Pedagogy in Częstochowa and postgraduate course at the Academy of Physical Education in Poznan, specialising in sports management. Since 2005, Member of Parliament on the Civic Platform party ticket. Deputy President of the parliamentary Physical Education, Sport and Tourism Committee. Previously, President of Subcommittee for Poland’ s hosting of UEFA EURO 2012 football championship.

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He is responsible for computerisation and development of information society. He supervises public administration, including the reform of its structure.

He is a graduate of the Internal Trade Department at the SGPiS in Warsaw, specialising in air transport economics. Since 2001 he has been a member of Civic Platform. In 2009, Mr Halicki became the chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee. In the 2011 election, he was successfully re-elected in the constituency covering the area surrounding Warsaw.

Maciej H. Grabowski Minister of the Environment

Minister of Justice

He is responsible for environmental protection and rational use of environmental resources. His

He manages the property of the State Treasury. He initiates the strategy of transforming stateowned companies into commercial companies. He is responsible for privatisation.

He graduated from the Faculty of Chemical Engineering at the Warsaw University of Technology and postgraduate management studies at the University of Warsaw and the Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin. Between 1994 and 2002, he was a deputy mayor of Puławy. From 2003 to 2005, he was a member of the Board of Zakłady Azotowe Puławy S.A. In 2005, he was elected a deputy to the Sejm of the 5th term of office, representing the Civic Platform. In August 2011, he was appointed a Secretary of State at the Ministry of the Interior and Administration. On 30 November 2011, he was appointed a Secretary of State in the newly established Ministry of Administration and Digitization.

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Politics Joanna Kluzik-Rostkowska Minister of National Education

PhD, PhD Habilitated degrees in sociology, and the title of professor of humanities in 1993. Under the Ford Foundation scholarship, she studied at Stanford University and Business School of Carnegie-Mellon University. In 1997, Ms Kolarska-Bobińska became Director of the Public Affairs Institute. She advised to Presidents of Poland: in 1992-1995 – to Lech Wałęsa (Economic Committee), and in 2001-2005 to Aleksander Kwaśniewski (Reflection Group).

Władysław Kosiniak-Kamysz She is responsible for preschool, general, special and vocational education, as well as textbooks, curricula and issues related to teacher employment. Graduated from the Faculty of Journalism and Political Sciences, University of Warsaw.

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Since 1996 she worked as a journalist of the domestic and political sections of the Wprost weekly. Since 2000, she led the economic section of the Nowe Państwo weekly. In 2001-2004, she was first deputy of the editor-in-chief of the Przyjaciółka weekly. In November 2005, she became Undersecretary of State at the Ministry of Labour and Social Policy, where she took over the responsibilities of the Government Plenipotentiary for Equal Status of Women and Men. On 26 April 2010, she became chief of the electoral staff of Jarosław Kaczyński, the candidate for Polish Presidency on the Law and Justice party ticket.

Lena Kolarska-Bobińska Minister of Science and Higher Education

Minister of Labour and Social Policy

A graduate of Warsaw University, she also studied at the Architecture Department of the Technical University in Berlin. She obtained her PhD degree at Warsaw University in 1995, and her postdoctoral degree at the Institute of Arts of the Polish Academy of Sciences (PAN) in 2005. Since 1985 she has worked at the Institute of Polish Art of the Polish Academy of Sciences, in the years 19992007 as a deputy director. At the same time, since 2006, she has been an associate professor at the Institute of History of Arts at Gdańsk University, and in the years 2008-2012 the Institute’s director.

Marek Sawicki Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development

He supervises social welfare and family benefits. He is responsible for combating unemployment, employee hiring issues and pension funds.

He graduated from the Faculty of Medicine of the Jagiellonian University Medical College. Currently, he is working on a specialisation in internal medicine. Since 2008, he has been working as a doctor in the Clinic of Internal Diseases and Rural Medicine of the Jagiellonian University Medical College. He was raised in the traditions of the peasant movement. He was one of the founders of the Association Young Peasant Activists’ Forum. In 2008, he was appointed secretary to the Chief Executive Committee of the Polish People Party (PSL).

Małgorzata Omilanowska Minister of Culture and National Heritage

She is responsible for broadly understood science and research policy of the state, which includes administrating funds for strategic research and investment projects. She coordinates the reform of higher education. Professor of sociology. Since 2009, Member of the European Parliament.

Ms Kolarska-Bobińska graduated from the Faculty of Sociology, University of Warsaw. Subsequently, she was granted her

museums with a focus on the digitisation of their resources, and promotes the creative activity of Polish artists and supports worthwhile enterprises, including educational programmes.

She coordinates tasks connected with the protection of historical monuments and supervises

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He is responsible for food safety. His responsibilities include plant and animal breeding. His competences also focus on the development of rural areas, including direct payments.

He graduated from the Faculty of Agriculture of the Siedlce University of Agriculture and Pedagogy. He also completed post-graduate studies in Community Agricultural Law at the Agricultural Law Institute of the Polish Academy of Sciences. In 2006, he received a PhD in agricultural sciences from the Siedlce University of Natural Sciences and Humanities. Between 1990 and 1996 he was the village mayor of the Repki commune and sat on the Commune Council to 1994. He owns a private farm. He has been a Member of Parliament from the Siedlce constituency since 1993. In the fourth term of the Sejm, he was the leader of the Polish People’s Party Parliamentary Caucus and deputy chairman of the Economic Committee and the Agriculture and Rural Development


Politics Committee. Between 2007 and 2012 he served as the minister of agriculture and rural development.

Teresa Piotrowska Minister of the Interior

of Wrocław University. In the 2007 parliamentary election, he was elected an MP for his 5th time. In 2007, he was the Minister of Internal Affairs and Administration and Deputy Prime Minister in Donald Tusk’s first government. In the years 2010 - 2011, he held the position of Sejm’s Speaker. In the 2011 parliamentary election, he was elected an MP for the 5th consecutive time. In November 2011, he was appointed Chairman of Sejm’s Foreign Affairs Committee.

Mateusz Szczurek Minister of Finance

She is responsible for security and public order. She supervises the maintenance of population records. Her responsibilities also include crisis management.

She graduated from Maria Skłodowska - Curie Secondary School in Tczew. She studied at the Catholic Theology Academy in Warsaw, where she gained historical and theological education. She made her first professional steps as a primary school teacher in Bydgoszcz, but quickly ended up in local politics. She held the position of a Bydgoszcz city counsellor. In 1998, she become the Bydgoszcz Province Governor responsible for implementation of the new administrative reform and creation of Kujawsko-Pomorskie Province. Since 2000 she has been a Civic Platform member.

Grzegorz Schetyna Minister of Foreign Affairs

She is a graduate of the Law and Administration Department of the University of Warsaw and Wielkopolska Szkoła Biznesu at Poznań University of Economics. She worked for PKP Group since 2000. At PKP, she coordinated privatisation processes, which significantly accelerated over the last years. She was involved in the restructuring of PKP Group. She was a deputy governor in Radom and director of the political cabinet at the Ministry of Transport and Maritime Economy.

Jacek Cichocki Minister – Member of the Council of Ministers, Head of the Chancellery of the Prime Minister

He is responsible for the State budget and public finance. His tasks cover the functioning of the tax system and financial institutions.

Doctor of Economics at the University of Sussex. Graduated from the Faculty of Economics, University of Warsaw. In 1998 and 2007, he completed econometrics courses at International Center for Money and Banking Studies in Geneva and London. Since 2011, Mr Szczurek was chief economist of ING Group for Central and Eastern Europe. In 19972011, he was Economist at ING Barings, and then Chief Economist at ING Bank Śląski.

Maria Wasiak Minister of Infrastructure and Development

He is responsible for maintaining the relations of the Republic of Poland with other states and international organisations. He represents and protects Polish interests abroad. He coordinates the foreign policy of the Republic of Poland.

He graduated from history at the Philosophy and History Department

zoning. She manages the European Funds implementation system and the transport infrastructure. Her responsibilities also include matters related to construction and housing promotion.

Responsible for execution of the socio-economic development strategy, including the country

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Chief of the Permanent Committee of the Council of Ministers, Head of the Chancellery of the Prime Minister.

He graduated in sociology from the Philosophy and Sociology Department of the University of Warsaw. In 1992-2008, he worked in the Centre for Eastern Studies in Warsaw, occupying successively the positions of expert on armed conflicts and ethnic problems in the former USSR countries, head of the Team for Caucasus and Central Asia, head of Ukraine, Belarus and Baltic Countries Division. From 2001 to 2004, he was deputy director and then (until 2007) director of the Centre for Eastern Studies. In 19951997, he worked as programme assistant in the Stefan Batory Foundation in the East-Central Europe Forum programme. He specialises in energy issues. He held the position of secretary to the Secret Service Committee at the Chancellery of the Prime Minister. n

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EU Budget

EU Funds in Poland 2014–2020 The new EU budget proposal has earmarked EUR 82.5 billion for implementing the cohesion policy in Poland. This means that in the years to come Poland will be the largest beneficiary of the EU cohesion policy funds among all Member States.

By Aneta Majchrowicz-Baczyk

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Under the new financial framework 2014– 2020, projects eligible for aid will have to deal with the areas most important for the country’s development. Therefore, the EU aid will be available for: • scientific research and its commercialisation; • innovation and connections between R&D and enterprise sector; • key road connections (motorways, expressways) and environment-friendly transport (railways, public transport); • state digitalisation (administration eservices, broadband Internet access); • green energy (renewable energy sources, energy efficiency); • employment activation and social capital development. The key to qualify a project for a grant is how it contributes to the best possible utilisation of regional potential. Grants will also gravitate towards undertakings targeted to market innovative solutions which may bring long-term effects. Enterprises are going to be ones of the most important beneficiaries of the new multiannual financial framework 2014–2020. The key issue, when it comes to the question of what kind of project may be supported in Poland, is the enterprise size. The diagram below shows the main areas of support for Poland, broken down by enterprise categories

depending on their size: micro, small, medium-sized (SME) and large enterprises which may invest in the appropriate direction. Moreover, judging by the projects which qualified for grants in the years 2007–2013, and looking at where the Polish economy is heading, it seems that the industries to grow most in terms of investments in the years 2014–2020 are going to include: • Automotive, • Electronics (HI-TEC), • IT, • Outsourcing / shared services centres, • Food & beverage industry. The funds may be allocated to the above areas by means of: • 6 nationwide Operational Programmes including one transregional programme covering 5 Eastern Poland provinces; • 16 regional Operational Programmes. How the funds are allocated within individual Operational Programmes: Agenda

Budget (EUR mln)

Infrastructure and Environment 27,413.7 Smart Growth 8,613.9 Knowledge, Education, Growth 4,689.3 Digital Poland 2,172.5 Eastern Poland 2,000.0 Technical Assistance 700.1 Regional Operational Programmes 31,276.9 The percentage allocation of EU funds in Poland within individual Operational Programmes

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Short characteristics of the Operational Programmes in Poland in the years 2014–2020: • Infrastructure and Environment Programme – under this programme large enterprises will be able to obtain grants for investments in support of transition to low-emission economy, energy efficiency increase, use of renewable energy sources. • Smart Growth Programme (successor of Innovative Economy) – oriented at development of innovation in Polish economy, mainly by stimulating research and development and transferring the results to the economy sector. The Programme’s lead slogan says: “project support from idea to market”. This programme will let large enterprises develop innovative projects involving collaboration with scientific units in order to commercialise scientific research results, and will let increase the outlays on research and development in companies. The incentive scheme will stimulate enterprises’ demand for innovation and R&D work. • Knowledge, Education, Growth Programme (successor of Human Capital) – under this programme companies will be able to carry out projects involving training for employees so that the personnel competences and skills are developed. • Digital Poland Programme (no such project in the previous period) – addressed to the public sector. Telecommunications companies will receive funds for construction, extension or restructuring of broadband Internet access, and support for e-administration and e-services in collaboration with local and central government administration. Furthermore, local government units can use this programme to implement tasks aiming at e-integration and e-activation to increase intensity and quality of the Internet use, • Eastern Poland Programme – covers the Eastern macro-region


EU Budget including 5 provinces: lubelskie, podkarpackie, podlaskie, świętokrzyskie and warmińsko-mazurskie. Large companies may use this programme to obtain aid for research and development work, building and expanding R&D facilities, projects concerning eco-innovation and energy efficiency which would lead to innovation; • Technical Assistance Programme – is going to be a tool to build potential of institutions in charge of financial intervention from within structural funds. • Regional Operational Programmes – the aid under the Regional Operational Programmes is going to be distributed in line with individual needs of the region. As a matter of principle, such investments should complement national efforts on: popularising information and telecommunications technologies, research, technological development and innovation, infrastructure, environmental protection as well as energy and transport. Responsibility for distribution of EU funds in Poland is going to be shifted more to provinces. Significantly more funds are going to be managed through the Regional Operational Programmes focused on local and regional investments. Between 2007 and 2013, local governments handled about 25% of all funds for Poland, now they will be in charge of almost 40% of the lot. Consequently, local governments will have more freedom in choosing which growth targets they want to focus on. The map below shows allocation of funds under the Regional Operational Programmes by region.

Noteworthy, the mazowieckie province was the first Polish province to leave the category of the least developed regions according to the EU classification (it crossed the threshold of 75% EU GDP per capita). As a consequence, the budget for this region was structured slightly differently than in other provinces. However, as the mazowieckie province is developed very unevenly, the fund allocation will be adapted to the existing disproportions across the province and will take into account the specific needs of individual sub-regions. Therefore, certain actions for the mazowieckie province will be carried out under nationwide programmes or separate priority investment projects. A new opportunity will be the option of two-fund regional programmes which allow for implementing both soft projects, like training courses or seminars (aided by the European Social Fund), as well as hard, infrastructural projects (aided by the European Regional Development Fund). The combination of funding from these two sources will allow undertaking more comprehensive and flexible actions. Funding level The funding percentage stipulates what part of eligible costs will be reimbursed. The funding level depends on the enterprise’s status, type and location of the project and the category of eligible costs. The maps below show the level of funding in terms of reimbursement of costs of investment projects to micro and small enterprises. With respect to the years 2007–2013, the intensity of state aid in Poland was determined in line with the Council of Ministers Regulation of 13 October 2006 concerning the regional aid map (Journal of Laws No. 190, item 1402). As of this moment, the European Commission has approved the 2014–2020 regional aid map for Poland which follows the Draft Council of Ministers Regulation of 07/08/2013 concerning the 2014–2020 regional aid map for Poland, and entered into force on 1 July 2014. The aid levels presented on the maps: • are reduced by 10 percentage points if a project is carried out by a mediumsized enterprise; and • are reduced by 20 percentage points if a project is carried out by a large enterprise.

The regional aid map in Poland for 2007–2013, valid until 30 June 2014

The regional aid map in Poland for 2014-2020, valid from 1 July 2014

11 • mazowieckie province: –– sub-regions: ciechanowsko-płocki, ostrołęcko-siedlecki, radomski and warszawski wschodni – 55% –– sub-region: warszawski zachodni – 40% • Capital city of Warsaw: –– from 01/07/2014 to 31/12/2017 – 35% –– from 01/01/2018 to 31/12/2020 – 30% The new structure and management system of the EU funds is an issue which undoubtedly should draw interest of all enterprises and organisations that wish to enjoy the EU aid in the future. To be effective in applying for the European funds in the 2014– 2020 framework it is worth examining your entity’s development needs and planning their financing right now. That is why we encourage you to seek our advice on EU funds and state aid and investment advice at our offices in Cracow, Gdansk, Gliwice, Poznan, Warsaw and Wroclaw.  n

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Top Universities Rank in:

2012

2011

2010

2009

Rank factor 2013

Employers’ preference (11%)

Evaluation by academic staff (11%)

International appreciation (2%)

Preference of Sci Olympiads’ participants (1%)

Patents, rights and licences (2%)

EU money received (2%)

Innovative resources (1%)

parametric evalutaion (6%)

Habilitation rights (2%)

PhD rights (2%)

Research potential (15%)

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Uniwersytet Jagielloński

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2

2

1

100.0

94.96

100.0

95.78

24.90

5.60

70.45

75.00

97.33

78.57

25.52

2

Uniwersytet Warszawski

2

1

1

2

99.92

99.19

88.07

100.0

28.01

1.56

100.0

75.00

94.29

81.40

21.26

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Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu

3

4

3

3

80.08

81.91

56.02

16.16

5.90

6.62

69.93

50.00

90.00

87.88

34.38

4

Politechnika Warszawska

4

3

4

4

79.00

100.0

40.31

22.93

14.64

33.76

89.09

100.0

85.26

76.47

48.37

5

Akademia Górniczo-Hutnicza im. Stanisława Staszica w Krakowie

6

6

7

5

74.40

98.42

32.63

7.27

16.81

44.55

82.96

100.0

89.33

72.73

42.78

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Politechnika Wrocławska

5

5

5

6

73.35

94.69

28.49

9.50

6.18

89.65

52.26

100.0

83.33

67.74

47.59

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Uniwersytet Wrocławski

7

7

6

7

72.31

81.30

35.37

8.24

9.97

3.13

22.68

100.0

85.45

86.21

35.99

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Uniwersytet Medyczny im. Karola Marcinkowskiego w Poznaniu

10

10

10

9

67.49

36.24

15.06

2.10

16.77

4.29

13.19

100.0

90.00

88.89

43.75

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Uniwersytet Mikołaja Kopernika w Toruniu

9

13

11

10

66.06

73.63

25.79

5.98

15.74

5.89

42.03

100.0

78.82

84.62

30.95

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Szkoła Główna Handlowa w Warszawie

12

9

8

8

65.98

81.26

12.08

33.97

100.0

7.97

100.0

100.0

58.33

100.0

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Warszawski Uniwersytet Medyczny

14

19

16

16

64.80

64.87

17.37

1.97

9.08

2.13

29.76

100.0

70.00

60.00

58.33

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Gdański Uniwersytet Medyczny

18

20

17

20

64.69

49.52

5.56

1.32

2.31

5.71

5.33

75.00

100.0

71.43

40.83

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Politechnika Łódzka

8

8

9

11

63.79

71.54

16.56

3.70

2.01

50.52

54.95

100.0

88.00

71.43

39.52

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Uniwersytet Gdański

15

18

20

17

63.01

68.01

13.13

3.83

1.06

2.84

52.47

100.0

87.27

71.43

26.06

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Akademia Leona Koźmińskiego w Warszawie

11

25

28

31

60.88

49.45

4.71

63.39

13.71

3.28

100.0

100.0

66.67

29.17

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Uniwersytet Medyczny w Łodzi

13

23

22

30

60.76

57.91

5.98

1.31

5.92

2.71

12.42

100.0

88.00

100.0

44.87

17

Uniwersytet Medyczny im. Piastów Śląskich we Wrocławiu

22

27

18

13

60.57

63.14

5.17

2.42

2.58

13.84

39.89

75.00

76.00

62.50

58.33

18

Politechnika Śląska w Gliwicach

16

15

14

12

59.94

89.74

17.99

4.73

5.12

30.46

56.97

100.0

78.33

73.91

32.72

19

Uniwersytet Medyczny w Białymstoku

17

12

13

23

59.32

45.21

4.40

1.31

12.00

2.63

17.87

25.00

100.0

100.0

34.03

20

Uniwersytet Śląski w Katowicach

19

16

19

26

59.29

58.92

17.30

5.50

10.94

7.73

65.11

100.0

88.33

79.17

31.11

21

Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Poznaniu

23

28

26

18

59.10

85.01

7.80

1.96

5.67

2.58

10.43

100.0

92.00

66.67

43.75

22

Politechnika Poznańska

21

17

25

27

58.76

88.40

16.68

3.70

10.28

65.73

46.78

100.0

84.00

68.42

39.58

23

Uniwersytet Łódzki

24

14

15

15

58.74

61.01

14.67

20.32

3.13

5.49

44.40

100.0

83.33

76.00

29.17

24

Politechnika Gdańska

20

11

27

25

57.02

55.59

13.78

4.70

3.57

33.23

52.28

100.0

88.89

72.22

33.87

25

Szkoła Główna Gospodarstwa Wiejskiego w Warszawie

25

22

24

19

56.78

79.80

18.73

3.06

8.92

7.29

18.09

100.0

73.85

78.57

28.16

26

Śląski Uniwersytet Medyczny w Katowicach

27

26

21

24

56.76

30.72

5.87

1.47

2.86

1.74

3.76

50.00

84.00

80.00

44.87

27

Uniwersytet Medyczny w Lublinie

30

21

23

14

56.37

17.79

3.17

1.17

5.57

15.92

34.32

80.00

87.50

51.85

28

Katolicki Uniwersytet Lubelski Jana Pawła II

28

31

29

22

54.41

68.59

9.92

1.67

1.35

0.26

29.08

75.56

84.62

25.28

29

Uniwersytet Warmińsko-Mazurski w Olsztynie

26

30

32

32

54.24

68.71

13.78

4.00

3.22

10.73

57.53

100.0

73.75

59.09

32.08

30

Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej w Lublinie

31

32

34

34

53.76

76.02

10.97

3.95

3.77

54.39

100.0

76.00

73.68

26.39

31

Pomorski Uniwersytet Medyczny w Szczecinie

32

24

12

21

51.30

11.54

2.70

1.43

1.10

10.95

22.32

50.00

75.00

50.00

46.67

32

Uniwersytet Przyrodniczy we Wrocławiu

29

33

31

38

50.34

41.73

14.05

1.48

72.51

26.84

100.0

84.00

77.78

35.00

33

Uniwersytet Przyrodniczy w Poznaniu

34

37

33

40

50.23

65.75

10.73

16.93

10.33

8.08

75.00

72.50

66.67

43.75

34

Uniwersytet Kardynała Stefana Wyszyńskiego w Warszawie

41

41

37

29

49.27

56.28

5.06

1.80

3.13

1.74

75.00

80.00

50.00

30.43

35

Wojskowa Akademia Techniczna im. Jarosława Dąbrowskiego w Warszawie

37

34

42

43

48.86

55.96

4.05

1.25

4.92

16.71

17.68

75.00

85.71

63.64

45.83

36

Uniwersytet Rolniczy im. Hugona Kołłątaja w Krakowie

33

40

39

41

48.46

55.83

6.45

1.31

6.54

5.20

8.44

100.0

74.29

87.50

27.45

37

Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny we Wrocławiu

35

29

36

28

47.91

61.08

7.88

1.70

3.70

2.72

20.87

100.0

100.0

55.56

43.75

38

Uniwersytet Papieski Jana Pawła II w Krakowie

38

39

38

33

46.59

13.04

3.05

0.00

4.53

80.00

75.00

29.17

39

Politechnika Krakowska im. Tadeusza Kościuszki

40

36

30

35

44.39

61.27

6.72

4.30

14.69

18.77

32.74

75.00

71.43

50.00

37.12

40

Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Krakowie

36

38

41

37

43.09

53.77

8.61

1.27

5.90

1.66

7.59

25.00

90.00

85.71

34.03

41

Zachodniopomorski Uniwersytet Technologiczny w Szczecinie

39

35

35

39

42.95

21.65

3.78

2.72

2.16

70.89

20.67

100.0

74.00

55.56

37.50

42

Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Katowicach

42

44

40

36

42.92

54.89

1.85

3.89

7.18

100.0

90.00

83.33

29.17

43

Polsko-Japońska Wyższa Szkoła Technik Komputerowych w Warszawie

43

46

44

49

42.26

41.79

1.39

1.62

0.00

6.36

50.00

100.0

100.0

14.58

44

Politechnika Częstochowska

45

45

49

60

42.05

41.36

2.36

2.21

0.45

13.96

11.51

100.0

66.67

72.73

40.10

Rank

University Name

12

Innovativeness (5%)

Prestige (25%)

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2012

2011

2010

2009

Rank factor 2013

Employers’ preference (11%)

Evaluation by academic staff (11%)

International appreciation (2%)

Preference of Sci Olympiads’ participants (1%)

Patents, rights and licences (2%)

EU money received (2%)

Innovative resources (1%)

parametric evalutaion (6%)

Habilitation rights (2%)

PhD rights (2%)

Research potential (15%)

45

Uniwersytet Pedagogiczny im. Komisji Edukacji Narodowej w Krakowie

46

42

46

52

40.56

33.29

2.90

2.41

2.21

9.01

75.00

60.00

45.45

27.90

46

Politechnika Opolska

49

48

55

54

39.43

36.46

1.62

1.59

10.66

32.84

16.51

100.0

70.00

80.00

22.44

47

Uniwersytet Opolski

44

51

51

46

39.25

46.46

4.02

2.09

4.44

15.59

50.00

80.00

38.46

28.09

48

Uniwersytet w Białymstoku

47

50

47

47

39.22

31.26

1.58

2.20

1.11

49.40

100.0

66.00

40.00

24.31

49

Uniwersytet Szczeciński

48

43

53

50

38.75

39.11

3.44

1.38

0.30

0.61

25.78

100.0

74.00

35.29

27.55

50

Politechnika Rzeszowska im. Ignacego Łukasiewicza

51

61

61

65

38.58

45.79

1.47

13.19

23.70

59.40

100.0

70.00

50.00

31.11

51

Politechnika Lubelska

52

52

45

55

37.63

28.32

1.66

2.06

5.89

100.0

32.62

100.0

66.67

50.00

25.00

52

Uniwersytet Rzeszowski

54

55

59

62

36.86

42.83

2.01

2.25

1.04

88.77

75.00

51.67

22.22

18.10

53

Politechnika Białostocka

50

57

54

53

36.69

42.57

2.93

4.53

8.83

15.86

32.80

100.0

63.33

57.14

25.52

54

Uniwersytet Technologiczno-Przyrodniczy im. J. i J. Śniadeckich w Bydgoszczy

59

53

56

66

36.52

31.73

1.27

1.86

43.32

16.56

100.0

74.29

57.14

31.41

55

Szkoła Wyższa Psychologii Społecznej w Warszawie

55

59

52

44

35.66

40.68

1.66

1.08

0.00

4.72

75.00

84.00

60.00

26.52

56

Politechnika Świętokrzyska w Kielcach

53

49

57

51

35.21

34.45

2.93

2.79

49.28

36.28

100.0

65.00

42.86

37.12

57

Akademia Obrony Narodowej w Warszawie

56

54

62

42

35.11

9.14

2.08

0.00

0.00

25.00

50.00

100.0

23.33

58

Uniwersytet Zielonogórski

58

63

48

56

35.01

38.10

1.81

2.81

2.75

23.03

50.00

70.00

28.57

32.67

59

Uniwersytet Jana Kochanowskiego w Kielcach

57

68

69

74

34.68

33.71

0.97

1.89

1.87

36.09

100.0

65.71

18.18

26.74

60

Uniwersytet Kazimierza Wielkiego w Bydgoszczy

61

69

66

63

34.50

42.04

0.89

1.39

2.92

2.27

13.42

100.0

64.00

22.22

29.17

61

Akademia Humanistyczna im. Aleksandra Gieysztora w Pułtusku

65

60

70

64

34.31

12.46

0.39

0.00

0.47

50.00

100.0

23.33

62

Politechnika Koszalińska

64

62

63

68

32.60

37.78

0.50

2.33

12.42

20.16

75.00

71.11

42.86

27.22

63

Akademia Wychowania Fizycznego we Wrocławiu

62

65

50

58

32.55

19.68

1.27

0.00

1.25

5.03

50.00

60.00

100.0

29.17

64

Społeczna Akademia Nauk (d. SWSPiZ)

63

80

71

73

31.92

18.33

1.08

1.00

15.37

5.88

100.0

50.00

17.50

65

Akademia Wychowania Fizycznego im. Bronisława Czecha w Krakowie

66

56

65

77

31.68

18.68

1.62

0.00

5.04

25.00

86.67

50.00

19.44

66

Akademia Wychowania Fizycznego Józefa Piłsudskiego w Warszawie

69

64

58

48

30.47

31.09

1.58

0.00

1.73

9.56

50.00

53.33

33.33

35.00

67

Akademia im. Jana Długosza w Częstochowie

75

72

79

82

30.34

38.98

0.12

1.51

0.00

6.93

75.00

68.00

33.33

12.50

68

Uniwersytet Przyrodniczo-Humanistyczny w Siedlcach

72

70

68

67

29.51

32.11

1.20

1.27

12.06

13.71

50.00

55.00

33.33

26.92

69

Akademia Pedagogiki Specjalnej im. Marii Grzegorzewskiej w Warszawie

67

79

75

83

28.91

19.44

1.35

1.02

0.00

4.62

100.0

60.00

100.0

11.67

70

Akademia Pomorska w Słupsku

78

75

77

80

28.89

31.93

0.31

0.00

2.30

100.0

66.67

21.88

71

Uniwersytet Technologiczno-Humanistyczny im. Kazimierza Pułaskiego w Radomiu

71

76

67

71

28.35

26.91

0.39

28.41

22.77

6.02

25.00

66.67

33.33

31.82

72

Akademia Wychowania Fizycznego im. Eugeniusza Piaseckiego w Poznaniu

70

66

64

59

27.46

9.57

1.12

0.00

9.39

66.67

50.00

23.33

73

Akademia Techniczno-Humanistyczna w Bielsku-Białej

68

78

81

76

27.03

24.64

0.27

1.17

2.36

2.50

14.32

75.00

52.00

33.33

25.00

74

Krakowska Akademia im. A. Frycza Modrzewskiego

80

88

88

86

26.82

42.31

1.12

0.00

3.77

75.00

55.56

10.61

75

Akademia Morska w Szczecinie

83

84

83

78

26.52

19.42

0.39

1.13

18.03

7.31

75.00

60.00

33.33

43.75

76

Dolnośląska Szkoła Wyższa we Wrocławiu

76

89

87

84

25.72

18.00

1.27

0.00

1.23

1.80

100.0

70.00

50.00

16.67

77

Akademia Morska w Gdyni

81

77

80

72

25.56

17.47

0.54

1.70

8.96

4.11

50.00

65.00

40.00

41.67

78

Wyższa Szkoła Policji w Szczytnie

25.43

7.24

0.31

73.44

9.93

60.00

58.33

79

Akademia Marynarki Wojennej im. Bohaterów Westerplatte w Gdyni

85

82

74

75

25.35

17.04

0.89

0.00

6.78

4.25

50.00

60.00

33.33

35.00

80

Akademia Ignatianum w Krakowie

82

87

84

70

22.91

16.51

1.24

0.00

2.42

60.00

35.00

81

Akademia Wychowania Fizycznego i Sportu im. J.Śniadeckiego w Gdańsku

86

85

73

61

21.96

9.32

0.69

0.00

4.15

25.00

50.00

100.0

14.58

82

Akademia Humanistyczno-Ekonomiczna w Łodzi

84

90

85

21.95

20.07

0.19

0.00

4.54

25.00

40.00

25.00

83

Szkoła Główna Służby Pożarniczej w Warszawie

86

85

88

18.13

8.85

0.23

0.00

5.43

75.00

60.00

0.00

Rank

University Name

14

Innovativeness (5%)

Prestige (25%)

source: Rzeczpospolita

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EURO-PARK MIELEC Special Economic Zone

Kamienna Góra Special Economic Zone

Katowicka Special Economic Zone

Kostrzyńsko-Słubicka Special Economic Zone

General Data Year established: 1995 Address:

General Data Year established: 1997 Address:

General Data Year established: 1996 Address:

General Data Year established: 1997 Address:

Partyzantów 25 39-300 Mielec tel.: 17 788 72 36fax: 17 788 77 69 europark@europark.com.pl www.europark.com.pl Zone’s area: 1299.3 Number of investors: 251 Number of employees: 21 658 Subzones: 23 sub-zones Investments value: 5,9 mld zł Key Sectors: Aviation, automobile sector

Papieża Jana Pawła II 11a 58-400 Kamienna Góra tel.: 75 645 15 03fax: 75 744 20 17 strefa@ssemp.pl www.ssemp.pl Zone’s area: 367 ha Number of investors: 101 permissions Number of employees: 2211 Subzones: Kqamienna Góra, Lubawka, Piechowice, Janowice Wielkie, Jelenia Góra, Nowogrodziec, Lubań, Jawor, Prusice, Żmigród, Ostrów Wlkp., Dobroszyce, Gryfów Śląski, Zgorzelec Investments value: 1.818 billion zł Key Sectors: automotive, plastics, paper, printing, ceramics, metal

Wojewódzka 42 40-026 Katowice tel.: 32 251 07 36fax: 32 251 37 66 ksse@ksse.com.pl www.ksse.com.pl Zone’s area: 1975 ha Number of investors: 232 Number of employees: 51,000 Subzones: Sosnowiecka, gliwicka, tyska, jastrzębsko-żorska Investments value: 20.39 billion PLN Key Sectors: Automobile sector

Orła Białego 22 66-470 Kostrzyn nad Odrą tel.: 957219800fax: 957524167 info@kssse.pl www.kssse.pl Zone’s area: 1564 ha Number of investors: 224 Number of employees: 21906 Subzones: 36 Key Sectors: auto manufacturing, paper production, machining and food industry

Contacts President of the zone:

Investors’ contacts:

Contacts President of the zone: Mariusz Błędowski tel.: 17 788 72 36; mariusz.bledowski@europark.com.pl

Investors’ contacts: Teresa Orczykowska (Deputy Director, Dept of Marketing and Promotion) Malgorzata Hoszowska (marketing) Marcin Pogoda (Specialist)

Iwona Krawczyk tel.: 75 645 15 03 do 06; i.krawczyk@ssemp.pl

Investors’ contacts: Danuta Lewandowska

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Contacts President of the zone: Artur Malec tel.: 95 721 98 00; info@kssse.pl

Investors’ contacts: Maciej Borowski (Marketing Director; German, English) borowski@kssse.pl Krzysztof Babij (senior manager, Investment Projects; English) babij@kssse.pl


Special Economic Zones Krakow Technology Park Special Economic Zone

tel.: 12 640 19 40; jbielawski@sse. krakow.pl

Investors’ contacts: General Data Year established: 1997 Address: al. Jana Pawła II 41 L 31-864 Krakow tel.: 12 640 19 40fax: 12 640 19 45 biuro@sse.krakow.pl www.sse.krakow.pl Number of investors: 128 permits Number of employees: 15 000 Subzones: Kraków Śródmieście, Kraków Podgórze, Kraków Nowa Huta, Andrychów, Boguchwała, Bochnia, Bukowno, Chełmek, Dobczyce, Gdów, Gorlice, Krosno, Książ Wielki, Limanowa, Niepołomice, Nowy Sącz, Oświęcim, Skawina, Słomniki, Tarnów, Wolbrom, Zabierzów, Zator Investments value: 1,8 mld zł Key Sectors: Technology, BPO/ Outsourcing/Shared Services, Automotive

Contacts President of the zone:

Jacek Bielawski (Investor Services; 12-640-1949) jbielawski@sse.krakow.pl Barbara Wityńska-Słącz (Promotion)

Contacts President of the zone: Adam Grabowiecki tel.: 48 76 727 74 75; grabowiecki@ lsse.eu

ul. Kolbe 14 59-220 Legnica tel.: 76 727 74 70fax: 76 727 74 74 sekretariat@lsse.eu www.lsse.eu Zone’s area: 1059 ha Number of investors: 54 Subzones: 13 - Chojnów, Krzywa, Legnica, Legnickie Pole, Głogów, Przemków, Lubin, Polkowice, Prochowice, Środa Śląska, Złotoryja, Środa Śląska-Miękinia, Okmiany Key Sectors: Automotive, technology

branch: White goods/ appliances/AGD; Pharmaceutical production;packaging; building materials, plastics. BPO and IT.

Investors’ contacts: Wieslaw Sowinski () Justyna Swedura (Investment Manager)

Contacts President of the zone:

Łódzka Special Economic Zone

Investors’ contacts:

Legnica Special Economic Zone General Data Year established: 1997 Address:

Key Sectors: Production

General Data Year established: 1997 Address: ul. ks. Tymienieckiego 22/24 90-349 Łódź tel.: 42 676 27 53fax: 42 676 27 55 info@sse.lodz.pl www.sse.lodz.pl Zone’s area: 1290 ha Number of investors: 230 permissions granted; 163 active Number of employees: 26,500 Subzones: 45 Investments value: More than 10,5 billion PLN

Tomasz Sadzyński tel.: 42 676 27 53; tomasz.sadzynski@sse.lodz.pl Agnieszka Sobieszek (Director, Department of Investor Services. ; 42 275 50 52) agnieszka.sobieszek@sse.lodz.pl Bartosz Rzętkiewicz (Deputy Director, Department of Investor Services. ; English, German) bartosz.rzetkiewicz@sse.lodz.pl Aleksandra Suszczewicz (Deputy Director, Department of Investor Services. ; English) aleksandra.suszczewicz@sse.lodz.pl

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Special Economic Zones Suwalska Special Economic Zone General Data Year established: 1996 Address: Noniewicza 49 16-400 Suwałki tel.: 87 565 22 17fax: 87 565 24 49 ssse@ssse.com.pl www.ssse.com.pl Zone’s area: 342,7662 ha Number of investors: 84 Number of employees: 5 646 Subzones: Ełk, Gołdap, Suwałki, Grajewo, Małkinia Górna, Białystok Investments value: 1.8 billion zł Key Sectors: production: plastics, building materials, metalworking, clothing, food industry, woodworking, printing, yacht construction

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Pomorska Special Economic Zone

Słupska Special Economic Zone

General Data Year established: 1997 Address:

General Data Year established: 1997 Address:

Władysława IV 9 81-703 Sopot tel.: 58 555 97 00fax: 58 555 97 11 sekretariat@strefa.gda.pl www.strefa.gda.pl Zone’s area: 1380 ha Number of investors: 91 Subzones: Żarnowiec, Tczew, Kwidzyn, Starogard Gd., Człuchów, Chojnice, Malbork, Sztum, Gdańsk, Łysomice, Stargard Szcz., Grudziądz, Świecie, Kowalewo Pom., Barcin, Rypin, Bydg., Toruń, Gdynia, Piła, Wąbrzeźno Investments value: 7,38 billion zł Key Sectors: Biopharmacy, electronics, industrial metalworking, industrial paper

Obrońców Wybrzeża 2 76-200 Słupsk tel.: 59 840 11 73fax: 59 841 32 61 office@parr.slupsk.pl www.sse.slupsk.pl Zone’s area: 824 ha Number of investors: 50 Number of employees: 3600 Subzones: 15 (Słupsk-Włynkówko, Słupsk-Westerplatte, Redzikowo, Wieszyno, Ustka, Debrzno, Tuchom, Koszalin, Szczecinek, Wałcz, Karlinko, Kalisz Pomorski, Laski Koszalińskie, Polanów, Tychowo) Key Sectors: Food processing, plastics, metalworking, motorization, building materials, services, transport, logistics.

Contacts President of the zone:

Contacts President of the zone:

Teresa Kamińska tel.: 58 555 97 00; sekretariat@ strefa.gda.pl

Mirosław Kamiński tel.: 59 841 28 92; zarzad@parr. slupsk.pl

Investors’ contacts:

Investors’ contacts:

Anna Różycka (Main specialist; English) a.rozycka@strefa.gda.pl Iwona Grajewska (project manager; English) i.grajewska@strefa.gda.pl

Agata Jaroszewska (Director, Dept of Promotion and Investor Services ; German, English) agata@parr.slupsk.pl Bartosz Świtała (Project Manager, Dept of Promotion and Investor Services ; English) bartek@parr.slupsk.pl

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Leonard Ferkaluk (Director of Dept of Management and Administration; English) ferkaluk@parr.slupsk.pl

Contacts President of the zone:

Starachowice Special Economic Zone

Investors’ contacts:

General Data Year established: 1997 Address: Radomska 29 27-200 Starachowice tel.: 41 275 41 01fax: 41 275 41 02 sse@sse.com.pl www.sse.com.pl Zone’s area: 613 ha Number of investors: 62 Number of employees: 6700 Subzones: Starachowice, Ostrowiec Św., SkarżyskoKamienna, Końskie, Stąporków, Suchedniów, Morawica, Szydłowiec, Iłża, Mniszków, Tułowice, Puławy, Sędziszów, Kielce Investments value: 1.671 billion PLN Key Sectors: Ceramics, metalworking, machining, automobile sector, chemicals

Contacts President of the zone: Cezary Tkaczyk tel.: 41 275 41 01; sse@sse.com.pl

Investors’ contacts: Anna Jaworska (Office of Promotion and Marketing; 41-275-4445) sse@sse.com.pl

Robert Paweł Żyliński Prezes Zarządu tel.: 606 956 701; r.zylinskie@ssse. com.pl Iwona Malinowska (specialist in Dept’ of Investor Services (Suwalki); English) suwalki@ssse.com.pl Tomasz Kimszal (specialist in Dept’ of Investor Services (Suwalki); English) goldap@ssse.com.pl Beata Kulka (specialist in Promotion department; 87-610-6272) promocja@ssse.com.pl

Tarnobrzeg Special Economic Zone “Euro-Park Wislosan” General Data Year established: 1997 Address: ul. Zakładowa 30 39-400 Tarnobrzeg tel.: 15 822 99 99, 15 823 66 88 www.tsse.pl Zone’s area: 1632 ha Number of investors: 240 Subzones: 20 SubZones Tarnobrzeg, Stalowa Wola, Nowa Dęba, Radom, Staszów, Jasło, Wrocław-Kobierzyce, Przemyśl, Janów Lubelski, Siedlce, Łuków, Tomaszów Lubelski, Węgrów, Nowe Miasto nad Pilicą, Kraśnik,


Special Economic Zones Przasnysz, Horodło, Ryki, Łapy, Mińsk Mazowiecki Investments value: 7,3 billion pln Key Sectors: Chemicals, plastics, metallurgy, printing

Contacts Investors’ contacts: Janusz Mis (Branch office director; 15-823-6688) janusz.mis@tsse.pl Monika Puzio (15 823 6688, x120; monika.puzio@tsse.pl)

Wałbrzyska Specjalna Strefa Ekonomiczna Invest-Park Sp.z o.o. General Data Year established: 1997 Address: Uczniowska 16 58-306 Wałbrzych tel.: 74 664 91 64fax: 74 664 91 62 invest@invest-park.com.pl www.invest-park.com.pl Zone’s area: 2212 ha Number of investors: 148 Number of employees: 34 436 Subzones: 41

Key Sectors: Automotive, food, chemicals, home appliances, electronics, machining, metalworking, plastics.

Contacts President of the zone: Barbara Kaśnikowska tel.: 74 664 91 64; invest@investpark.com.pl

Investors’ contacts:

wmsse@wmsse.com.pl www.wmsse.com.pl Zone’s area: 914 ha Number of investors: 59 Number of employees: 12,4 tys. etatów Subzones: 24 Investments value: 3,2 mld zł Key Sectors: Furniture, electronics, tire-production, machinery

Contacts President of the zone: Marek Karólewski tel.: 89 535 02 41; wmsse@wmsse. com.pl

Investors’ contacts: Marcin Kuchciński (Director, Dept of Investor Relations; angielski) kuchcinski@wmsse.com.pl

Beata Rzemyszkiewicz (Director, Department of Investor Services; English) b.rzemyszkiewicz@invest-park. com.pl Justyna Rybicka (Main specialist, Department of Investor Services; 601-909-048) k.prociak@invest-park.com.pl

Warmińsko-Mazurska Special Economic Zone General Data Year established: 1997 Address: Kasprowicza 1 10-2019 Olsztyn tel.: 89 535 02 41fax: 89 535 90 02

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Mazowieckie General Data Area (sq. km): 35600 Top 5 cities in Voivodship: Radom, Płock, Siedlce, Ostrołęka, Ciechanów

Airports in the area: Warsaw Chopin Airport,Modlin Airport

Special Economic Zones:

Governmental Administration Urząd wojewódzki: plac Bankowy 3/5 00-950 Warszawa Tel.: 22 695 69 95 info@mazowieckie.pl www.mazowieckie.pl

Voivod (Wojewoda): Self-Government Sejmik’s office: ul. Jagiellońska 26 Tel.: 22 597 91 00 www.mazovia.pl

Jacek Kozłowski Tel.: 22 695 65 88 wojewoda@mazowieckie.pl

1st Vice-voivod (Wicewojewoda):

Marshall of Sejmik (Marszałek):

Dariusz Piątek Tel.: 22 695 62 75

Voivod’s Office Head: Janina Miszewska Tel.: 22 695 62 44 jmiszewska@mazowieckie.pl

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Vice-Marshalls of Sejmik (Wicemarszałkowie): Leszek Ruszczyk Tel.: 22 590 78 08 leszek.ruszczyk@mazovia.pl Krzysztof Grzegorz Strzałkowski Tel.: 22 590 78 31 krzysztof.strzalkowski@mazovia.pl

Marcin Szurmiński, Karolina Kozlowska (Zastępca kierownika; English) Tel.: 22 566 47 83 m.szurminski@armsa.pl Katarzyna Cesarczyk (p.o. Kierownika; angielski) Tel.: 22 566 47 89 k.cesarczyk@armsa.pl Tomasz Wolff (Starszy specjalista ds. obsługi inwestora ; angielski) Tel.: 22 566 47 85 t.wolff@armsa.pl

Logistics:

Warsaw II region includes industrial and warehouse parks located 15 to 80 km from the city centre of Warsaw, along major roads, in the Mazowieckie region. This zone is particularly attractive for large tenants seeking proximity to the Warsaw agglomeration and offering significantly lower rental levels, when compared to Warsaw I locations closer to the city. Additionally, developers are attracted by the availability of large green field sites for potential further expansion, one of the strengths of the zone. The stock is concentrated mostly along roads E77 towards Krakow, E67 towards Katowice and Wroclaw and on the DK92 towards Poznan. The most popular locations include Pruszkow, Ozarow, Blonie and Piaseczno. The recent completion of the A2 motorway (connecting Warsaw with Lodz and Poznan) has significantly enhanced the advantages of locations to the west of Warsaw. Nowadays the most desired locations are those in close proximity to the motorway junctions.

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Warszawa

General Data Population census: 1708491 Town Hall: Pl. Bankowy 3/5, 00-950 Warszawa Tel.: 22 443 10 28, 22 443 10 38 Tel.: gabinetprezydenta@ um.warszawa.pl www.um.warszawa.pl

Mayor:

Hanna Gronkiewicz-Waltz Tel.: 22 443 10 00, 22 443 10 01 sekretariatprezydenta@ um.warszawa.pl

Vice-Mayor(s): Jacek Wojciechowicz Tel.: 22 443 10 14, 22 443 10 15 jwojciechowicz@um.warszawa.pl

Poland’s capital city continues to draw in new residents both from Poland and abroad. With its 2nd metro line open from October 2014, real estate developers have been active in both office and residential development as the city grows around its metro expansion. Warsaw is the CEE hub for many multinationals, and is Poland’s most international city. While the shiny, new National Stadium has attracted big events, the city still lacks a viable, large convention centre.

Offices: Substantial new supply coming as demand weakens At the end of Q2 2014, the total modern office stock in Warsaw amounted to 4.3 million sq m. More than 3.6 million sq m of modern supply in the capital city is rentable stock, of which 1.13 million sq is located in the Central Business District (CBD). In Q2 2014, 7 schemes offering approximately 107,500 sq m of office space were completed in Warsaw. This amount was 25% higher than the volume of new supply which had been delivered to the market in the previous quarter. In addition, at the end of June 2014, approximately 614,000 sq m of office space remained under construction

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Tel.: 22 443 10 19, 22 443 10 20 (32 schemes). In Q2 2014, the construction of five office Traffic change: 9337734 schemes with a total area of 85,300 sq m was started. It is aswpaszynski@um.warszawa.pl Key higher education institusumed that by the end of 2014 a volume of 159,000 sq m will Michał Olszewski tions: Uniwersytet Warszawski; have been delivered, with another 258,000 sq m in 2015, and Tel.: 22 443 10 17, 22 443 10 18 Politechnika Warszawska; Szkoła the remaining 197,000 sq m in 2016. In addition, two office molszewski@um.warszawa.pl Główna Handlowa; Szkoła Główna schemes located in the Central Business District, Ethos and Jarosław Dąbrowski Gospodarstwa Wiejskiego; WoSpectrum, are being comprehensively modernised. After Tel.: 22 443 10 23, 22 443 10 24 jskowa Akademia Techniczna im. their completion, the office supply will increase by an adj.dabrowski@bemowo.waw.pl J. Dąbrowskiego; Akademia Sztuk ditional 41,500 sq m. Pięknych; Uniwersytet Kardynała In Q2 2014, a continuation of the growing availability of Stefana Wyszyńskiego; Akademia office space was observed in the Warsaw office market. At Key Data Wychowania Fizycznego im. Józefa the end of June 2014, the vacancy rate was at a level of 15.1% ul. Żwirki i Wigury 1 Warszawa Piłsudskiego; (548,000 sq m remained vacant), which represents an inNumber of students:270000 www.lotnisko-chopina.pl crease of 1.5 pp. compared to Q1 2014. The vacancy rate in the CBD increased by 2.7 pp within three months and reached a level of 16.3% (184,300 sq m) of the rentable office space in this area. This shows that while choosing their office, tenants increasingly seek alternative locations to the city centre. The increase in vacancy rate was also contributed by the completion of a few office buildings, which were not Office buildings completed in H1 2014 fully leased prior to delivery. It is anticipated that delivery of new office buildings in the second half of 2014 Office space will lead to a further increase in vacancy rate. It should Project (sqm.) Owner be noted that a slight decrease in demand was observed Atrium South I 15,700 Deka Immobilien in the Warsaw office market. Bolero Office Point 11,300 Real Management Net absorption in Q2 2014 reached the level of 38,000 Corner House 3,700 Erbud sq m, which represents a decrease of 17% when comDomaniewska 4 59,900 ASD Real Estate pared to Q1 2014. Despite significant new supply, and Eurocentrum Office I 38,700 Capital Park take-up comparable to the previous quarter, the net Foksal City 2,500 PHN absorption in Q2 2014 was lower due to the increase in Gdański Business Center I 45,200 HB Reavis the amount of vacant office space in Warsaw. In the past Green Wings 10,800 Okre Development three months the stabilisation of asking and effective Grzybowski Square 4,000 Kronotex rents was observed. At the end of Q2 2014,the asking Jasna 26 5,000 Mermaid Properties rents for office space in buildings located in the Central Mazowiecka 2/4 2,100 Hochtief Development Business District ranged between EUR 16 and 26 / sq Moniuszki Tower 9,200 Catalyst Capital m/ month, whereas those in premises situated in nonPark Rozwoju I 16,000 Echo Investment central locations varied between EUR 11 and 18 / sq m/ Powiśle Park 8,600 Mazowiecka Spółka month. Incentives offered to tenants by owners (rent Gazownictwa free periods and fit-out contributions) are common on Rakowiecka City 1,800 PHN the office market and make effective rents 15-30% lower The Park Warsaw B 10,100 AIG/Lincoln than the asking rates.

Retail: Room to grow The Warsaw agglomeration is the largest and the most competitive retail market in Poland. The total stock amounts to 1.4 million sqm. GLA. This space is spread over 43 schemes, 36 of which are traditional shopping centres, 4 are retail parks and 3 are outlet centres. Despite the significant amount of stock, the retail space density ratio is at average level - 568 m2 GLA/1,000 inhabitants. The vacancy rate in the Warsaw agglomeration is the lowest among major Polish retail markets, and at the end of 2013 it stood at 1.8%. Premises in good quality shopping centres are unavailable while the interest in leasing them is very high. New supply in Warsaw is expected to appear after 2016 when various investments will be delivered to the market including district shopping centres (Galeria Północna, Galeria Wilanów, Galeria Kabaty), regional shopping centres (Auchan Góraszka) and convenience shopping centres (Ferio Wawer). Moreover, mix-use projects like Sienna Towers and modernisations and extensions of older schemes are planned. n

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Płock

General Data Population census: 124318 Town Hall: Pl. Stary Rynek 1, 09-400 Płock Tel.: 24 367 15 55 Tel.: info@plock.eu www.plock.eu

Mayor:

Andrzej Nowakowski Tel.: 24 367 14 00 prezydent@plock.eu

Vice-Mayor(s): Roman Siemiątkowski Tel.: 24 367 14 12


Dolnośląskie Krzysztof Izmajłowicz Tel.: 24 367 14 06 Cezary Lewandowski Tel.: 24 367 14 06

Key Data www.lotnisko-chopina.pl

Key higher education institutions: Politechnika Warszawska Filia w Płocku , Szkoła Wyższa im. Pawła Włodkowica w Płocku, Państwowa Wyższa Szkoła Zawodowa w Płocku

General Data

General Data Population census: 220602 Town Hall: Jana Kilińskiego 30, 26600 Radom Tel.: 48 362 04 19 Tel.: coi@umradom.pl www.radom.pl

Mayor:

Investor contacts: Małgorzata Krom Tel.: 24 367 15 84 malgorzata.krom@plock.eu

Andrzej Kosztowniak Tel.: 48 362 32 26 prezydent@umradom.pl

Krzysztof Ferensztajn Tel.: 48 363 83 23 k.ferensztajn@umradom.pl

Key Data ul. Żeromskiego 86, 26-600 Radom www.lotnisko-radom.eu

Radom

08-110 Siedlce Tel.: 25 794 37 00 Tel.: boi@um.siedlce.pl www.bip.siedlce.pl

Mayor:

Investor contacts: Rafał Grzeszczyk (Kierownik Biura) Tel.: 48 362 03 32 coi@umradom.pl Marcin Kucharski Tel.: 48 362 03 58 coi@umradom.pl Krzysztof Turek Tel.: 48 362 03 58 coi@umradom.pl

Wojciech Kudelski

Vice-Mayor(s): Jarosław Głowacki Anna Sochacka

Investor contacts:

Vice-Mayor(s): Igor Marszałkiewicz Tel.: 48 362 22 40 i.marszalkiewicz@umradom.pl Ryszard Fałek Tel.: 48 362 49 08 r.falek@umradom.pl Anna Kwiecień Tel.: 48 362 68 70 a.kwiecien@umradom.pl

General Data Population census: Town Hall: Skwer Niepodległości 2,

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Ewelina Raczyńska Tel.: 25 794 37 92

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Dolnośląskie General Data Area (sq. km): 19947 Top 5 cities in Voivodship: Wrocław, Wałbrzych, Legnica, Jelenia Góra, Lubin Airports in the area: Wrocław International Airport Special Economic Zones: Kamienna Góra Special Economic Zone, Legnica Special Economic Zone, Wałbrzych Special Economic Zone “INVEST_PARK”, Tarnobrzeg Special Economic Zone"

Self-Government Sejmik's office: Wybrzeże Juliusza Słowackiego 12-14 Tel.: 71 776 90 53

www.umwd.dolnyslask.pl

Marshall of Sejmik (Marszałek):

pl. Powstańców Warszawy 1, 50-153 Tel.: 71 340 60 00 info@duw.pl www.duw.pl

Voivod (Wojewoda):

Investor contacts: Małgorzata Chalabala (Kierownik COI) Tel.: 71 343 42 37, 608 660 700 malgorzata.chalabala@dawg.pl

Aleksander Marek Skorupa Tel.: wojsekr@duw.pl

1st Vice-voivod (Wicewojewoda): Cezary Przybylski

Vice-Marshalls of Sejmik (Wicemarszałkowie): Radosław Mołoń Tel.: 71 776 93 44

Ewa Mańkowska Tel.: wicewojs@duw.pl

Voivod's Office Head: Agnieszka Marchewka Tel.: 71 340 63 95 bw@duw.pl

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The Wroclaw region (Dolnoslaskie voivodship) is part of one of the most industrialized areas in Central Europe. Its convenient location, as well as excellent road network connecting the region with Western and Southern Europe, has already attracted a number of international investors. The key industry drivers in the region include: automotive, metallurgy, engineering, electronics and food industry. Major investors include Cadbury Schweppes, Whirlpool Polar SA, Lear, Faurecia, SCA Molnlycke, LG Electronics, 3M, Wabco, Volvo, Toshiba, and Toyota Motor.

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Rafał Dutkiewicz Tel.: 71 777 82 01 pwr@um.wroc.pl

Vice-Mayor(s):

General Data Population census: 632000 Town Hall: pl. Nowy Targ 1-8, 50141 Wrocław Tel.: 71 777 77 77 Tel.: kum@um.wroc.pl www.wroclaw.pl

Wojciech Adamski Tel.: 71 777 84 60 ww1@um.wroc.pl Anna Szarycz Tel.: 71 777 72 59 ww2@um.wroc.pl Maciej Bluj Tel.: 71 777 74 83 ww3@um.wroc.pl Adam Grehl Tel.: 71 777 70 54 ww4@um.wroc.pl

Mayor: Key Data ul. Graniczna 190, 54-530 Wrocław www.airport.wroclaw.pl Traffic:1996552 Traffic change: 20,46%

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Wrocław is one of the most dynamically developing cities in Poland. Over the last decade it has become one of the largest and most important centres for BPO, Shared Services and R&D services. The good infrastructure, availability of skilled workers, proactive policy of local authorities and positive experiences of investors have propelled the dynamics of many sectors of the local market, including the real estate market. Wroclaw has been designated the “European Capital of Culture” for 2016.

Offices: 30 office projects in planning stage With total modern office stock estimated as end of June 2014 at approximately 551,800 sq m, of which some 507,500 sq m is rentable, Wrocław is the second largest regional office market in Poland, after Kraków. There are three main areas of concentration of modern office space in Wrocław; the city center and its immediate surroundings, the Western Business District (the area between Legnicka Street and Strzegomska Street) and the Southern Business Axis (the area along Powstańców Śląskich Street and Karkonoska Street). The remaining office stock is scattered around the city and does not form any visible areas of concentration. While the Central Business

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Key higher education institutions: Uniwersytet Wrocławski, Politechnika Wrocławska, Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny, Uniwersytet Przyrodniczy, Uniwersytet Medyczny, Akademia Wychowania Fizycznego, Akademia Muzyczna, Akademia Sztuk Pięknych Number of students:140000

Business Dynamics – New investors: Dolby, Sumitomo Chemical, Bama Companies, Becton Dickinson and Company, Qatar Airways, Qiagen, Luxoft, Walki, BASF, Foundation Brakes, Lear Corporation, Infusion, Nestle,

Investor contacts: Ewa Kaucz (VP, ARAW SA; English) Tel.: 71 783 53 10 ewa.kaucz@araw.pl Tomasz Śpiewak (Project Director, ARAW SA; English) Tel.: 71 783 53 16 tomasz.spiewak@araw.pl

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A-class buildings ranged between EUR 13 and 16/sq m/month while the level of rents in B-class buildings varied between EUR 10 and 13/sq m/month or PLN 40-60/sq m/month. Effective rates in some buildings may be EUR 2-3 beneath the asking level. Taking the high availability of office space in completed buildings and substantial new supply under construction into consideration, owners are expected to be increasingly flexible in lease negotiations leading to a decrease in transactional and effective rental levels.

Retail: There are over 590,000 m2 GLA in the Wrocław agglomeration within 19 shopping centres, with a retail space density ratio of 763 m2/1,000 inhabitants, which is, along with the ratio noted in Pozńań, one of the highest among the eight major Polish agglomerations. Wrocław is a well-developed, mature retail market, 82% of which is made up of traditional shopping centres, 16% retail parks and 2% outlet centres. The retail market in the Wrocław agglomeration has been developing continuously since the 1990s, but the most interesting retail projects were built in the city after 2000, including Galeria Dominikańska (30,700 m2 GLA), Pasaż Grunwaldzki (52,000 m2 GLA) and Magnolia Park (76,900 m2 GLA). In 2009, the first shopping centre in the high street appeared in Wrocław (Renoma), built in the place of the former Wertheim department store constructed in 1930. The vacancy rate in the Wrocław agglomeration stands at 4.5%. Due to the fact that currently there are two extensions of retail projects (Magnolia Park and Park Handlowy Bielany Wrocławskie) underway, the vacancy rate may increase slightly, mainly in the older retail schemes. Rents for Wrocław’s retail space are in the range EUR 43-45 /m2/month. Recent transactions include the leasing of 3,355 m2 for Decathlon and 1,980 m2 for Pure Jatomi fitness in Magnolia, which is currently being extended. Intensive negotiations with tenants are currently underway in the commercialisation process of Park Handlowy Bielany Wrocławskie’s extension.

Tel.: 75 754 61 03 Tel.: sekretariat@jeleniagora.pl www.jeleniagora.pl

Mayor:

Marcin Zawiła Tel.: 75 754 61 03 sekretariat@jeleniagora.pl

Vice-Mayor(s): Mirosława Dzika Tel.: 75 754 62 58 sekretariats@jeleniagora.pl

General Data Population census: 82846 Town Hall: Plac Ratuszowy 58, 58500 Jelenia Góra

Key Data 54-530 Wrocław, ul. Graniczna 190 www.aiport.wroclaw.pl

Traffic:1996552 Traffic change: +20,45%

Key higher education institutions: 1. Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny we Wrocławiu Wydział Ekonomii, Zarządzania i Turystyki w Jeleniej Górze, 2. Politechnika Wrocławska Zamiejscowy Ośrodek Dydaktyczny w Jeleniej Górze, 3. Karkonoska Państwowa Szkoła Wyższa w Jeleniej Górze, 4. Wyższa Szkoła Menedżerska w Jeleniej Górze Number of students:5000

Business Dynamics – New investors: 1. O.P.S.O.; 2. AVC Lighting; 3. REGES; 4. IPS Jelenia Góra; 5. TO I OWO

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Vice-Mayor(s):

Barbara Olszewska (Specjalista; Język angielski) Tel.: 75 754 61 26 inwestor@jeleniagora.pl

Ryszard Białek Tel.: 76 721 21 02 rbialek@legnica.eu Jadwiga Zienkiewicz Tel.: 76 721 21 05 jzienkiewicz@legnica.eu Dorota Purgal Tel.: 76 721 21 02 dpurgal@legnica.eu

Legnica

Tel.: 76 727 74 88 kreczmanski@lsse.eu

Wałbrzych

Key Data Wrocław www.airport.wroclaw.pl

General Data Population census: 104000 Town Hall: Pl. Słowiański 8, 59-220 Legnica Tel.: 76 721 21 99 Tel.: kancelaria@legnica.eu www.portal.legnica.eu

Mayor:

Key higher education institutions: Państwowa Wyższa Szkoła Zawodowa im. Witelona, Wyższa Szkoła Menedżerska Zamiejscowy Ośrodek Dydaktyczny Politechniki Wrocławskiej, Wyższa Szkoła Medyczna, Nauczycielskie Kolegium Języków Obcych Number of students:10061

General Data Population census: 118813 Town Hall: Plac Magistracki 1, 58-300 Wałbrzych Tel.: 74 665 51 00 Tel.: www.walbrzych.eu

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Tadeusz Krzakowski Tel.: 76 721 21 00 tkrzakowski@legnica.eu

Wrocław www.airport.wroclaw.pl Traffic:1996552 Traffic change: 20.46

Key higher education institutions: Politechnika Wrocławska - Zamiejscowy Ośrodek Dydaktyczny w Wałbrzychu, Państwowa Wyższa Szkoła Zawodowa im. Angelusa Silesiusa w Wałbrzychu, Wałbrzyska Wyższa Szkoła Zarządzania i Przedsiębiorczości. Number of students:7300

Business Dynamics – New investors: Mando Corporation, Ronal Polska Sp. z o.o.

Mayor: Investor contacts:

Investor contacts: Lidia Wysocka-Czechowska (LSSE) (Director, Dept of Infrastructure and Investment) Tel.: 76 727 74 86 czechowska@lsse.eu Radosław Kreczmański (LSSE) (Investment Dept, Manager)

Key Data

Roman Szełemej Tel.: 74 665 51 12

Katarzyna Mechlińska (main specialist; English, German) Tel.: 74 665 53 29 k.mechlinska@um.walbrzych.pl Justyna Pichowicz (Inspektor; English) Tel.: 74 665 53 19 j.pichowicz@um.walbrzych.pl

Vice-Mayor(s): Zygmunt Nowaczyk Tel.: 74 665 51 13

Kujawsko-Pomorskie General Data Area (sq. km): 18000 Top 5 cities in Voivodship: Bydgoszcz, Toruń, Włocławek, Grudziądz, Inowrocław Airports in the area: Port Lotniczy Bydgoszcz Special Economic Zones: Pomorska SEZ, Włocławska Strefa Rozwoju Gospodarczego Park PrzemysłowoTechnologiczny, Bydgoski Park Przemysłowo-Technologiczny, Vistula Park Świecie, Vistula Park II Świecie-Sulnowo, Park Przemysłowy w Solcu Kujawskim, Grudziądzki Park Przemysłowy, Toruński Park Technologiczny z Centrum Transferu Technologii.

Self-Government Political composition of Sejmik: 50% PO, 18,8% SLD, 15,6% PSL, 15,6% PiS

Sejmik's office: Plac Teatralny 2, Tel.: 56 62 18 600 http://kujawsko-pomorskie.pl/

Marshall of Sejmik (Marszałek):

Piotr Całbecki mw.sekretariat@kujawsko-pomorskie.pl

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Vice-Marshalls of Sejmik (Wicemarszałkowie): Edward Hartwich Tel.: 56 62 18 470 ww.sekretariat@kujawsko-pomorskie.pl Dariusz Kurzawa Tel.: 56 62 18 470 czw.sekretariat@kujawsko-pomorskie.pl Sławomir Kopyść Tel.: 56 62 18 419 czw.sekretariat@kujawsko-pomorskie.pl Michał Korolko Tel.: 56 62 18 571 ww.sekretariat@kujawsko-pomorskie.pl

Governmental Administration Urząd wojewódzki: Jagiellońska 3, Bydgoszcz, 85-950 Tel.: 52 349 79 13 bw_sekretariat@bydgoszcz.uw.gov.pl http://www.bydgoszcz.uw.gov.pl/

Voivod (Wojewoda): Ewa Mes Tel.: 52 349 77 80 wojewoda@bydgoszcz.uw.gov.pl

1st Vice-voivod (Wicewojewoda): Zbigniew Ostrowski Tel.: 52 349 77 82 wicewojewoda@bydgoszcz.uw.gov.pl

Voivod's Office Head: Tomasz Kubiak Tel.: 52 349 77 88


Kujawsko-Pomorskie Logistics:

The kujawsko-pomorskie voivodship is located in a middle-northern part of Poland benefiting from a well-developed transportation system, thanks to the A2 motorway and an international airport in Bydgoszcz. The main economic sectors in the kujawsko-pomorskie region are: the chemical industry, agriculture, furniture production and the food processing industry. However the significance of these traditional sectors has been diminished as new technology companies have entered the market. The largest investors in the region include Unilever, AlcatelLucent Technologies, Neupack, Apator, Lafarge and many others located mostly in Bydgoszcz and Torun Industrial and Technology Parks. Bydgoszcz–Toruń metropolitan area is the name of the bi-polar agglomeration in the middle of the Vistula river created by 2 cities: Bydgoszcz and Toruń. The distance between the built-up areas of the cities is about 30 km. Despite the fact that these two cities are integrating gradually, they have been in a great competition through the centuries.

bw_sekretariat@bydgoszcz.uw.gov.pl

Investor contacts: Marek Ryłow Tel.: 56 646 20 23 m.rylow@kujawsko-pomorskie.pl Daria Mierczyńska Tel.: 56 621 83 19 d.mierczynska@kujawsko-pomorskie.pl

Bydgoszcz

Town Hall: Jezuicka 1, 85-102 Bydgoszcz Bydgoszcz Tel.: 52 58 58 913 Tel.: urzad@um.bydgoszcz.pl www.bydgoszcz.pl

Tel.: 52 58 58 398 zpm3@um.bydgoszcz.pl Grzegorz Dołkowski Tel.: 52 58 58 302 zpm4@um.bydgoszcz.pl

Mayor: Key Data Bydgoszcz, ul. Al. Jana Pawła II 158 www.plb.pl Traffic:328099 Traffic change: 22,3 % Rafał Bruski Tel.: 52 58 58 358 prezydent@um.bydgoszcz.pl

Vice-Mayor(s):

General Data Population census: 361254

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Grażyna Ciemniak Tel.: 52 58 58 303 zpm1@um.bydgoszcz.pl Jan Szopiński Tel.: 52 58 58 390 zpm2@um.bydgoszcz.pl Łukasz Niedźwiecki

Key higher education institutions: Uniwersytet Kazimierza Wielkiego w Bydgoszczy ; Uniwersytet TechnologicznoPrzyrodniczy im. Jana i Jędrzeja Śniadeckich w Bydgoszczy ; Uniwersytet Mikołaja Kopernika w Toruniu Collegium Medicum im. Ludwika Rydygiera w Bydgoszczy ; Wyższa Szkoła Środowiska w Bydgoszczy ;

Number of students:

more than

43000

Business Dynamics – New investors: Metalcynk; Neupack Polska; Metalbark ; Airon Investment S.A. ; ECE Projektmanagement Polska ; Resolution Property ; Genesys Telecommunications Laboratories; Ecoprojekt

Investor contacts: Edyta Wiwatowska (Koordynator Zespołu Obsługi Inwestora i Przedsiębiorczości; English) Tel.: 52 58 58 823 edyta.wiwatowska@um.bydgoszcz.pl Michał Kornacki (Office of Investor Services; English) Tel.: 52 5859158 michal.kornacki@um.bydgoszcz.pl

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Kujawsko-Pomorskie Tel.: 56 611 84 99 k.kilanowska@um.torun.pl

Bydgoszcz Bydgoszcz is the 8th largest city in the country, yet around 1.1 million people live within 50 km of the city. Located in central Poland, roads and railway connect easily to Warsaw, the Tricity (Gdańk-Sopot-Gdynia) and Poznań. Additionally, the international airport is located within 10 minutes ride from the center of the city (3,5 km). Nearly 40 000 students study in Bydgoszcz at 2 universities and 13 other academies and colleges, and the city has a school for children of managers from abroad, as well as NATO officers. The city is keen to expand on its IT strengths and develop as an IT hub for the BPO/Outsourcing sector.

Toruń : Toruń is one of the oldest cities in Poland, with a population of about 200,000. The medieval old town of Toruń is the birthplace of the astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus. In 1997 the medieval part of the city was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Despite its repute as an academic leader, Toruń has largely missed out on the wave of BPO/ Outsourcing investment in Poland. Some initiatives are underway to combine forces with neighboring Bydgoszcz to put the Bydgoszcz-Torun metro area on the map for global BPO/ SSC investors.

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Tel.: 56 611 86 10 l.szuba@um.torun.pl

Grudziądz

Inowrocław

General Data Population census: 93841 Town Hall: Ratuszowa 1, 86-300 Grudziądz Tel.: 56 45 10 200 Tel.: sekretariat@um.grudziadz.pl www.grudziadz.pl

Mayor:

Port Lotniczy Bydgoszcz S.A. http://plb.pl/ Traffic:340024 Traffic change: 22%

General Data Population census: 190000 Town Hall: Wały Gen. Sikorskiego 8, 87-100 Toruń Tel.: 56 622 25 55 Tel.: prezydent@um.torun.pl www.torun.pl

Mayor:

Key higher education institutions: Nicolaus Copernicus University, The Torun Jagiellonian College, The Banking Academy, The Torun Academy of Entrepreneurship, The College of Social and Media Culture, Hebrew Studies College in Torun, Torun Diocese Seminary Number of students:40000

Michał Zaleski Tel.: 56 622 25 55 prezydent@um.torun.pl

Itella Informations, L&P, Atrium European Real Estate, General Services Sp. z o.o., Marbud, Rywal RHC

Roosevelta 26, 88-100 Inowrocław Tel.: 52 355 53 00 Tel.: urzad@inowroclaw.pl www.inowroclaw.pl

Robert Malinowski Tel.: 56 45 10 261 prezydent@um.grudziadz.pl Marek Sikora Tel.: 56 45 10 203 sekretariat@um.grudziadz.pl Przemysław Ślusarski Tel.: 56 45 10 204 sekretariat@um.grudziadz.pl

Key Data Gdańsk http://www.airport.gdansk.pl/ Traffic:2.905.710 Traffic change: 118%

Business Dynamics – New investors: Business Dynamics – New investors:

General Data Population census: 75517 Town Hall: Prezydenta Franklina

Mayor:

Vice-Mayor(s): Key Data

Katarzyna Kustosz - Burnac (Main specialist, Investor Services; English, French) Tel.: 56 45 10 351 k.burnac@um.grudziadz.pl

Zakład Przetwórstwa Ryb \Limito\” S.A. ENERGA - Budowa elektrowni gazowej Centrum Dystrybucyjne Rossmann”

Ryszard Brejza Tel.: 52 355 53 33 prezydent@inowroclaw.pl

Vice-Mayor(s): Wojciech Piniewski Tel.: 52 355 52 27 zastepcaprezydenta@inowroclaw.pl Ireneusz Stachowiak Tel.: 52 355 53 21 zastepcaprezydenta2@inowroclaw.pl

Key Data Bydgoszcz, al. Jana Pawła II 158 www.plb.pl Traffic:340024 Traffic change: +21,5%

Key higher education institutions: Wydział Zarządzania i Nauk Społecznych w Inowrocławiu Wyższej Szkoły Gospodarki w Bydgoszczy Number of students:400

Vice-Mayor(s): Zbigniew Fiderewicz Tel.: 56 611 86 02 z.fiderewicz@um.torun.pl Zbigniew Rasielewski Tel.: 56 611 86 03 z.rasielewski@um.torun.pl Ludwik Szuba

Investor contacts:

Investor contacts:

Adam Zakrzewski (Director of Investor Assistance Office; English, German) Tel.: 56 611 85 25 a.zakrzewski@um.torun.pl Karolina Kilanowska

Marek Sikora (Wiceprezydent Grudziądza; English) Tel.: 56 45 10 203 sekretariat@um.grudziadz.pl

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Business Dynamics – New investors: Libra Project i Acteeum Central Europe; AmRest Holdings SE; R&S International Business Development Company; Hassan Riyazi


Lubelskie Investor contacts: Ireneusz Stachowiak (Zastępca Prezydenta Miasta Inowrocławia) Tel.: 52 355 53 21 zastepcaprezydenta2@inowroclaw.pl Aleksandra Dolińska-Hopcia (Dept of Investment, Economy and EU Funds) Tel.: 52 355 53 19 ahopcia@inowroclaw.pl Aleksandra Sibora (Kierownik Referatu Rozwoju Gospodarczego) Tel.: 52 355 54 30 rozwoj@inowroclaw.pl

Tel.: 54 414 41 00 jwojciechowski@um.wloclawek.pl

Włocławek

Key Data

General Data Population census: Town Hall: Zielony Rynek 11/13, 87-800 Włocławek Tel.: 54 414 40 00 Tel.: poczta@um.wloclawek.pl www.wloclawek.pl

Mayor:

Andrzej Pałucki Tel.: 54 411 35 00 apalucki@um.wloclawek.pl

Vice-Mayor(s): Jacek Kuźniewicz Tel.: 54 411 29 39 jkuzniewicz@um.wloclawek.pl Wanda Muszalik Tel.: 54 414 42 17 wmuszalik@um.wloclawek.pl Jacek Wojciechowski

Investor contacts: Investor Services Center (Zastępca Dyrektora Wydziału) Tel.: 54 414 44 17 Anna Pakulska (Stanowisko ds. Obsługi Inwestora) Tel.: 54 414 40 44 Ksenia Wojtalik-Zimna (Stanowisko ds. Obsługi Inwestora) Tel.: 54 414 47 70

Lubelskie General Data Area (sq. km): 25114 Top 5 cities in Voivodship: Lublin,

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Chełm, Zamość, Biała Podlaska, Puławy Airports in the area: Lublin Airport Special Economic Zones: Euro-Park Mielec SEZ, Starachowice SEZ, Tarnobrzeg SEZ, Euro-Park Wisłosan

Self-Government Sejmik's office: Spokojna 4 Tel.: 81 441 66 00 www.lubelskie.pl

Milejów

Marshall of Sejmik (Marszałek):

Strzyżewice

Krzysztof Hetman marszalek@lubelskie.pl

Rybczewice Drugie

Vice-Marshalls of Sejmik (Wicemarszałkowie): Sławomir Sosnowski Tel.: 81 441 66 07 slawomir.sosnowski@lubelskie.pl Krzysztof Grabczuk Tel.: 81 441 66 12 krzysztof.grabczuk@lubelskie.pl

Wysokie

Potok Wielki

Żółkiewka-Osada

Nielisz

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Lubelskie/Lubuskie Governmental Administration Urząd wojewódzki: Spokojna 4, 20-914 Lublin Tel.: 81 742 43 08 poczta@lublin.uw.gov.pl www.lublin.uw.gov.pl

Voivod (Wojewoda):

Sylwia Kolbus Tel.: 81 537 16 21 sylwia.kolbus@lubelskie.pl

Lublin

Jolanta Szołno-Koguc Tel.: 81 742 43 08 wojewoda@lublin.uw.gov.pl, sekretariat@lublin.uw.gov.pl

1st Vice-voivod (Wicewojewoda): Marian Starownik Tel.: 81 742 44 13 wicewojewoda@lublin.uw.gov.pl, sekw2@lublin.uw.gov.pl

Voivod's Office Head: Tel.: 81 742 43 36 bw@lublin.uw.gov.pl

General Data Population census: 348050 Town Hall: Pl. Łokietka 1, 20-109 Lublin Tel.: 81 466 10 10 Tel.: urzad_miasta@lublin.eu lublin.eu

Mayor: Investor contacts: Dariusz Donica (Kierownik Oddziału Promocji Handlu i Inwestycji) Tel.: 81 537 16 11 dariusz.donica@lubelskie.pl Dorota Gardzała Tel.: 81 537 16 21 dorota.gardzala@lubelskie.pl

Tel.: 81 466 20 00 prezydent@lublin.eu

Vice-Mayor(s): Stanisław Kalinowski Tel.: 81 466 20 10 zastepcy.prezydenta@lublin.eu Katarzyna Mieczkowska-Czerniak Tel.: 81 466 20 00 katarzyna.mieczkowska@lublin.eu Grzegorz Siemiński Tel.: 81 466 20 10 zastepcy.prezydenta@lublin.eu Monika Lipińska Tel.: 81 466 20 20 monika.lipinska@lublin.eu

Key Data ul. Króla Jana III Sobieskiego 1, 21040 Świdnik www.portlotniczy.lublin.pl Traffic: The Airport was opened in December 2012 Traffic change: From December 2012 to July 2013 111,600 passengers were served

Key higher education institutions:

Krzysztof Żuk

Uniwersytet Marii CurieSkłodowskiej; Katolicki Uniwersytet Lubelski im. Jana Pawła II; Uniwersytet

Medyczny; Uniwersytet Przyrodniczy; Politechnika Lubelska; Wyższa Szkoła Ekonomii i Innowacji; Wyższa Szkoła Przedsiębiorczości i Administracji Wyższa Szkoła SpołecznoPrzyrodnicza im. Wincentego Pola Number of students:80000

Business Dynamics – New investors: Sollers Consulting; Transition Technologies; Sii; Alior Bank - Departament Relacji z Klientem; ABM Greiffenberger

Investor contacts: Anna Jurys (project manager; English, French) Tel.: 81 466 25 07 anna.jurys@lublin.eu Diana Ciszewska (Project Manager; English) Tel.: 81 466 25 07 diana.ciszewska@lublin.eu Honorata Kępowicz-Olszówka (Project Manager; English, Russian) Tel.: 81 466 25 07 honorata.olszowka@lublin.eu

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Lubuskie General Data Area (sq. km): 13989 Top 5 cities in Voivodship: Zielona Góra, Gorzów Wielkopolski, Nowa Sól, Żary, Żagań Airports in the area: Zielona Góra Airport in Babimost Special Economic Zones: KostrzynSłubice Special Economic Zone: 910.97 ha Wałbrzych Special Economic Zone: 32.5 ha

Self-Government Political composition of Sejmik: 60%- PO, 40% PSL

Sejmik's office:

Marshall of Sejmik (Marszałek):

Governmental Administration Urząd wojewódzki: Jagiellończyka 8, Gorzów Wielkopolski, 66-400 Tel.: 95 711 56 00 urzad@lubuskie.uw.gov.pl www.lubuskie.uw.gov.pl

Elżbieta Polak gabinet@lubuskie.pl

Vice-Marshalls of Sejmik (Wicemarszałkowie): Maciej Szykuła Tel.: 68 45 65 282 m.szykula@lubuskie.pl Bogdan Nowak Tel.: 68 45 65 279 b.nowak@lubuskie.pl

Podgórna 7, Zielona Góra Tel.: 68 45 65 274 www.lubuskie.pl

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Voivod (Wojewoda): Jerzy Ostruch Tel.: 95 711 51 10 wojewoda@lubuskie.uw.gov.pl

1st Vice-voivod (Wicewojewoda): Jan Świrepo Tel.: 95 711 52 38 wojewoda@lubuskie.uw.gov.pl

Voivod's Office Head: Lubomir Fajfer Tel.: 95 711 55 02 biuro.wojewody@lubuskie.uw.gov.pl

Investor contacts: Katarzyna Drożak (Dyrektor) Tel.: 68 456 52 89 sekretariat.dr@lubuskie.pl Leszek Urban (Kierownik ) Tel.: 68 456 54 92 l.urban@lubuskie.pl Justyna Śmielska-Saniuk (Stanowisko ds. obsługi inwestora w COI) Tel.: 68 456 54 13 j.smielska@lubuskie.pl


Łódzkie

Zielona Góra

Wioleta Haręźlak Tel.: 68 456 41 08 Dariusz Lesicki Tel.: 68 456 41 08

Gorzów Wielkopolski

Key Data Babimost www.lotnisko.zielonagora.pl

General Data Population census: 119 023 Town Hall: Podgórna 22, 65-424 Zielona Góra Tel.: 68 456 41 00 Tel.: UrzadMiasta@um.zielona-gora.pl www.zielona-gora.pl

Mayor:

Key higher education institutions: Uniwersytet Zielonogórski

Number of students:

14 461 tys.

Business Dynamics – New investors: Darstal, LUG Light Factory, Lumel, Stelmet, ITM Poland

Tel.: 95 735 55 29 piekarz@um.gorzow.pl Alina Nowak Tel.: 95 735 55 42 alinanowak@um.gorzow.pl Stefan Sejwa Tel.: 95 735 55 38 sejwa@um.gorzow.pl

Key Data General Data Population census: 124554 Town Hall: Sikorskiego 3-4, 66-400 Gorzów Wielkopolski Tel.: 95 721 95 00 Tel.: kancelaria@um.gorzow.pl www.gorzow.pl

www.lotnisko.lubuskie.pl

Key higher education institutions: Państwowa Wyższa Szkoła Zawodowa, Akademia Wychowania Fizycznego, Wyższa Szkoła Biznesu

Mayor: Investor contacts: Bogusław Bukowski (Director, Investor Services office) Tel.: 95 735 59 66 bukowski@um.gorzow.pl

Investor contacts:

Janusz Kubicki Tel.: 68 456 41 11

Vice-Mayor(s): Krzysztof Kaliszuk Tel.: 68 456 41 11

Joanna Pieniężna (manager of Office of Enterprise and Economy; German) Tel.: 68 456 43 07 j.pieniezna@um.zielona-gora.pl Malwina Źrebiec-Filar (Office of Enterprise and Economy; English) Tel.: 68 456 43 07 m.zrebiec@um.zielona-gora.pl

Tadeusz Jędrzejczak pmb@um.gorzow.pl

Vice-Mayor(s): Ewa Piekarz

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Łódzkie General Data Area (sq. km): 18219 Top 5 cities in Voivodship: Łódź,

Voivod (Wojewoda):

Piotrków Trybunalski, Pabianice, Tomaszów MAzowiecki, Bełchatów Airports in the area: Łódź im. Władysława Reymonta / Łódź Lublinek

1st Vice-voivod (Wicewojewoda):

Special Economic Zones: Łódź Special Economic Zone, Starachowice Special Economic Zone

Self-Government Sejmik’s office: al. Piłsudskiego 8 Tel.: 42 663 30 00 www.lodzkie.pl

Marshall of Sejmik (Marszałek):

www.lodz.uw.gov.pl Jolanta Chełmińska Tel.: 42 664 10 10 sekretariat@lodz.uw.gov.pl

Witold Stępień marszalek@lodzkie.pl

Vice-Marshalls of Sejmik (Wicemarszałkowie): Artur Bagieński Dorota Ryl

Governmental Administration Urząd wojewódzki: Piotrkowska 104, 90-926 Tel.: 42 664 10 00

Łódź

Paweł Bejda Tel.: 42 664 10 50 wicewojewoda@lodz.uw.gov.pl

Voivod’s Office Head: Marcin Szmaja Tel.: 42 664 10 11 marcin.szmaja@lodz.uw.gov.pl

Investor contacts:

General Data Population census: 725055 Town Hall: Piotrkowska 104, 90-926 Łódź Tel.: +48 (42) 638 40 00 Tel.: uml@uml.lodz.pl www.uml.lodz.pl

Janusz Baranowski (Dyrektor Departamentu; Russian) Tel.: 42 291 98 50 przeds@lodzkie.pl

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Łódzkie Logistics

Central Poland, centred around Lodz, benefits from a strategic location in the heart of the country, with the junction of the two main motorways in Strykow, connecting the A1 (North-South) and the A2 (EastWest). There is also an expressway network planned – the S8 to Wroclaw should be completed by the end of 2014, the S14 which will form the western bypass of Lodz and the S74 which will provide a connection with south-eastern Poland and the Ukraine. Major industry sectors in the region include the white goods industry, fuel and energy, pharmaceutical and building materials. The most significant companies operating in Central Poland include Dell, RR Donnelley, Corning Cable, Unilever, Indesit and BSH, the majority of which are operating within the Lodzka Special Economic Zone.

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Mayor:

Łódź has slipped over the last few years from Poland’s second largest to third largest city. Yet city authorities are making huge progress in transforming the city, with major infrastructure projects underway, including the underground train station and the EC-1 city redevelopment project. Łódź is benefiting from its “centre-of-Pol and” location with the two main A highways passing nearby. The BPO/SSC sector accounts for nearly half of all new investment in the city, and the soon-to-opened fast-train will cut the travel time to Warsaw to just over 45 minutes. Łódź, with office stock totalling 269,600 sq m is, excluding Warsaw, the sixth largest regional market. It is an important destination especially for the modern business services sector (BPO/SSC), which currently occupies 44% of all office space in the city. The increased interest in Łódź from companies such as Accenture, Bosch, Infosys, Unicredit, Indesit, Fujitsu and Dell was reflected in rapid developers’ reaction between 2005 and 2010. The average supply of around 30,000 sq m of office space a year, along with the record breaking level of projects under

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94-328 Łódź, ul. Gen. S. Maczka 35 lotnisko.lodz.pl Traffic:462931 Traffic change: +18,9%

Key higher education institutions: Uniwersytet Łódzki Hanna Zdanowska Tel.: +48 (42) 638 40 00 uml@uml.lodz.pl

Vice-Mayor(s):

Offices:

Key Data

Marek Cieślak Tel.: 42 638 41 14 uml@uml.lodz.pl Agnieszka Nowak Tel.: 42 638 41 08 uml@uml.lodz.pl Krzysztof Piatkowski Tel.: 42 638 41 11 uml@uml.lodz.pl Radosław Stępień Tel.: 42 638 41 16 uml@uml.lodz.pl

Politechnika Łódzka; Państwowa Wyższa Szkoła Filmowa, Telewizyjna i Teatralna; Akademia Sztuk Pięknych; Społeczna Akademia Nauk; Akademia Muzyczna; Akademia Humanistyczno- Ekonomiczna; Wyższa Szkoła Stosunków Miedzynarodowych Number of students:100000

Business Dynamics – New investors: Hewlett- Packard; Samsung R&D; August Faller; Sii; Pall-Ex; Clariant; KPMG; PwC


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construction, gave Łódź over 170,000 sq m of modern office space during this period. In 2011-2013, the modern office stock grew by an additional 20,000 sq m per annum. As a result, almost 50% of all office space in Łódź is in buildings that are less than five years old. However, the office spaces in tenement houses are still typical for the city. Those from the 1950s and 1960s which have been refurbished or redeveloped offer reasonably good quality office accommodation, especially those which are situated in the City Centre, most notably on Piotrkowska street. In addition, an increasing number of post-industrial plants and sites have undergone refurbishment in Łódź such as Textorial Park, Synergia, Fabryka or Zenit, which all now offer A and B class office space for lease. In general, the quality of office stock in Łódź is gradually rising. This is illustrated by the completion of offices such as University Business Park I (18,700 sq m), Green Horizon I&II (30,500 sq m), Sterlinga Business Center (12,600 sq m) and Park Biznesu Teofilów I (8,600 sq m) which all represent the highest market standards. At the moment 35,300 sq m of office space is under construction which translates to slightly over 13% of total existing stock. However, H1 2014 brought only 2,600 sq m of new office space to the market (Synergia II C). Moreover, Łódź is not likely to see any significant commencements of new speculative projects in the short term. JLL reports, however, accelerating leasing activity in Łódź. In 2013, leasing totalled only 20,800 sq m. In H1 2014, gross takeup has already hit 17,700 sq m. We expect demand to come in at a minimum of 40,000-50,000 sq m for 2014 in Łódź. This is down to several large agreements that are currently under negotiation and will be concluded by the end of 2014 (for example Infosys renewal & expansion signed in Q3 for approx. 21,000 sq m in Green Horizon). Moreover, with limited supply, the vacancy rate has already dropped by 4.5 pp. since Q1 2014 and now stands at 9.2%. This is the lowest ratio ever recorded in Łódź and this number will continue to decrease until the beginning of 2015. At the moment, prospective tenants are able to choose from almost 24,700 sq m of immediately available office space and from 27,300 sq m located in projects under construction. Moreover, Łódź features relatively low prime rents of €11.512.5 / sq m/ month when compared to other regional cities. We do not expect further downward pressure in the short term (i.e. over the next year) however, some lower rents may be recorded in buildings which currently offer a considerable amount of vacant office space.

Investor contacts: Marcin Włodarczyk (Dyrektor; English, French) Tel.: 42 638 59 39 zoi_2@uml.lodz.pl

Piotrków Trybunalski

General Data Population census: 76 886 Town Hall: Pasaż Rudowskiego 10, 97-300 Piotrkow Trybunalski Tel.: 44 732 77 01 Tel.: e-urzad@piotrkow.pl www.piotrkow.pl

Retail: In September 2014, modern retail stock in the agglomeration of Łódź (Łódź and neighbouring municipalities: Pabianice, Konstantynów Łódzki, Ksawerów, Andrespol, Brojce, Nowosolna, Rzgów, Zgierz, Ozorków Miasto, Stryków, Aleksandrów Łódzki) totalled 601,200 sq m and was dominated by the shopping centre format, which represents 80% of the market. The remaining retail formats are: stand-alone retail warehouses (18% of the retail stock) and one outlet centre (2%). As of September 2014, no retail parks were present in the city, however this situation will soon change as the Vis a Vis scheme by Capital Park is currently under construction with completion scheduled for Q4 2014. In terms of shopping centre density, the Łódź agglomeration with 491 sq m/ 1,000 residents ranks fourth amongst major Polish agglomerations – below Poznań, Wrocław and Tri-City, but still higher than Kraków, Warsaw, Szczecin and Katowice agglomerations. Purchasing power of the agglomeration’s population is € 6,490 per capita / year, 11% higher than the national average of € 5,870, but still below the volumes noted in other major agglomerations, and only ahead of the Katowice agglomeration. Currently, there are 13 shopping centres trading in the Łódź agglomeration, which all together offer 482,300 sq m of GLA. Two of them are the largest Polish shopping & leisure centres: Manufaktura (109,500 sq m of GLA) and Port Łódź (104,000 sq m of GLA). Another shopping centre, Sukcesja by Fabryka Biznesu, is in the construction stage. The scheme is to be completed in 2015 and total GLA area is expected to be around 45,000 sq m. After the project’s completion, the density ratio in Łódź will increase to 537 sq m / 1,000 residents. However, due to construction works being carried out in other cities, Łódź will maintain its position in the density ranking. Łódź is not considered a main bridgehead for the expansion of international chains in Poland, however, it remains on the retailers’ radars as one of the key locations in the country. Prime shopping centre rents for a 100 sq m unit shop from the fashion category, prominently located in leading shopping centres in Łódź are estimated between € 50-55 / sq m / month. Higher prime rents can only be found in Warsaw (€90 - 105 / sq m / month). JLL expects prime rents to remain stable in the short to mid-term.

Vice-Mayor(s): Andrzej Kacperek Tel.: 44 732 77 37 a.kacperek@piotrkow.pl Adam Karzewnik Tel.: 44 732 76 94 a.karzewnik@piotrkow.pl

Mayor:

Trybunalskim; Wyższa Szkoła Handlowa w Piotrkowie Trybunalskim Number of students:3.986

Business Dynamics – New investors: REA; OBI; Nowa Hala HEARING.

Key Data ŁÓDŹ http://lotnisko.lodz.pl/ Traffic:462.931 Traffic change: growth of 18,9%

Key higher education institutions: Krzysztof Chojniak k.chojniak@piotrkow.pl

- Uniwersytet Jana Kochanowskiego w Kielcach Filia w Piotrkowie

Investor contacts: Katarzyna Szokalska (English) Tel.: 44 732 18 41 a.zablocka@piotrkow.pl Anna Zabłocka (English) Tel.: 44 732 18 75 a.zablocka@piotrkow.pl

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Małopolskie

Małopolskie Logistics:

The region benefits from the Krakow Technology Park as well as the A4 motorway leading from the Ukrainian to the German border; once completed in 2015 it should significantly increase the attractiveness of the region. The leading industrial sectors in the region are pharmaceuticals, tobacco, building materials, food processing, steel production, high tech and services. The largest companies operating here include: ArcelorMittal, Valeo, CEZ, Pliva Krakow and Philip Morris. Krakow’s airport is a huge feeder for tourism to the region.

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General Data Area (sq. km): 15200 Top 5 cities in Voivodship: Kraków (756 441) , Tarnów (115 769), Nowy Sącz (84 492), Oświęcim (40 156), Chrzanów (30 049) Airports in the area: Kraków Balice Special Economic Zones: Krakow SEZ: 626 ha, with 25 SubZones in 25 gminas.

Self-Government Sejmik's office:

Basztowa 22, 31-156 Kraków; adres do korespondencji: ul. Racławicka 56, 30-017 Kraków Tel.: 12 630 31 07 www.malopolskie.pl

Marshall of Sejmik (Marszałek):

Marek Sowa kz.sekretariat@malopolska.mw.gov.pl

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Vice-Marshalls of Sejmik (Wicemarszałkowie): Roman Ciepiela Tel.: 12 616 09 59 kz.sekretariat@malopolska.mw.gov.pl Wojciech Kozak Tel.: 12 616 09 59 kz.sekretariat@malopolska.mw.gov.pl Jacek Krupa Tel.: 12 616 09 59 kz.sekretariat@malopolska.mw.gov.pl Stanisław Sorys Tel.: 12 616 09 59 kz.sekretariat@malopolska.mw.gov.pl

Governmental Administration Urząd wojewódzki: Basztowa 22, Kraków, 31-156 Tel.: 12 392 15 27 urzad@malopolska.uw.gov.pl www.malopolska.uw.gov.p

Voivod (Wojewoda): Jerzy Miller Tel.: 12 392 15 27 urzad@malopolska.uw.gov.pl

1st Vice-voivod (Wicewojewoda): Andrzej Harężlak Tel.: 12 392 15 27 urzad@malopolska.uw.gov.pl


Małopolskie Voivod's Office Head: Małgorzata Bywanis-Jodlińska Tel.: 12 392 11 26 dyrektorgeneralny@malopolska. uw.gov.pl

Investor contacts: Beata Górska-NIeć (p.o. zastępcy dyrektora Departamentu Obsługi Inwestora MARR; English, French)

Tel.: 12 620 91 46 beata.niec@marr.pl Jacek Bielawski (obsługa inwestora; angielski) Tel.: 12 640 19 49 jbielawski@sse.krakow.pl Marek Martynowicz (ekspert pro-biz; angielski) Tel.: 12 620 91 44 marek.martynowicz@umwm.pl

Krakow has recently become the second largest city in Poland, and a Top 10 global location for BPO/Shared Services centres. The city has ambitious plans – within a “managed growth” agenda – to develop further, particularly the Nowa Huta project, which is a huge-scale, industrial redevelopment scheme. Other key projects include the recently-opened Krakow Congress Centre and plans for metro development. Tourism remains a foundation of Krakow’s local economy.

Offices: dynamically developing regional office hub

As of the end of Q2 2014 the total office stock in Kraków was estimated at some 627,200 sq m. This ranks the city as the most dynamically developing regional office hub. Development activity in the historic centre of Kraków is limited by its tight street layouts and restrictive Projects completed in H1 2014 planning policies. Therefore only 102,300 sq m, some 18% of the total stock, is located in this area. Most ofProject Size Develper/Owner fice space is situated in non-central parts of the city, ALMA Tower 11,000 UBM AG in particular the southern areas of Prądnik Biały and Biuromax 2,150 Biuromax Prądnik Czerwony, the north-western Podgórze area Browar Lubicz 1,590 Balmoral Properties and the corridor along Armii Krajowej Street. In Q2 Pascal 5,250 GTC 2014 two new office developments were completed Projects under construction (ALMA Tower by UBM AG; and the building named Aleja Pokoju 5 13,000 Grupa Buma after its investor - Biuromax), increasing the existAvia 10,100 GD&K ing stock by 13,150 sq m. Additionally, as the end of Bonarka4Business–E 9,500 Trigranit June 2014 there was approximately 131,700 sq m of Zamknięta 2,500 JR Invest office space under construction in 14 new buildings, Centrum BF Kurniki 1,200 AG System comprising both single office buildings and followEnterprise Park II 14,000 Avestus Real Estate ing stages of large office complexes. Taking the curFuturo 1,000 Profuturo rent development schedules into consideration, an assumption can be made that remaining quarters of Kapelanka 42 28,200 Skanska 2014 will probably see delivery of some 87,500 sq m Opolska Business Park 19,200 Echo Investment of new office supply (of which almost 70,000 sq m in Orange Office-Amsterdam 11,200 East-West Development Office Q3 2014), while 2015 will witness the completion of Orange Office-Rotterdam 7,500 East-West approximately 44,200 sq m of space. Development Office As a result new supply in 2014 may reach record Quattro Business Park-D 12,000 Grupa Buma breaking level of over 107,000 sq m.According to Sosnowiecka 75 2,280 P&W Developments Knight Frank’s market research nearly 20 office schemes have been identified at different stages of the Source: Knight Frank planning process. Nine of them have obtained building permits. For several years the local office market has witnessed robust tenants activity. Office demand in Kraków has traditionally been dominated by companies operating in the financial, IT, professional services and BPO/ SSC sectors. The city is the leader among Polish locations in Mayor: terms of number of BPO/SSC companies operating in the market. Kraków has noted the lowest vacancy rate among all major office markets since 2012. According to Knight Frank market research, only 19,000 sq m of office stock was available for lease in Kraków in June 2014, representing some 3.4% of the total existing stock.

Kraków

General Data Population census: 758334 Town Hall: Plac Wszystkich Świętych 3-4, 31-004 Kraków Kraków Tel.: 12 616 12 00 http://www.krakow.pl/

Jacek Majchrowski Tel.: 12 616 1350

Vice-Mayor(s): Tadeusz Trzmiel Tel.: 12 616 12 59 Tadeusz.Trzmiel@um.krakow.pl Tadeusz Matusz Tel.: 12 616 13 09 Tadeusz.Matusz@um.krakow.pl

Retail: The retail stock in the Kraków agglomeration amounts to 550,000 m2 of GLA in 15 sites. The retail space density ratio totals 536 m2/1,000 inhabitants. One of the first shopping centres built near an integrated hub - Galeria Krakowska (57,700 m2 GLA)- is located in Kraków. Historically, the largest amount of retail space was delivered to the market between 2005 and 2009. Most full-scale entertainment

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Małopolskie shopping centres such as Galeria Krakowska, Galeria Kazimierz and, Bonarka City Center were built during that time. In 2011, the first outlet centre in the region – Factory in Modlniczka near Kraków – was delivered. The newest shopping centre in the city – Galeria Bronowice (60,000 m2 GLA) – was opened in autumn 2013. Traditional shopping centres predominate in Kraków and constitute 93% of the total stock. Most schemes are either large or very large and represent 75% of the stock. The three largest schemes offer over 150 shops each. Vacancy rate in Kraków amounts to 4.9% and currently an upward trend can be recorded. Currently, there are no important schemes being built in Kraków. Due to the start of commercialisation of the Serenada shopping centre, which is planned to be delivered between 2014 and 2015, the vacancy rate is expected to be stable at a level of 5%.

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Key Data Kraków-Balice www.krakowairport.pl Traffic:3438758 Traffic change: +14%

Elżbieta Koterba Tel.: 12 616 13 05 Elzbieta.Koterba@um.krakow.pl Magdalena Sroka Tel.: 12 616 15 80 Magdalena.Sroka@um.krakow.pl

Key Data Balice koło Krakowa http://www.krakowairport.pl/pl/ Traffic:3438758 Traffic change: 14%

Key higher education institutions: Uniwersytet Jagielloński; Akademia Górniczo-Hutnicza im. S. Staszica; Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Krakowie; Uniwersytet Pedagogiczny im. Komisji Edukacji Narodowej; Politechnika Krakowska im. T. Kościuszki; Uniwersytet Rolniczy im. H. Kołłątaja; Akademia Wychowania Fizycznego im. B. Czecha; Krakowska Akademia im. A. Frycza Modrzewskiego; Wyższa Szkoła Zarządzania

Tarnów

Key higher education institutions:

General Data Population census: 84129 Town Hall: Rynek 1, 33-300 Nowy Sącz Nowy Sącz Tel.: 18 443 53 08, 18 448 65 00 Tel.: urzad@nowysacz.pl www.nowysacz.pl

Mayor:

Ryszard Nowak Tel.: 18 443 81 27 urzad@nowysacz.pl

Vice-Mayor(s): Jerzy Gwiżdż Tel.: 18 448 65 49 urzad@nowysacz.pl Jawor Bożena Tel.: 18 443 56 72 urzad@nowysacz.pl

Wyższa Szkoła Biznesu – NationalLouis University w Nowym Sączu, Państwowa Wyższa Szkoła Zawodowa w Nowym Sączu, Uniwersytet Pedagogiczny im. Komisji Edukacji Narodowej w Krakowie - Zamiejscowy Ośrodek Dydaktyczny w Nowym Sączu, Akademia Górniczo-Hutnicza im. Stanisława Staszica w Krakowie Zamiejscowy Ośrodek Dydaktyczny w Nowym Sączu, Wschód – Zachód Szkoła Wyższa im. Henryka Jóźwiaka w Łodzi Zamiejscowy Wydział Nauk Społecznych w Nowym Sączu. Number of students:8558

Business Dynamics – New investors: Gliwickie Spotkania Teatralne Theatre Festival, May 2014

Investor contacts: Krzysztof Hebda (podinspektor, Stanowisko Obsługi Inwestora; j. angielski) Tel.: 18 44 44 369, fax: 18 414 50 91 wpr@nowysacz.pl, khebda@ nowysacz.pl

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i Bankowości; Akademia Sztuk Pięknych im. J. Matejki Number of students:204891

Business Dynamics – New investors: Akamai; Amer Sports; BB Harriman; EDF; Euroclear; Energy Micro; Farnell Element 14 ; Herbalife; Lumesse; Ocado; PerkinElmer; RWE

Investor contacts: Rafał Kulczycki (Dyrektor; English) Tel.: 12 616 15 48 rafal.kulczycki@um.krakow.pl Katarzyna Wysocka (Kierownik Centrum Obsługi Inwestora; English) Tel.: 12 616 60 02 katarzyna.wysocka@um.krakow.pl Magdalena Wójtowicz (Opiekun Inwestora; j. angielski) Tel.: 12 616 15 97 magdalena.wojtowicz@um.krakow.pl

Key Data ul. Kapitana Mieczysława Medweckiego 1, 32-083 Balice http://www.krakowairport.pl/pl/ Traffic: 3,44 mln passengers

Key higher education institutions: Państwowa Wyższa General Data Population census: 113188 Town Hall: Mickiewicza 2, 33-100 Tarnów Tel.: 14 688 24 00 Tel.: umt@umt.tarnow.pl www.tarnow.pl

Szkoła Zawodowa; Małopolska Wyższa Szkoła Ekonomiczna w Tarnowie; Wyższa Szkoła Biznesu – National-Louis University w Tarnowie; Wyższe Seminarium Duchowne w Tarnowie Number of students:7.077

Mayor: Business Dynamics – New investors: Atir (investor replacing dla Lidl i Statoil); Mercedes - Benz Polska; Real Estate Sport Travel Centre

Ryszard Ścigała Tel.: 14 688 24 33 rscigala@umt.tarnow.pl

Vice-Mayor(s): Dorota Skrzyniarz Tel.: 14 688 24 34 d.skrzyniarz@umt.tarnow.pl Henryk Słomka-Narożański Tel.: 14 688 24 32 prez.slomka@umt.tarnow.pl Krystyna Latała Tel.: 14 688 24 36 k.latala@umt.tarnow.pl

Investor contacts: Agnieszka Batko (manager of Office of Enterprise; j. angielski) Tel.: 14 688 28 21 a.batko@umt.tarnow.pl Łukasz Fus (Inspektor; j. angielski) Tel.: 14 688 28 00 l.fus@umt.tarnow.pl


Opolskie

Opolskie General Data Area (sq. km): Top 5 cities in Voivodship: Opole, Kędzierzyn-Koźle, Nysa, Brzeg, Kluczbork

Airports in the area: Special Economic Zones: SubZones of Katowice, Walbrzych and ,Starachowiski SEZs: Kędzierzyńsko - Kozielski Park Przemysłowy; Park Naukowo - Technologiczny w Opolu, Opolski Park Naukowo Technologiczny,

Self-Government Political composition of Sejmik: 32% - PO, 18% - TSKN, 17% - PiS, 17% - SLD, 12% - PSL

Sejmik's office: Piastowska 14 Tel.: 77 541 65 10 www.opolskie.pl

Marshall of Sejmik (Marszałek):

Vice-Marshalls of Sejmik (Wicemarszałkowie): Tomasz Kostuś Tel.: 77 541 65 21 t.kostus@opolskie.pl Roman Kolek Tel.: 77 541 65 24 r.kolek@opolskie.pl Barbara Kamińska Tel.: 77 541 65 23 b.kaminska@opolskie.pl Antoni Konopla Tel.: 77 541 65 26 a.konopka@opolskie.pl

Governmental Administration Urząd wojewódzki:

Sławomir Janecki, 77-403-3600 (kierownik; English, French) Tel.: 77/ 403 36 07 s.janecki@ocrg.opolskie.pl Piotr Regeńczuk (starszy specjalista; angielski, niemiecki) Tel.: 77 403 36 48 p.regenczuk@ocrg.opolskie.pl Ewa Dudik (specjalista; angielski, niemiecki) Tel.: 77 403 36 46 e.dudik@ocrg.opolskie.pl

Opole

Voivod (Wojewoda):

1st Vice-voivod (Wicewojewoda): Antoni Jastrzembski Tel.: 77 452 47 25

Voivod's Office Head: Szymon Ogłaza Tel.: 77 452 42 79

Mayor:

Ryszard Zembaczyński prezydent@um.opole.pl

Vice-Mayor(s): Arkadiusz Wiśniewski Arkadiusz.Wisniewski@um.opole.pl Krzysztof Kawałko Krzysztof.Kawalko@um.opole.pl Krzysztof Początek Krzysztof.Poczatek@um.opole.pl

Investor contacts:

Piastowska 14, 45-082 Tel.: 77 452 41 25 jszopinski@opole.uw.gov.pl www.opole.uw.gov.pl Ryszard Wilczyński Tel.: 77 452 47 06

Andr zej Buła marszalek@opolski.pl

Investor contacts:

General Data Population census: 130000 Town Hall: Rynek - Ratusz, 45-015

Arkadiusz Tkocz Tel.: 77 403 36 00 a.tkocz@ocrg.opolskie.pl Sławomir Janecki Tel.: 77 403 36 07 s.janecki@ocrg.opolskie.pl

Opole Tel.: 77 451 18 00 Tel.: urzad@um.opole.pl www.opole.pl

CEE Shared Services & Outsourcing Awards Gala 2015

5 February 2015 Hotel Intercontinetal Warsaw

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Podkarpackie

Podkarpackie General Data Area (sq. km): 17844 Top 5 cities in Voivodship: Rzeszów, Przemyśl, Stalowa Wola, Mielec, Tarnobrzeg Airports in the area: Internatiolnal Rzeszów-Jasionka Airport Special Economic Zones: EUROPARK MIELEC SEZ, Euro-Park Wisłosan Special Economic Zone, Krakowska Special Economic Zone

Tuszów Narodowy

Self-Government Sejmik's office: al. Łukasza Cieplińskiego 4 Tel.: 17 850 17 00 www.umwp.podkarpackie.pl

Marshall of Sejmik (Marszałek):

40 Władysław Ortyl marszalek@podkarpackie.pl

Niebylec

Vice-Marshalls of Sejmik (Wicemarszałkowie): Jan Burek Lucjan Kuźniar

Governmental Administration Urząd wojewódzki: Grunwaldzka 15, 35-959 Tel.: 17 867 10 00 kancelaria@rzeszow.uw.gov.pl www.rzeszow.uw.gov.pl

Voivod (Wojewoda): Małgorzata Chomycz-Śmigielska Tel.: 17 867 19 01 sekrwoj@rzeszow.uw.gov.pl

1st Vice-voivod (Wicewojewoda): Alicja Wosik Tel.: 17 867 19 02 sekrwice@rzeszow.uw.gov.pl

Voivod's Office Head: Jerzy Wilk Tel.: 17 867 19 04 bw@rzeszow.uw.gov.pl

Investor contacts: Małgorzata Zajchowska (p.o. Kierownika; English) Tel.: 17 852 43 76 mzajchowska@rarr.rzeszow.pl Małgorzata Patro-Zagaja (Konsultant; język angielski) Tel.: 17 852 43 76 mzagaja@rarr.rzeszow.pl Joanna Augustyn (Asystent; język angielski, hiszpański) Tel.: 17 852 43 76 jaugustyn@rarr.rzeszow.pl

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Rzeszów

Mayor:

General Data Population census: 220000 Town Hall: Rynek 1, 35 - 064

Tadeusz Ferenc Tel.: + 48 17 875 41 00 umrz@erzeszow.pl

Rzeszów Tel.: +48 17 875 40 00 Tel.: umrz@erzeszow.pl www.rzeszow.pl

Vice-Mayor(s): Marek Ustrobiński Tel.: + 48 17 875 41 25 umrz@erzeszow.pl


Podlaskie Stanisław Sienko Tel.: +48 17 875 41 04 umrz@erzeszow.pl Roman Hozer Tel.: +48 17 875 41 10 umrz@erzeszow.pl

Key Data Jasionka 942 rzeszowairport.pl Traffic:562000 Traffic change: 18 %

Key higher education institutions: Politechnika Rzeszowska im. Ignacego Łukasiewicza; Uniwersytet Rzeszowski; Wyższa Szkoła Informatyki i Zarządzania; Wyższa Szkoła Inżynieryjni-Ekonomiczna w Rzeszowie; Wyższa Szkoła Zarządzania w Rzeszowie; Wyższa Szkoła Prawa i Administracji w Rzeszowie; Wyższe Seminarium Duchowne w Rzeszowie; Instytut Teologiczno-Pastoralny w Rzeszowie; Nauczycielskie Kolegium Języków

Obcych w Rzeszowie; Szkoła Języków i Zarządzania Promar-International w Rzeszowie. Number of students: 60 tys.

Business Dynamics – New investors: Heli-One Polska; Akces-Med; McBride Polska; PPUH BRYK; Vac Aero; Dom Data; City Interactive; Efect Plus; Meta-Zel; Eko Hybres; PolMar’ Ledolux; Polkemic; Elmat.

Investor contacts: Jerzy Bieniek (main specialist; Russian, English) Tel.: +48 17 875 47 99 promocja@erzeszow.pl Waldemar Macheta (main specialist; Russian) Tel.: +48 17 875 47 65 promocja@erzeszow.pl Aneta Radaczyńska (Inspektor; angielski) Tel.: +48 17 875 47 59 promocja@erzeszow.pl

Podlaskie General Data Area (sq. km): 20187 Top 5 cities in Voivodship: Białystok, Suwałki, Łomża, Augustów, Bielsk Podlaski Airports in the area: Białystok (Krywlany) - recreational airport Special Economic Zones: Suwalki Special Economic Zone (157 ha), Tarnobrzeg Special Economic Zone (12 ha)

Governmental Administration Urząd wojewódzki: ul. Mickiewicza 3, 15-213 Białystok Tel.: 85 743 93 15 bok@bialystok.uw.gov.pl www.bialystok.uw.gov.pl

Voivod (Wojewoda):

General Data Population census: 294921 Town Hall: Słonimska 1, 15-950 Białystok Tel.: 85 869 60 00 Tel.: prezydent@um.bialystok.pl www.bialystok.pl

Mayor:

Maciej Żywno Tel.: 48 85 743 92 01 wojewoda@bialystok.uw.gov.pl

Key higher education institutions: Uniwersytet w Białymstoku; Politechnika Białostocka; Uniwersytet Medyczny w Białymstoku; Wyższa Szkoła Ekonomiczna w Białymstoku; Wyższa Szkoła Finansów i Zarządzania w Białymstoku Number of students: 40 156

1st Vice-voivod (Wicewojewoda): Self-Government Sejmik's office: Ul. Kardynała Stefana Wyszyńskiego 1 Tel.: 85 665 45 49 www.wrotapodlasia.pl

Marshall of Sejmik (Marszałek):

Voivod's Office Head: Press Office - Joanna Bożena Gaweł Tel.: 85 743 93 97 rzecznik@bialystok.uw.gov.pl

Investor contacts:

Sławomir Sosnkowski kancelaria@umwp-podlasie.pl

Vice-Marshalls of Sejmik (Wicemarszałkowie): Mieczysław Baszko Tel.: 48 85 74 85 107 kancelaria@umwp-podlasie.pl Walenty Korycki Tel.: 48 85 74 85 107 kancelaria@umwp-podlasie.pl

Business Dynamics – New investors:

Wojciech Dzierzgowski Tel.: 48 85 743 92 04 wicewojewoda@bialystok.uw.gov.pl

Borys Dąbrowski (German, English) Tel.: 85 749 74 95 borys.dabrowski@wrotapodlasia.pl Adam Borawski adam.borawski@wrotapodlasia.pl Grzegorz Bućko grzegorz.bucko@wrotapodlasia.pl

Białystok

dr hab. Tadeusz Truskolaski Tel.: 85 869 60 02 prezydent@um.bialystok.pl

Bison Chucks S.A.; ADV Por Property Investment; Galeria Jagiellońska; Przedsiębiorstwo Budowlane Konstanty Strus; Decathlon

Vice-Mayor(s): Adam Poliński Tel.: 85 869 60 05 sekretariat2@um.bialystok.pl Andrzej Meyer Tel.: 85 869 60 05 sekretariat2@um.bialystok.pl Renata Przygodzka Tel.: 85 869 60 08 sekretariat3@um.bialystok.pl Aleksander Sosna Tel.: 85 869 60 08 sekretariat3@um.bialystok.pl

Key Data Warszawa www.lotnisko-chopina.pl Traffic: 9 587 848 pasażerów Traffic change: 2,7% growth

Investor contacts: dr hab. Tadeusz Truskolaski (President of the City; English) Tel.: 85 869 60 02 prezydent@um.bialystok.pl Tomasz T. Buczek (Director, Dept of Strategy and Development; English, Russian) Tel.: 85 869 61 19 dsr@um.bialystok.pl Anna Orzechowska (Inspektor w Departamencie Startegii i Rozwoju Urzędu Miejskiego w Białymstoku; angielski, włoski) Tel.: 85 869 60 28 aorzechowska@um.bialystok.pl

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Pomorskie

Pomorskie Logistics:

The Pomorskie region, with the Tri-Cities of Gdansk, Gdynia, and Sopot as its hub, has a long tradition of focus on the petrochemical and shipbuilding industries. Nowadays, one of the factors determining the development of modern industrial and warehouse stock in the region is the proximity to the two deep-water sea ports in Gdansk and Gdynia which should become the main driving force in the future for the development of industrial space. The Pomorska Special Economic Zone, as well as improving connections with other Polish regions thanks to the A1 motorway, has encouraged many companies to open their businesses in this area. The leading industries in the region include: ship building, petroleum refining, chemicals, electronics, the paper industry and transportation. The largest investors in the region include: International Paper Kwidzyn, DCT (Deepwater Container Terminal) Gdansk, Lotos and Suruga Seiki.

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General Data Area (sq. km): 18310 Top 5 cities in Voivodship: 1. Gdańsk, Gdynia, Słupsk, Tczew, Wejherowo Airports in the area: Port Lotniczy w Gdańsku, im. Lecha Wałęsy.

Special Economic Zones:

Self-Government Political composition of Sejmik:

Marshall of Sejmik (Marszałek):

Hanna Zych - Cisoń Tel.: 58 32 68 508 h.zych-cison@pomorskie.eu

PO -57,6% PiS – 21,2% SLD – 9,1% PSL – 9,1% KWS – 3 %

Governmental Administration Urząd wojewódzki:

Sejmik's office: Okopowa 21/27, 80-810 Gdańsk Tel.: 58 32 68 555 www.pomorskie.eu/pl

Pomorska SEZ, Słupska SEZ; Technology Parks: Kwidzyński Park Przemysłowo-Technologicznego (KPPT), Słupski Inkubator Technologiczny (SIT), Bałtycki Park Przemysłowy, Inkubator Przedsiębiorczości Cierznie.

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Mieczysław Struk marszalek@pomorskie.eu

Vice-Marshalls of Sejmik (Wicemarszałkowie): Wiesław Byczkowski Tel.: 58 32 68 520 w.byczkowski@pomorskie.eu

Okopowa 21/27 ; Gdańsk, 80-810 Tel.: 58 30 77 695 zok@gdansk.uw.gov.pl www.gdansk.uw.gov.pl

Voivod (Wojewoda): Ryszard Stachurski Tel.: 58 301 40 57


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Pomorskie While the lead, cities of Gdansk and Gdynia continue to compete for the position of “top-dog”, the overall TriCity region continues to grow and attract major foreign investment. New investment is dominated by the BPO/ Shared Services sector, and manufacturing/IT (in the Pomerania region). Recent significant investors hail from Scandinavia, Germany, India and Japan. The region is witnessing a “mini-Renaissance” reminiscent of its glory days in the Hanseatic league.

1st Vice-voivod (Wicewojewoda):

Investor contacts:

Michał Owczarczak Tel.: 58 301 92 14 michal.owczarczak@gdansk.uw.gov.pl

Marcin Piątkowski Tel.: 58 323 32 56 marcin.piatkowski@investinpomerania.pl Marcin Faleńczyk Tel.: 58 323 31 22 marcin.falenczyk@investinpomerania.pl Anna Kamińska Tel.: 58 323 32 49 anna.kaminska@investinpomerania.pl

Voivod's Office Head: Ewelina Dajnowska – Burkiewicz Tel.: 58 307 75 52

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Competition amongst developers remained at a high level, with Tri-City: Office projects under construction over 78,000 sq m under construction across the Tri-City market, Office with the Oliwa and Wrzeszcz disCity Project (sqm) Completion tricts recording the highest level Gdynia Łużycka Plus 5,500 Q2 2014 of construction activity. Apart Gdynia Kielecka Office 1,500 Q3 2014 from this office hub, construction Gdańsk SKAT 2,300 Q3 2014 activity is spread across Gdańsk Gdynia ENTER 3,850 Q1 2015 and Gdynia. At the end of 2013, Sopot New Center of Sopot 2,200 Q1 2015 the total office stock in Tri-City Gdynia Vectra 5,500 Q1 2015 was 447,873 sq m, which makes Gdynia Gdynia Waterfont Office 11,500 Q2 2015 Tri-City the fourth largest office Gdańsk Tryton Business House 21,100 Q2 2015 market of Poland. Occupier activGdańsk Alchemia phase II 21,000 Q4 2015 ity in Q4 2013 remained high with Gdańsk Olivia Business Center 18,000 Q4 2015 take-up reaching ca. 21,000 sq m. Total 92,450 Occupier interest in the Tri-City is Source: JLL, data as of Q2 2014 however increasing, which is likely to translate into higher leasing volumes in 2014. Office vacancy increased slightly (+30bps) over the quarter to 12.5% and stand 170bps higher than a year ago. Due to the quite signifiwieslaw.bielawski@gdansk.gda.pl cant construction activity, vacancy is expected to continue to Maciej Lisicki increase until the end of 2014, at least. Prime rents remained Tel.: 58 323 63 18 stable over the quarter, with prime headline rents at €12.50maciej.lisicki@gdansk.gda.pl 13.50 sq m / month with the highest rents being recorded in Ewa Kamińska Gdynia. Prime yields remained stable at 7.50%. Tel.: 58 323 63 03

Gdańsk

Retail: The total stock in Tricity amounts to 691,000 m2 GLA, giving a retail space density ratio of 677 m2/1,000 inhabitants. This space is spread over 25 schemes, 79% of which are traditional shopping centres, 19% are retail parks and 2% are outlet centres. Despite the fact that most retail space in Tricity was delivered to the market after 2000, many projects do not meet tenant and client needs in terms of convenience and leisure. Nevertheless, improvements and changes in quality can be seen in the market. Dom Mody Klif built in 1996 was modernised and extended in 2009. Also in Tricity is Centrum Riviera located in Gdynia, which is a flagship example of the expansion, modernisation and re-positioning process. It was delivered to the market in Q4 2013. The retail stock in Tricity varies in terms of size and large projects constitute 22% of total retail space. Shopping centres which offer over 100 shops represent 34% of total space in this agglomeration (6 projects). The largest scheme is Park Handlowy Matarnia (over 81,000 m2 GLA) and in terms of the number of units Centrum Riviera (250) should be mentioned.

General Data Population census: 460517 Town Hall: Nowe Ogrody 8/12, 80803 Gdańsk Tel.: 58 323 60 00 Tel.: umg@gdansk.gda.pl www.gdansk.pl

Mayor:

Key Data ul.Słowackiego 200 www.airport.gdansk.pl Traffic:2905710 Traffic change: 18

Key higher education institutions: Uniwersytet Gdański, Politechnika Gdańska, Gdański Uniwersytet Medyczny, Akademia Muzyczna, Akademia Wychowania Fizycznego Number of students:90628 Paweł Adamowicz Tel.: 58 3236392 prezydent@gdansk.gda.pl

Vice-Mayor(s): Wiesław Bielawski Tel.: 58 323 63 96

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Pomorskie Business Dynamics – New investors:

Mayor:

Bemakor, Acxiom, Kainos, First Data Global Services Limited, Arla Foods, Centrum Finansowe Metsa Group,

Investor contacts: Alan Aleksandrowicz (Prezes GARG; English) Tel.: 58 722 03 00 ceo@investgda.pl Małgorzata Pietrzak (projekt manager; English) Tel.: 58 722 03 10 m.pietrzak@investgda.pl

Gdynia

Wojciech Szczurek Tel.: 58 668 80 11 sekr.a@gdynia.pl

Vice-Mayor(s): Michał Guć Tel.: 58 668 80 14 m.guc@gdynia.pl Ewa Łowkiel Tel.: 58 668 80 15 e.lowkiel@gdynia.pl Marek Stępa Tel.: 58 668 80 12 m.stepa@gdynia.pl Bogusław Stasiak Tel.: 58 668 80 13 b.stasiak@gdynia.pl

Wydział Oceanografii i Geografii, Uniwersytet Kardynała Stefana Wyszyńskiego (filia w Gdyni), Wyższa Szkoła Administracji i Biznesu, Wyższa Szkoła Komunikacji Społecznej, Wyższa Szkoła Międzynarodowych Stosunkó Gospodarczych i Politycznych Number of students: 16,5 tys.

Town Hall: Plac Zwycięstwa 3, 76200 Słupsk Tel.: 59 848 83 00 Tel.: urzad@um.slupsk.pl www.slupsk.pl

Mayor:

Business Dynamics – New investors: Salt Ship Design Poland; WNS Global Services; Misys; Turaz; SwedeCenter; HG Solutions

Tadeusz Kobyliński Tel.: 59 842 42 20 prezydent@um.slupsk.pl

Vice-Mayor(s): Investor contacts: Bogusław Stasiak (VP; English, Russian) Tel.: 58 668 80 13 b.stasiak@gdynia.pl

Andrzej Kaczmarczyk Tel.: 59 848 84 02 a.kaczmarczyk@um.slupsk.pl Edward Zdzieborski Tel.: 59 842 49 02

Key Data Key Data General Data Population census: 249,000 Town Hall: Piłsudskiego 52/54, 81382 Gdynia Tel.: 58 668 80 00 Tel.: umgdynia@gdynia.pl www.gdynia.pl

Gdańsk www.airport.gdansk.pl Traffic:2906000 Traffic change: 18 %

Słupsk

Investor contacts:

Key higher education institutions: Akademia Marynarki Wojennej, Akademia Morska w Gdyni, Pomorska Wyższa Szkoła Humanistyczna, Uniwesytet Gdański

Gdańsk www.airport.gdansk.pl

General Data Population census: 98000

Justyna Pluta Tel.: 59 848 84 66 j.pluta@um.slupsk.pl Dagna Mikołajczak – Maśnicka Tel.: 59 848 84 66 d.mikolajczak@um.slupsk.pl

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Śląskie

Śląskie Logistics:

Silesia strongly benefits from a strategic location within the Central European technology crescent, with the existing and planned road infrastructure (express road towards Warsaw, motorway Krakow – Wroclaw – the German border), considered to be the best road network nationwide. The area took a great advantage of the Katowicka Special Economic Zone which was ranked 11th in Global Free Zones of the Future 2012/2013, fDi Magazine’s global ranking of economic zones. Historically, the region of Silesia has been dominated by the mining and metallurgy industry. Today the region is a key automotive hub in the CEE region, with manufacturing plants for GM (Gliwice) and Fiat (Tychy). Other significant business drivers for the region are the energy, information technology, retail and other key industry manufacturing sectors. Amongst the automotive supply chain industry, major large investors here are from Germany, US, Korea, and Japan.

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General Data Area (sq. km): 12334 Top 5 cities in Voivodship: Katowice, Częstochowa, Sosnowiec, Gliwice, Zabrze Airports in the area: Katowice International Airport (Pyrzowice) Special Economic Zones: Katowice Special Economic Zone (1526 ha)

Self-Government Sejmik's office: ul. Ligonia 46 Tel.: 32 207 88 88 www.slaskie.pl

Marshall of Sejmik (Marszałek):

Tel.: 32 207 83 86 a.gajewska@slaskie.pl

Governmental Administration Urząd wojewódzki: Mirosław Sekuła marszal@slaskie.pl

ul. Jagiellońska 25, 40-032 Katowice Tel.: 32 207 77 77 www.katowice.uw.gov.pl

Vice-Marshalls of Sejmik (Wicemarszałkowie):

Voivod (Wojewoda):

Mariusz Kleszczewski Tel.: 32 207 82 87 m.kleszczewski@slaskie.pl Aleksandra Gajewska

1st Vice-voivod (Wicewojewoda):

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Voivod's Office Head: Marta Malik

Tel.: 32 207 72 61 malikm@katowice.uw.gov.pl

Investor contacts: Aleksandra Samira - Gajny Tel.: 32 774 00 67 asamira@slaskie.pl Marek Franczak Tel.: 32 774 00 68 mfranczak@slaskie.pl Anna Rogowska Tel.: 32 774 00 68 annarogowska@slaskie.pl


Śląskie Katowice is undergoing a huge city-centre redevelopment project, with its first tangible fruits the opening of its new Concert Hall, home of the National Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra in Katowice, with a total area of 25,000m2. It is currently one of the most cutting-edge and distinguished cultural sector investments in Poland. The city-centre redevelopment project is a complete overhaul of the system of roads and public squares and of the technical infrastructure in the area of Rondo-Rynek. The mid-September resignation of popular mayor Piotr Uszok – and immediate succession of his deputy Marcin Krupa – puts the city’s leadership under question going into the November mayoral elections.

Offices: 4th largest regional market Total modern office stock in Katowice stood at 324 781 sq. meters at the end of the Q2 2014, which makes Katowice the fourth largest regional office market in Poland. 25 585 sq. meters of office spaces were leased in Katowice in the first half of 2014. UPC’s renewal of 6 500 sq. meters in Green Park was the second largest lease transaction in regional cities in H1 2014. Also, Katowice enjoyed the second lowest vacancy rate (5,4%) after Kraków. The largest completion in Katowice was the first building of A4 Business Park (8 682 sq. meters) and Stern – the second building of GPP Business Park (7 500 sq. meters). “The noted low vacancy level in regional cities, in particular in Kraków and Katowice, is a positive sign for the schemes’ owners and developers. Tenants seeking large space in cities outside Warsaw will be able to choose from a relatively large number of new projects, currently in the pipeline or under construction” – says Richard

Katowice

General Data Population census: 299373 Town Hall: Młyńska 4, 40-098 Katowice Tel.: 32 259 39 09 Tel.: Urzad_Miasta@um.katowice.pl www.katowice.eu

Mayor:

Vice-Mayor(s): Krystyna Siejna Tel.: 32 259 32 34 Krystyna.Siejna@katowice.eu Marcin Krupa Tel.: 32 259 32 33 Marcin.Krupa@katowice.eu Michał Luty Tel.: 32 259 32 30 Michal.Luty@katowice.eu Krzysztof Marek Tel.: 32 259 32 35 Krzysztof.Marek@katowice.eu

Key Data Katowice Airport is 30 km from Katowice downtown. www.katowice-airport.com Traffic:2550848 Traffic change: sustained volume

Key higher education institutions: Piotr Uszok Tel.: 32 259 33 61 Prezydent@katowice.eu

University of Silesia, University of Economics, Silesian University of Technology, Medical University of Silesia, Academy of Music, Academy of Fine Arts, Academy of Physical Education Number of students:63099

Aboo, Partner, Head of Office department of Cushman & Wakefield.

Retail: Train station redevelopment redefines retail There are 41 shopping centres totalling 1.1 million m2 GLA (493 m2 GLA/1,000 inhabitants) in the Katowice conurbation. The relatively low retail space density ratio does not mean, however, that there is a shortage of supply. The Katowice conurbation is quite a fragmented market with two main centres (Katowice and Gliwice) where a large amount of retail space is concentrated. Among the existing retail schemes, traditional shopping centres dominate (89%), while retail parks and outlet centres represent 9% and 2% respectively. The retail market in the Katowice conurbation has been developing continuously since the 1990s when the M1 shopping centres in Czeladź and Bytom were opened. 2004 brought the first outlet centre to the region – Fashion House Sosnowiec – which has been extended several times. In 2005, the biggest retail centre in Upper Silesia was built in Katowice – Silesia City Center. A significant amount of supply was delivered to the market in 2013 when Galeria Katowicka (50,000 m2 GLA) and Europa Centralna (67,000 m2 GLA) were opened. The Katowice conurbation is dominated by large schemes (41%) as well as medium-sized ones (30%), while schemes which offer over 100 shops constitute 21% of the total stock. The vacancy rate in the Katowice conurbation is stable at 4%. Developers’ interest in the region is still high. Currently, further schemes are being built including Supersam in Katowice, Galeria Galena in Jaworzno and Marcredo Center in Piekary Śląskie. Gemini Park Tychy is one of the projects at an advanced level of planning. Rental rates for space in shopping centres in Upper Silesia vary, with the highest ones being noted in Katowice at EUR 47-49/m2/month.

Business Dynamics – New investors: IBM, Oracle, Skanska, Ericsson, Unilever, Tele-Fonika Kable, SKF Solution Factory, ING Usługi dla Biznesu, ING Services Polska, Barona, Echo Investment, TPA Howarth, Webanywhere

General Data Population census: 174503 Town Hall: pl. Ratuszowy 1, 43-300 Bielsko-Biała Tel.: 33 497 14 97 Tel.: informacja@um.bielsko.pl www.um.bielsko.pl

Mayor:

Investor contacts: Mateusz Skowroński (Mayor’s Plenipotentiary for Strategic Investors, Manager of Strategic Investors Assistance Centre; English, German) Tel.: 32 259 38 23 mateusz.skowronski@katowice.eu

Jacek Krywult Tel.: 33 497 14 45 prezydent@um.bielsko.pl

Vice-Mayor(s):

Bielsko-Biała

Waldemar Jędrusiński Tel.: 33 497 14 42 jedrusinski.sekretariat@um.bielsko.pl Lubomir Zawierucha Tel.: 33 497 16 98 zawierucha.sekretariat@um.bielsko.pl Zbigniew Michniowski Tel.: 33 497 14 38 michniowski.sekretariat@um.bielsko.pl

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Śląskie Key Data www.katowice-airport.com

Key higher education institutions: kademia Techniczno Humanistyczna w Bielsku-Białej; Wyższa Szkoła Finansów i Prawa w Bielsku-Białej; Wyższa Szkoła Administracji w Bielsku-Białej; Wyższa Szkoła Ekonomiczno-Humanistyczna w Bielsku-Białej; Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Katowicach - Bielski Ośrodek Naukowo - Dydaktyczny; Bielska Wyższa Szkoła im. J. Tyszkiewicza; Wyższa Szkoła Informatyki i Zarządzania w Bielsku-Białej; Instytut Teologiczny im. św. Jana Kantego w Bielsku-Białej

Key Data

Key higher education institutions: Polsko – Japońska Wyższa Szkoła Technik Komputerowych w Warszawie, Zamiejscowy Wydział Informatyki, Państwowa Wyższa Szkoła Teatralna im. Ludwika Solskiego w Krakowie, Zamiejscowy Wydział Teatru Tańca, Politechnika Śląska w Gliwicach, Zamiejscowy Ośrodek Dydaktyczny, Wydziału Transportu w Katowicach, Wydziału Organizacji i Zarządzania w Zabrzu, Wyższa Szkoła Ekonomii i Administracji w Bytomiu,

Investor contacts: Aleksandra Podsiadlik Tel.: 33 497 14 86 podsiadlik@bielsko-biala.pl

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Pyrzowice (25 km od Bytomia) www.katowice-airport.com Traffic:2550848 Traffic change: wzrost o 0,26 %

Andrzej Kotala Tel.: 32 241 27 66 prezydent@chorzow.eu Marcin Michalik Tel.: 32 241 67 70 zg@chorzow.eu Wiesław Ciężkoski Tel.: 32 241 07 17 zs@chorzow.eu Wiesław Raczyński Tel.: 32 241 35 50 zt@chorzow.eu

Key Data www.katopwice-airport.com

Investor contacts: Górnośląska Agencja Rozwoju Regionalnego S.A. Tel.: 32 728 58 00 a.hladki@garr.pl

Investor contacts: General Data Population census: 160139 Town Hall: ul. Parkowa 2, 41-902 Bytom Bytom Tel.: 32 281 20 51 Tel.: um@um.bytom.pl www.bytom.pl

Ilona Jaworska- Kapica (inspektor; English) Tel.: 32 283 62 26 ikapica@um.bytom.pl Magdalena Walter (podinspektor; English) Tel.: 32 283 62 26 mwalter@um.bytom.pl

Częstochowa

Vice-Mayor(s): Andrzej Panek Tel.: 32 283 6202 z@um.bytom.pl Henryk Bonk Tel.: 32 283 6246 a@um.bytom.pl Aneta Latacz Tel.: 32 283 6204 k@um.bytom.pl

General Data Population census: 235 000 Town Hall: Śląska 11/13, 42-217 Częstochowa Tel.: 34 370 71 00 Tel.: info@czestochowa.um.gov.pl www.czestochowa.pl ; www. biznes.czestochowa.pl ; www.e.czestochowa.pl

Damian Bartyla Tel.: 32 2836250 p@um.bytom.pl

General Data Population census: Town Hall: Rynek 1, 41-50 Chorzów

Key Data Katowice, Pyrzowice www.katowice-airport.com Traffic:2550848 Traffic change: 2 544 124- ruch pasażerski w 2011r.

Key higher education institutions: Politechnika Częstochowska, Akademia im. Jana Długosza, Akademia Polonijna, Wyższa Szkoła zarządzania, Wyższa Szkoła Hotelarstwa i Turystyki, Wyższa Szkoła Lingwistyczna, Nauczycielskie Kolegium Języków Obcych, Centralna Szkoła Państwowa Straży Pożarnej Number of students:25000

Business Dynamics – New investors: IKEA; Netto; Remondis; Gutti; Zarmen; MTK Morion

Investor contacts:

Mayor:

Chorzów

Jarosław Marszałek Tel.: 34 370 73 01 jmarszalek@czestochowa.um.gov.pl Mirosław Soborak Tel.: 34 370 73 01 msoborak@czestochowa.um.gov.pl Przemysław Koperski Tel.: 34 370 73 01 pkoperski@czestochowa.um.gov.pl

Vice-Mayor(s):

Business Dynamics – New investors: Digital Core Design; Niko Restposten - End of Part; Petralana S.A; Reich Grundstucks GMBH; Inmix M. Powolik; Jazot; KLS Księżopolski, Michaliszyn; PPHU And; PPUH A & J Sp. c. J. Lis, A. Browarski; Armada Development S.A.

Vice-Mayor(s):

Mayor:

Jarosław Ferenc (Naczelnik Wydziału Rozwoju Miasta; angielskim) Tel.: 34 370 72 15 jferenc@czestochowa.um.gov.pl Barbara Ruksza (Kierownik Centrum Obsługi Iwestora; angielskim) Tel.: 34 370 72 12 bruksza@czestochowa.um.gov.pl

Dąbrowa Górnicza

Tel.: 32 416 50 00 Tel.: urzad@chorzow.eu www.chorzow.eu

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Krzysztof Matyjaszczyk Tel.: 34 370 73 22 sekretariatp1@czestochowa.um.gov.pl

General Data Population census: 124148 Town Hall: Graniczna 21, 41-300 Dąbrowa Górnicza


Śląskie Tel.: 322 95 67 00 Tel.: um@idabrowa.pl www.idabrowa.pl

Tel.: 32 295 96 86 kkarlik@idabrowa.pl

Energo-Metal System Polska; General Motors Manufacturing Poland

Jaworzno

Mayor:

Gliwice

Zbigniew Podraza Tel.: 32 295 67 14 prezydent@idabrowa.pl

Vice-Mayor(s): Henryk Zaguła Tel.: 032 295 69 70 hzagula@idabrowa.pl Iwona Krupa Tel.: 32 295 67 17 ikrupa@idabrowa.pl Paweł Gocyła Tel.: 32 295 69 42 pgocyla@idabrowa.pl

General Data Population census: 195472 Town Hall: Zwycięstwa 21, 44-100

Key higher education institutions: Politechnika Śląska w Gliwicach – Zamiejscowy Ośrodek Dydaktyczny /kierunek technologia chemiczna, Akademia GórniczoHutnicza Zamiejscowy Ośrodek Dydaktyczny / kierunki mechanika i budowa maszyn oraz automatyka i robotyka, Wyższa Szkoła Biznesu w Dąbrowie Górniczej, Wyższa Szkoła Planowania Strategicznego Number of students:8765

Business Dynamics – New investors: Reinvestment Brembo Poland; Reinvestment Saint Gobain Securit Hanglass Polska; PAGO; Wipro Poland; International Wire Polska.

Investor contacts: Ewa Fudali-Bondel (Manager of office, Development; English, French) Tel.: 32 295 96 97 efudali@idabrowa.pl Karolina Karlik (Podinspektor; English, Italian)

Katarzyna Kobierska (Director of the City Development Bureau; English) Tel.: 32 239 11 00 brm@um.gliwice.pl

Jastrzębie-Zdrój

Mayor:

Jaworzno Tel.: 32 618 15 00 Tel.: jaworzno@um.jaworzno.pl www.jaworzno.pl

General Data Population census: 89200 Town Hall: Al. Józefa Piłsudskiego 60, 44-335 Jastrzębie-Zdrój Tel.: 32 478 51 00 Tel.: miasto@um.jastrzebie.pl www.jastrzebie.pl

Mayor:

Paweł Silbert Tel.: 32 618 15 40 prezydent@um.jaworzno.pl

Vice-Mayor(s):

Zygmunt Frankiewicz Tel.: 32 230 69 51 pm@um.gliwice.pl

Dariusz Starzycki Tel.: 32 618 15 50 jaworzno@um.jaworzno.pl Tadeusz Kaczmarek Tel.: 32 618 15 50 jaworzno@um.jaworzno.pl

Vice-Mayor(s): Piotr Wieczorek Tel.: 32 231 78 22 zp1@um.gliwice.pl Adam Neumann Tel.: 32 231 46 30 zp2@um.gliwice.pl Krystian Tomala Tel.: 32 231 44 46 zp3@um.gliwice.pl

General Data Population census: 62660 Town Hall: Grunwaldzka 33, 43-600

Mayor:

Gliwice Tel.: 32 231 30 42 Tel.: boi@um.gliwice.pl www.gliwice.eu

Key Data Międzynarodowy Port Lotniczy Katowice w Pyrzowicach ul. Wolności 90 42-625 Ożarowice katowice-airport.com Traffic:2550848 Traffic change: +0,5 %

Investor contacts:

Marian Janecki Tel.: 32 478 52 20 prezydent@um.jastrzebie.pl

Vice-Mayor(s):

Mysłowice

Krzysztof Baradziej Tel.: 32 478 53 10 wp1@um.jastrzebie.pl

Key Data ul. Wolności 90, 42-625 Ożarowice www.katowice-airport.com

Key higher education institutions: Silesian University of Technology - 28.658 students Gliwice School of Enterpreneurship 5.296 students Number of students:33.954

Investor contacts: Michał Domagała Tel.: 32 478 52 24 gospodarka@um.jastrzebie.pl Joanna Gorzelak Tel.: 32 478 51 09

General Data Population census: 73000 Town Hall: Powstańców 1, 41-400 Mysłowice Tel.: 32 317 11 00 Tel.: um@myslowice.pl www.myslowice.pl

Mayor: Business Dynamics – New investors: Helical Poland; Future Processing; NGK Ceramics Polska; Metal Service Center; nmc Polska; TRW Braking Systems Polska; Metsa Tissue Krapkowice; Schattdecor Marco Sp. z o.o.; Saint - Gobain Construction Products Polska;

Edward Lasok Tel.: 32 317 12 02 prezydent@myslowice.pl

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Śląskie Vice-Mayor(s): Grzegorz Brzoska Tel.: 32 317 11 01 wiceprezydent@myslowice.pl Jan Wajant Tel.: 32 317 11 01 wiceprezydent@myslowice.pl

Ruda Śląska

Rybnik

Sosnowiec

General Data Population census: 139000 Town Hall: Bolesława Chrobrego 2,

Mayor:

General Data Population census: 215513 Town Hall: Zwycięstwa 20, 41-200 Sosnowiec Tel.: 32 296 06 00 Tel.: um@um.sosnowiec.pl www.sosnowiec.pl

50 Grażyna Dziedzic Tel.: 32 248 71 88 prezydent@ruda-sl.pl

Vice-Mayor(s): Michał Pierończyk Tel.: 322-486-145 michal-pieronczyk@ruda-sl.pl Jacek Morek Tel.: 322-486-436, jacek-morek@ruda-sl.pl Anna Krzysteczko Tel.: 322-486-349 akrzysteczko@ruda-sl.pl

Tychy

Adan Fudali Tel.: 32 439 21 07 rybnik@um.rybnik.pl

Kazimierz Górski Tel.: 32 296 05 42 prezydent@um.sosnowiec.pl

Vice-Mayor(s):

Vice-Mayor(s):

Ewa Ryszka Tel.: 32 439 21 02 rybnik@um.rybnik.pl Michał Śmigielski Tel.: 32 439 21 04 rybnik@um.rybnik.pl Joanna Kryszczyszyn Tel.: 32 439 21 04 rybnik@um.rybnik.pl

Andrzej Madej Tel.: 32 296 06 90 wiceprez.a.m@um.sosnowiec.pl Ryszard Łukawski Tel.: 32 296 05 40 wiceprez.r.l@um.sosnowiec.pl Agnieszka Czechowska-Kopeć Tel.: 32 296 05 45 wiceprez.a.c@um.sosnowiec.pl Zbigniew Szaleniec Tel.: 32 296 23 61 wiceprez.z.s@um.sosnowiec.pl

Key Data Katowice-Pyrzowice www.katowice-airport.com Traffic:2550848

Key higher education institutions: Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Katowicach, Politechnika Śląska

Key Data ul. Wolności 90, 42-625 Ożarowice www.katowice-airport.com Traffic:2550848 Traffic change: +0,26%

Key higher education institutions: Uniwersytet Śląski

Investor contacts: Krzysztof Żok (advisor in investor services; English) Tel.: 607899955 promocja@rudaslaska.pl

Tomasz Szymonowicz (Kierownik Referatu Polityki Miejskiej; Angielski) Tel.: 32 296 06 38 t.szymonowicz@um.sosnowiec.pl Anna Mastalerz (Inspektor; Angielski) Tel.: 32 296 06 80 a.mastalerz@um.sosnowiec.pl Piotr Pluta (Podinspektor; Angielski) Tel.: 32 296 06 80 p.pluta@um.sosnowiec.pl

Mayor:

General Data Population census: 140000 Town Hall: Plac Jana Pawła II 6, 41-

Mayor:

Goodman Poland

Investor contacts:

44-200 Rybnik Tel.: 32 439 20 00 Tel.: rybnik@um.rybnik.pl www.rybnik.eu

709 Ruda Śląska Tel.: 32 244 90 00 do 010 Tel.: urzad@rudaslaska.pl www.rudaslaska.pl

Business Dynamics – New investors:

Business Dynamics – New investors: Castorama

Investor contacts: Iwona Kowalska-Nawrocka (Inspektor; francuski, włoski) Tel.: 32 439 22 12 investors@um.rybnik.pl

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- Wydział Nauk o Ziemi, Wydział Filologiczny, Wydział Informatyki i Nauki o Materiałach; Śląski Uniwersytet Medyczny - Wydział Farmaceutyczny z Oddziałem Medycyny Laboratoryjnej; Wyższa Szkoła Medyczna; Wyższa Szkoła Inżynierii Bezpieczeństwa i Ekologii; Wyższa Szkoła “Humanitas”; Nauczycielskie Kolegium Języków Biznesu.” Number of students:15000

General Data Population census: 129322 Town Hall: al. Niepodległości 49, 43-100 Tychy Tel.: 32 776 33 33 Tel.: poczta@umtychy.pl www.umtychy.pl

Mayor:

Andrzej Dziuba Tel.: 32 776 32 08 prezydent@umtychy.pl

Vice-Mayor(s): Daria Szczepańska Tel.: 32 776 32 08 zps@umtychy.pl Alicja Kulka Tel.: 32 776 32 02 zpg@umtychy.pl Mieczysław Podmokły Tel.: 32 776 32 02 mieczyslaw.podmokly@umtychy.pl

Investor contacts: Iwona Ciepał Tel.: 32 776 39 17 iwona.ciepal@umtychy.pl


Świętokrzyskie

Zabrze

General Data Population census: 180332 Town Hall: Powstańców Śląskich 5-7, 41-800 Zabrze Tel.: 32 373 33 00

Tel.: umz@um.zabrze.pl www.um.zabrze.pl

Mayor:

Vice-Mayor(s):

Investor contacts:

Krzysztof Lewandowski Tel.: 32 373 34 16 Miasta – Jan Pawluch Tel.: 32 373 33 56 Katarzyna Dzióba Tel.: 32 373 33 56

Rafał Kobos Tel.: 32 373 33 08 rkobos@gis.um.zabrze.pl

Key Data Małgorzata Mańka–Szulik Tel.: 32 373 34 16 prezydent@um.zabrze.pl

ul. Wolności 90, 42-625 Ożarowice www.katowice-airport.com

Świętokrzyskie General Data Area (sq. km): 11710 Top 5 cities in Voivodship: Kielce, Ostrowiec Świętokrzyski, Strachowice, Skarżysko Kamienna, Sandomierz, Końskie Airports in the area: Charter flights from Masłow

Special Economic Zones: Starachowice Special Economic Zone (467 ha), Tarnobrzeg Special Economic Zone EURO-PARK WISŁOSAN (104 ha), Kielecki Park Technologiczny

Self-Government Sejmik's office: Al.IX Wieków Kielc 3 Tel.: 48 41 342 15 30 www.sejmik.kielce.pl

Marshall of Sejmik (Marszałek):

Adam Jarubas

Vice-Marshalls of Sejmik (Wicemarszałkowie): Grzegorz Świercz Tel.: 48 41 342 14 45, 344 60 39

Governmental Administration Urząd wojewódzki:

Kielce

Voivod (Wojewoda):

1st Vice-voivod (Wicewojewoda): Grzegorz Dziubek Tel.: 41 342 16 55 grzegorz.dziubek@kielce.uw.gov.pl

General Data Population census: 200938 Town Hall: Rynek 1, 25-303 Kielce Tel.: 41 367 60 01 Tel.: coi@um.kielce.pl www.um.kielce.pl

Mayor:

Voivod's Office Head: Tel.: 41 342 12 32, 41 342 18 03 gwoj00@kielce.uw.gov.pl

nowskiego w Kielcach, Politechnika Świętokrzyska w Kiecach, Wyższa Szkoła Ekonomii, Prawa i Nauk Medycznych im. prof. E.Lipińskiego w Kielcach, Staropolska Szkoła Wyższa w Kielcach, Wyższa Szkoła Handlowa im. B.Markowskiego w Kielcach, Wyższa Szkoła Umiejętności im. S. Staszica w Kielcach, Wszechnica Świętokrzyska w Kielcach, Wyższa Szkoła Technik Komputerowych i Telekomunikacji w Kielcach. Number of students:37515

Business Dynamics – New investors:

Investor contacts: Mariola Pietryka (Podinspektor; English) Tel.: 41 365 81 81 mariola.pietryka@sejmik.kielce.pl Piotr Żołądek (Zastępca kierownika; English, Russian) Tel.: 41 365 81 90 piotr.zoladek@sejmik.kielce.pl Łukasz Masternak Tel.: 41 365 81 81 lukasz.masternak@sejmik.kielce.pl

Masłów k/Kielc http://www.lotniskokielce.pl/

Key higher education institutions: Uniwersytet Jana Kocha-

Al. IX Wieków Kielc 3, 25-516 Kielce Tel.: 48 41 342 18 00 bok09@kielce.uw.gov.pl www.kielce.uw.gov.pl Bożentyna Pałka-Koruba Tel.: 41 344 29 56, 41 342 11 15 wojewoda@kielce.uw.gov.pl

Key Data

Wojciech Lubawski Tel.: 41 367 61 05 prezydent@um.kielce.pl

UCMS Group Poland; Nebiolo Polska

Vice-Mayor(s):

Investor contacts:

Andrzej Sygut Tel.: 41 367 65 51 Tadeusz Sayor Tel.: 41 367 61 21 Czesław Gruszewski Tel.: 41 367 61 08

Dorota Lasocka (Englsh, French, Italian) Tel.: 41 367 63 56 dorota.lasocka@um.kielce.pl Karolina Kamińska -Maślarz (English, Ukrainian, Russian) Tel.: 41 367 65 71 karolina.kaminska@um.kielce.pl

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Warmińsko-Mazurskie

Warmińsko-Mazurskie General Data Area (sq. km): 24173 Top 5 cities in Voivodship: Olsztyn, Elbląg, Ełk, Iława, Ostróda

Airports in the area: Special Economic Zones: Suwalska Specjalna Strefa Ekonomiczna Podstrefy Ełk i Gołdap; Warmińsko-Mazurska Specjalna Strefa Ekonomiczna; Elbląski Park Technologiczny; Olsztyński Park NaukowoTechnologiczny; Park NaukowoTechnologiczny w Ełku

Investor contacts: Aleksandra Gajewska (Zespół WMCOI; English) Tel.: 89 535 67 80 a.gajewska@wmarr.olsztyn.pl Anna Kachel Tel.: 89 521 12 80 a.kachel@wmarr.olsztyn.pl Paulina Puza Tel.: 89 521 12 80 p.puza@wmarr.olsztyn.pl

Key Data ul. Słowackiego 200, 80-298 Gdańsk www.airport.gdansk.pl

Key higher education institutions: Uniwersytet Warmińsko-Mazurski, Olsztyńska Szkoła Wyższa im. J. Rusieckiego, Wyższa szkoła Pedagogiczna TWP, Wyższa Szkoła Informatyki i Ekonomii TWP, Olsztyńska Szkoła Wyższa Informatyki i Zarządzania im. prof. t. Kotarbińskiego, Nauczycielskie Kolegium Języków Obcych Number of students:37850

Vice-Mayor(s): Marek Pruszak Tel.: 55 239 33 33 bpm@umelblag.pl Janusz Hajdukowski Tel.: 55 239 32 61 sekretariat@umelblag.pl

Key Data Słowackiego 200, 80-298 Gdańsk www.airport.gdansk.pl Traffic:2906000 Traffic change: 18%

Key higher education institutions: Państwowa Wyższa Self-Government Sejmik's office: ul. Emilii Plater 1 Tel.: 89 521 90 00 www.warmia.mazury.pl

Olsztyn

Investor contacts:

Marshall of Sejmik (Marszałek):

52 General Data Population census: 175420 Town Hall: Plac Jana Pawła II 1, 10Jacek Protas jacek.protas@warmia.mazury.pl

Vice-Marshalls of Sejmik (Wicemarszałkowie):

Business Dynamics

101 Olsztyn Tel.: 89 527 31 11 Tel.: bok@olsztyn.eu www.olsztyn.eu

Barbara Tuńska Tel.: 89 521 91 95 b.tunska@warmia.mazury.pl Aleksandra Summers Tel.: 89 521 91 90 a.summers@warmia.mazury.pl

Elbląg

Gustaw Marek Brzezin Jarosław Marek Słoma

Al. Marsz. J. Piłsudskiego 7/9, 10-575 Olsztyn Tel.: 89 523 22 00 info@uw.olsztyn.pl www.uw.olsztyn.pl

Voivod (Wojewoda): Marian Podziewski Tel.: 89 527 47 31 wojewoda@uw.olsztyn.pl

1st Vice-voivod (Wicewojewoda): Jan Maścianica

Voivod's Office Head: Maria Bąkowska Tel.: 89 523 24 10 maria.bakowska@uw.olsztyn.pl

General Data Population census: 123977 Town Hall: Łączności 1, 82-300 Piotr Grzymowicz Tel.: 89 527 46 23 prezydentmiasta@olsztyn.eu

Vice-Mayor(s): Bogusław Szwedowicz Tel.: 89 535 15 88 szwedowicz.boguslaw@olsztyn.eu Halina Zaborowska-Boruch Tel.: 89 527 35 23 boruch.halina@olsztyn.eu Małgorzata BogdanowiczBartnikowska Tel.: 89 535 32 10, wew. 74 bogdanowicz.malgorzata@olsztyn.eu

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Business Dynamics – New investors: Jet System; Z.W.P.H.U. DAN-STAL Daniel Tomaszewski, Acoustics

Investor contacts:

Mayor:

Governmental Administration Urząd wojewódzki:

Szkoła Zawodowa, Elbląska Uczelnia Humanistyczno-Ekonomiczna, Szkoła Wyższa im. Bogdana Jańskiego Wydział Zamiejscowy w Elblągu, Nauczycielskie Kolegium Języków Obcych Regent Number of students:6075

Elbląg Tel.: 55 239 33 33 Tel.: umelblag@umelblag.pl www.elblag.eu

Mayor:

Jerzy Wilk Tel.: 55 239 33 33 prezydent@umelblag.pl

Ania Pawlak (Director, Investor Services; English) Tel.: 55 239 32 91 anita.pawlak@umelblag.pl Katarzyna Smulska (office of investor services; English) Tel.: 55 239 32 90 katarzyna.smulska@umelblag.pl Emil Słodownik (podinspektor ds.rozwoju przedsiębiorczości i obsługi inwestorów; język angielski) Tel.: 55 239 33 27 emil.slodownik@umelblag.pl


Wielkopolskie

Wielkopolskie Logistics:

The region has several special economic subzones and investment parks that play a significant role in attracting investors. It features a convenient location with a welldeveloped road infrastructure (the only city with a motorway connection with Warsaw and Berlin). Poznan is a recognizable point on the map of Europe due to the International Fairs held there every year. The leading industries are: automotive, white goods, hightech, machinery and equipment production, food processing and services. The region has attracted such companies as Volkswagen, Bridgestone, Wrigley, Beiersdorf, Unilever and Amica. New investors such as Amazon have put Poznan on the global map for logistics and distribution firms.

Łubowo

Wodzierady Kleszczewo

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General Data Area (sq. km): 29826 Top 5 cities in Voivodship: Poznań,

LUVENA, Poznański Park Naukowo-Technologiczny Fundacji UAM,Śremski Park Inwestycyjny

Marshall of Sejmik (Marszałek):

Mateusz Klemenski Tel.: 61 626 66 25 mateusz.klemenski@umww.pl Krzysztof Grabowski Tel.: 61 626 66 30 krzysztof.grabowski@umww.pl

Marek Woźniak marszalek@umww.pl

Governmental Administration Urząd wojewódzki:

Konin, Kalisz, Piła, Leszno

Airports in the area: Port Lotniczy Poznań Ławica im. Henryka Wieniawskiego

Special Economic Zones: SubZones: Kamiennogórska SSE, Kostrzyńsko-Słubicka SSE, Łódzka SSE, Pomorska SSE, Wałbrzyska SSE.Parki technologiczne: Eureka Technology Park, Kaliski Inkubator Przedsiębiorczości, Nickel Technology Park, Park Przemysłowy

Self-Government Sejmik's office: Al. Niepodległości 18 Tel.: 61 626 66 66 www.umww.pl

Vice-Marshalls of Sejmik (Wicemarszałkowie): Wojciech Jankowiak Tel.: 61 626 66 10 wojciech.jankowiak@umww.pl

al. Niepodległości 16/18, Poznań Tel.: 61 854 10 00 wuw@poznan.uw.gov.pl www.poznan.uw.gov.pl

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»Section Name Goes Here« Nearly equidistant between Berlin and Warsaw, Poznan is perceived as a traditional centre of Polish trade and business as well as being the chosen location of many foreign investors. While the Poznan fairgrounds drive significant, albeit inconsistent, business to the city, the city authorities continue to attract large Shared Service centres, especially German, Scandinavian and American, and the city is quickly developing a specialty in financial Shared Services, like hedge fund and investment fund accounting, led by global giant Franklin Templeton.

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Voivod (Wojewoda):

Investor contacts:

Piotr Florek Tel.: 61 854 18 56, 61 851 55 66 wojewoda@poznan.uw.gov.pl

Łukasz Filipiak, 61-854-1973 Tel.: 61 854 19 73 l.filipiak@sgipw.wlkp.pl Tomasz Telesiński Tel.: 61 854 19 73 t.telesinski@sgipw.wlkp.pl Anna Łohunko Tel.: 61 854 19 73 a.lohunko@sgipw.wlkp.pl

1st Vice-voivod (Wicewojewoda): Przemysław Pacia Tel.: 61 854 18 70, 61 852 01 56 pacia@poznan.uw.gov.pl

Voivod's Office Head: Andrzej Plesiński Tel.: 61 854 12 21 aplesinski@poznan.uw.gov.pl

At the end of 2013, the office stock in Poznań stood at Selected office investments under construction 265,800 m2. The main office locations include the city and planned: centre with 48% of existing supply, the western part of the city (Bułgarska/Grunwaldzka Streets) and the Office space east. In 2013, five office building totalling 23,000 m2 Project (satus) (sqm.) Owner were completed. The majority of new supply, including Business Garden I (uc*) 41,000 Bułgarska such projects as Malta House (14,700 sm), Piątkowska Centrum Biurowe Podwale(uc) 9,600 Małachowskiego Office (2,000 sm) and Roch Office (1,800 sm), was deUbiq Business Park(uc) 5,800 Grunwaldzka livered in non-central locations. The city centre saw the Półwiejska 2(uc) 2,700 Półwiejska completion of two buildings: Galeria MM – a mixed-use Bałtyk Tower (p**) 12,500 Rondo scheme offering 2,400 sm of office space for lease and Kaponiera Temida offices (2,500 sm). Currently, there are 70,000 Business Garden II (p) 39,000 Bułgarska sm of office space under construction in Poznań. The * uc = under costruction; ** = planned biggest ongoing investment is the first phase of the (Source: Colliers International) Business Garden (Vastint developer) office complex (over 40,000 sm of leasable area). Other office buildings under construction include Centrum Biurowe Podwale (9,600 sm), Ubiq Business Park (5,800 sm), Noble Tower Jerzy Stępień Technology Centre (4,000 sm), the second phase of Nowa Tel.: 61 878 53 17 Sienna (3,100 sm) and Półwiejska 2 (2,700 sm). jerzy_stepien@um.poznan.pl In 2013, leasing activity in Poznań exceeded 36,000 sm Dariusz Jaworski which represented nearly 40% growth. New deals constiTel.: 61 878 53 28 tuted the predominant share in registered demand (74%). dariusz_jaworski@um.poznan.pl Pre-let agreements accounted for 16.2% of total transaction volumes, which was a 8.6 percentage point increase in comparison to the same period in 2012. The average deal General Data Key Data size stood at 767 sm. The largest lease transactions concludul. Bukowska 285 Population census: 550000 ed in 2013 include Franklin Templeton (pre-let, 3,100 sm, http://www.airport-poznan.com. Town Hall: Plac Kolegiacki 17, 61-841 Malta House), Skanska (new deal, 2,600sm, Malta House), pl/pl/ Poznań Newell Rubbermaid (new deal, 1,925 sm, Andersia Business Traffic:1595221 Tel.: 61 878 52 00 Centre) and Arvato Polska (renegotiation/renewal, 1,900 Traffic change: 9% Tel.: prezydent@um.poznan.pl sm, Centrum Biurowe Globis). At the end of December 2013, Key higher education institutions: www.poznan.pl the vacancy rate stood at 15%, which translated into 39,000 Mayor: - Uniwersytet Adama Mickiewicza; m2 of space. Nearly 40% of vacant space was located in office - Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny; schemes delivered to the market in 2012-2013. - Politechnika Poznańska; At the end of the year, the average rents for prime of- Uniwersytet Medyczny; fice space varied in the range EUR 12.5-15.5/sm per month, - Uniwersytet Przyrodniczy; whereas B-class buildings offered rates from EUR 9.5 to EUR - Uniwersytet Artystyczny; 11.5/sm. Due to the relatively high vacancy rate, tenants - Wyższa Szkoła Bankowa profited from more favourable leasing conditions (longer Number of students:130000 rent-free period, higher fit-out budget), which was mirrored Ryszard Grobelny in lower effective rents. The average service charge cost Tel.: 61 878 53 06 stood at PLN 17.5/sm per month. prezydent@um.poznan.pl Business Dynamics – New

Poznań

Retail: Record new supply of shopping centres The retail space density ratio in Poznań stands at 757 sm per 1,000 inhabitants, which makes this region one of the leaders among major Polish retail markets. A higher density

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Vice-Mayor(s): Tomasz Kayser Tel.: 61 878 53 16 tomasz_kayser@um.poznan.pl Mirosław Kruszyński Tel.: 61 878 53 20 miroslaw_kruszynski@um.poznan.pl

investors: - EXIDE Technologies SSC;- Carl Zeiss;- Detica BAE Systems;- Savvis;- Rule Financial;- DFDS;- Propex Services Group;- Newell


»Section Name Goes Here« Investor contacts: Office of Investor Services Tel.: 61 878 5428 inwestor@um.poznan.pl

Kalisz

Tel.: 67 765 43 01 prezydent@um.kalisz.pl

Vice-Mayor(s): Dariusz Grodziński Tel.: 62 504 97 76 dgrodzinski@um.kalisz.pl Jacek Konopka Tel.: 62 765 44 01 jkonopka@um.kalisz.pl

Key Data

General Data Population census: 104867 Town Hall: Główny Rynek 20, 62-800 Kalisz Tel.: 62 765 43 00 Tel.: umkalisz@um.kalisz.pl www.kalisz.pl

54-530 Wrocław, ul. Graniczna 190/ ul. Gen. S. Maczka 35, 94-328 Łódź/ ul. Bukowska 285, 60-189 Poznań http://airport.wroclaw.pl/ / http://lotnisko.lodz.pl/pl / http:// www.airport-poznan.com.pl/pl/ Traffic: 1 996 552 / 462 931 / 1 595 221 Traffic change: 20% / 19% / 9% Number of students:7137

Mayor: Business Dynamics – New investors: Meyer Tool Polan., Bundy Refrigeration; Raben Polska; Protea Development

level was observed only in Wrocław (759 sm per 1,000 inhabitants). The average level of the ratio for the eight major agglomerations is 579 sm per 1,000 inhabitants. The retail market in Poznań started to develop in the 1990s along with the opening of the first modern retail schemes (Panorama, Park Handlowy Franowo retail park, M1). The largest increases in supply were noted in the years 2000, 2005 and 2009, when centres such as two Tesco projects (2000), King Cross Marcelin and Poznań Plaza (2005), as well as Galeria Malta (2009) were opened. The most popular shopping centre – Stary Browar (47,500 sm) – was completed in 2003. Unlike 2012, when the total stock of modern retail space remained unchanged, 2013 was a record year in terms of new supply – 96,200 sm were delivered to the Poznań market. The most significant was the opening of Poznań City Center (a complex combined with the railway station), which offers 58,000 sm of GLA. Newly delivered schemes also include Galeria MM (11,000 sm) and Galeria Mallwowa (11,000 sm). Extensions of existing shopping centres constituted 17% of retail space completed in 2013. Those were: the extension of Auchan Komorniki by a Decathlon store (2,000 sm) and the extension of Park Handlowy Franowo by a new shopping arcade (11,300 sm) and the DIY store Jula (2,900 sm). Park Handlowy Franowo currently offers 75,700 sm of GLA, which makes it the largest retail scheme in the Poznań agglomeration. The retail market in Poznań is dominated by traditional shopping centres, which constituted 85% of the total stock (16 schemes) at the end of 2013. Among other

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Modern office building in Poznań, 10,500 sqm, Completion December 2014

Leasing: 602 238 680

www.centrumpodwale.pl

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retail formats, Park Handlowy Franowo retail park and one outlet centre – Factory Poznań – can be mentioned. The most developed offers can be found in Stary Browar (more than 200 stores), Poznań City Center (ca. 180 stores) and Galeria Malta (ca. 160 stores). The retail offer of the Poznań agglomeration is complemented by smaller retail schemes (less than 5,000 m2). Currently, two projects totaling 16,400 sm of retail space are under construction (Galeria Dębiec and Galeria A2). Galeria Dębiec (9,800 m2 of GLA), being developed by RED, will include ca. 50 stores, boutiques and service points. Galeria A2 will be located in the vicinity of the Auchan Komorniki shopping centre and will have an area of around 6,600 m2 and 27 stores. The opening of both projects is planned for 2014. Among other planned retail schemes in Poznań, the largest is Łacina (95,000 m2 of GLA, over 300 stores). Its developer, Apsys, has already received a building permit and plans to begin construction work in H1 2014, and completion in 2015. Neinver, the owner of Galeria Malta, is planning an extension by a further 11,000 m2. Also, the extension of the M1 shopping centre is planned. It is worth mentioning Półwiejska 2, which will be a mixeduse project located on Półwiejska and Krysiewicza Streets. It will offer about 9,300 m2of GLA, 6,600 m2 of which will be retail space partly available directly from Półwiejska Street. Construction works are planned to be completed in the beginning of 2015. The vacancy rate in all modern shopping centres in Poznań was ca. 4.8%. The growth of this ratio compared to the corresponding period last year (2.5%) was mainly caused by the fact that parts of newly delivered projects were not fully leased at the opening date. However, it is noteworthy that the vacancy rate will decrease along with the further commercialisation process of those schemes. The most popular shopping centres in Poznań among tenants remain Stary Browar and M1, which are currently fully leased. In the case of high streets in Poznań, at the end of 2013, 9% of units remained vacant. Prime rental rates for retail space located in the best shopping centres in Poznań are around EUR 40-55/ m2/month. Lower rents can be found in retail parks, where the average rent for a unit of 500-1,000 m2is EUR 8-10/m2/ month.

Monika Otrębska - Juszczak (Office of Investor Services; English) Tel.: 62 765 44 67 boips@um.kalisz.pl

Investor contacts: Office of Investor Services Tel.: 61 878 5428 inwestor@um.poznan.pl

Tel.: 63 240 12 01 um_konin@konet.pl

Vice-Mayor(s): Sławomir Lorek Tel.: 63 240 12 02 um_konin@konet.pl Marek Waszkowiak Tel.: 63 240 12 04 um_konin@konet.pl

Key Data Poznań www.airport-poznan.com.pl

Key higher education institutions: Państwowa Wyższa

Konin

Szkoła Zawodowa w Koninie Wyższa Szkoła Humanistyczno Ekonomiczna w Koninie

Business Dynamics – New investors: General Data Population census: 78000 Town Hall: Plac Wolności 1, 62-500 Konin Tel.: Tel.: um_konin@konet.pl www.konin.pl

Mayor:

Arsanit; WAPECO; Chemat .

Investor contacts: Roman Jankowski (Kierownik Wydziału Działalności Gospodarczej i Rozwoju; Angielski) Tel.: 63 24 01 102 rjankowski@konet.pl

Józef Nowicki

Major retail schemes in Poznań (above 40,000 sm GLA): Project

Completion Area /extension (GLA)

Owner

Park Handlowy Franowo 1995/2013 75,700 Inter Ikea Poznań City Center 2013 58,000 TriGranit Galeria Malta 2009 54,000 Neinver Stary Browar 2003/2007 47,500 Fortis M1 1998 47,000 Metro Auchan Komorniki 2001/2013 47,000 Immochan King Cross Marcelin 2005 45,600 King Cross Group Auchan Swadzim 2000 42,000 Immochan Galeria Pestka 2008 42,000 Walther

CityInvestPoland 2015


Zachodnio­pomorskie

Zachodnio­pomorskie Logistics:

Historically, the economy of the region depended on the shipyard and shipbuilding industry. The location seems to be particularly attractive due to its proximity to Germany and Scandinavia. In terms of major industries, the most dynamic growth has been recorded in the timber industry, logistics and shipping, food processing, ICT sector and renewable energy. Many investors operate within the industrial parks established in Goleniow, Stargard or Police. Additionally, they can take advantage of the Kostrzyn-Slubice Special Economic Zone. In 2015, the new LNG terminal in Swinoujscie will be operational, importing large amounts of natural gas from Qatar. Stare Czarnowo

General Data Area (sq. km): 22892 Top 5 cities in Voivodship: Szczecin, Koszalin, Stargard Szczeciński, Kołobrzeg, Świnoujście, Szczecinek Airports in the area: Airport Szczecin-Goleniów (NSZZ Solidarność) Special Economic Zones: KostrzyńSłubice Special Economic Zone (204 ha), Słupsk Special Economic Zone (200 ha), Pomeranian Special Economic Zone (170 ha), Euro-Park Mielec Special Economic Zone

Self-Government Sejmik's office: ul. Korsarzy 34 Tel.: 91 480 72 47 www.wzp.pl

Warnice

Vice-Marshalls of Sejmik (Wicemarszałkowie): Wojciech Drożdz Tel.: 91 480 73 01 wicemarszalek@wzp.pl Andrzej Jakubowski Tel.: 91 480 72 45 wicemarszalek@wzp.pl

Marshall of Sejmik (Marszałek): Governmental Administration Urząd wojewódzki:

Olgierd Geblewicz marszalek@wzp.pl

Wały Chrobrego 4, 70-502 Szczecin Tel.: 91 430 35 00 zuw@szczecin.uw.gov.pl www.szczecin.uw.gov.pl

Voivod (Wojewoda):

Marcin Zydorowicz Tel.: 91 430 33 15 wojewoda@szczecin.uw.gov.pl

1st Vice-voivod (Wicewojewoda): Ryszard Mićko Tel.: 91 430 33 00 wicewojewoda@szczecin.uw.gov.pl

Voivod's Office Head: Dept of Communications (domestic and international) Łukasz Karolak Tel.: 91 430 37 40 lkarolak@szczecin.uw.gov.pl

Investor contacts: Paweł Bartoszewski Tel.: 91 446 71 78, 512 006 662

pbartoszewski@wzp.pl Jolanta Kielmas Tel.: 91 446 71 03, 509 238 607 jkielmas@wzp.pl

Szczecin

General Data Population census: 410131

2015 CityInvestPoland

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Zachodnio­pomorskie Town Hall: Plac Armii Krajowej 1,

For a long time Szczecin has taken advantage of its location and the huge transhipment potential of the seaports in Szczecin, Police and Swinoujscie. It has been a base for the largest Polish and international ship owners. Szczecin has however been changing for some time, with services, tourism and new technology playing more and more important roles. The city’s development has lagged behind many other Polish cities (due to poor leadership in the early and mid 2000s), yet the recent announcement of a “permanent rotation” of several thousand NATO troops and “command-and-control” center in Szczecin may be the impetus for faster development.

Retail: Bringing up the rear

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Szczecin is the smallest retail market among the eight major agglomerations. With a total stock amounting to 275,000 m2 GLA spread over 11 schemes, it has a retail space density ratio of 495 m2 GLA/1,000 inhabitants. Traditional shopping centres dominate the market and constitute 89% of total retail stock while retail parks represent 5%. There is also one outlet centre in Szczecin. The first modern retail schemes were built in Szczecin in the second half of the 1990s, but 2003 was the most significant, as the first city centre shopping centre, Galaxy (42,500 m2 GLA), was delivered to the market in that year. The next city centre shopping centre, Kaskada (43,000 m2 GLA), was built in the place of a prewar entertainment club in 2011.The first outlet centre in the Szczecin agglomeration, Outlet Park Szczecin, was built in 2012. Retail schemes in Szczecin are no larger than 50,000 m2 GLA. The vacancy rate in the Szczecin agglomeration is at a low and stable level of 2%. Due to the fact that currently there are no new projects under construction, the downward trend is expected to continue. Retail rents in shopping centres are in the range EUR 37-39/m2/month (100 m2 for the fashion sector). Recent transactions include: Sinsay, Tamaris, Tommy Hilfiger (the first in the city) in the Galaxy shopping centre, Carry in Kaskada and Jula in Marcredo Center. Negotiations are underway with potential tenants in the expansion process of existing projects.

70-456 Szczecin Tel.: 91 424 58 19 Tel.: investor@um.szczecin.pl www.szczecin.eu

Mayor:

Piotr Krzystek Tel.: 91 422 53 32 prezydent@um.szczecin.pl

Vice-Mayor(s): Krzysztof Soska Tel.: 91 422 39 27 ksoska@um.szczecin.pl Piotr Mync Tel.: 91 424 52 09 pmync@um.szczecin.pl Mariusz Kądziołka Tel.: 91 424 50 50 mkadziol@um.szczecin.pl Bogdan Jaroszewicz Tel.: 91 422 39 27 bjarosz@um.szczecin.pl

Key Data ul. Glewice 1a, 72-100 Goleniów www.airport.com.pl

General Data Population census: Town Hall: Rynek Staromiejski 6-7, 75-007 Koszalin Tel.: 94 348 86 00 Tel.: um.koszalin@um.man.koszalin.pl www.koszalin.pl

Mayor:

Vice-Mayor(s): Andrzej Kierzek Tel.: 94 348 88 52 andrzej.kierzek@um.man.koszalin.pl Tomasz Sobieraj Tel.: 94 348 88 52 tomasz.sobieraj@um.man.koszalin.pl

CityInvestPoland 2015

ECE Projekt Management Polska; Garo Polska; KK Elektronic Polska; North-West Logistic Park; Sanger Metal; HKL Dekoracja Okien.; KSO; J.W. Construction; Real Kapital.; Koncepta; SGI Baltis; Swede Center.

Investor contacts: Marek Kubik (Dyrektor Departamentu; niemiecki) Tel.: 91 424 58 19 mkubik@um.szczecin.pl Tomasz Woszczyk Tel.: 91 424 50 25 twoszcz@um.szczecin.pl Ewa Kordus Tel.: 91 424 56 17 ekordus@um.szczecin.pl

Szczeciński, Zachodniopomorski Uniwersytet Technologiczny,

Key Data Piotr Jedliński Tel.: 94 348 86 02 prezydent@um.man.koszalin.pl

Business Dynamics – New investors:

Key higher education institutions: Uniwersytet

Leopold Ostrowski Tel.: 94 348 88 52 leopold.ostrowski@um.man.koszalin.pl

Koszalin

Pomorski Uniwersytet Medyczny, Akademia Morska, Zachodniopomorska Szkoła Biznesu, Wyższa Szkoła Administracji Publicznej, Akademia Sztuki, Wyższa Szkoła Sztuki Użytkowej, Wyższa Szkoła Humanistyczna Towarzystwa Wiedzy Powszechnej, Wyższa Szkoła Zawodowa Oeconomicus Polskiego Towarzystwa Ekonomicznego Number of students:48377

Goleniów k. Szczecina www.airport.com.pl

Key higher education institutions: Politechnika Koszalińska, Państwowa Wyższa Szkoła Zawodowa, Koszalińska Wyższa Szkoła Nauk Humanistycznych, Gdańska Wyższa Szkoła Humanistyczna (filia) Number of students:12938

Investor contacts: Miller-Grzybowska Urszula (Dept Director) Tel.: 94 348 87 70 urszula.miller@um.man.koszalin.pl Taterka Zenon (Kierownik Referatu) Tel.: 94 348 87 98 zenon.taterka@um.man.koszalin. plAustralia 1

Amcor Ltd Manufacturing

2

Goodman Group Manufacturing


Foreign investors in Poland

Major foreign investors technical activities

Austria 1

2

3

ALPLA Werke Alwin Lehner GmbH & Co KG

10

Manufacturing

11

4

Transporting and storage

12

Erste Bank

Atrium European Real Estate Limited

13

Festo GmbH

Austrian Intermarket Bank AG

Financial and insurance activities Manufacturing 14

Bau Holding Strabag AG

15

Manufacturing; Manufacturing; Construction 6

Benda-Lutz Werke GmbH

9

Administrative and support service activities; Manufacturing 22

Manufacturing 23

Haberkorn Group

24

Henkel Central Eastern Europe Gmbh Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles; Manufacturing

25 Herz

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

Fronius International GmbH 26

Impuls-Leasing International

17

Gabriel-Chemie Group

27

Inwestor GoodMills

Manufacturing

18

Generali Holding Vienna AG

28

ISOROC Holding

Coface Central Europe Holding AG

19

GfK Austria GmbH

29

Julius Meinl International AG

CA Immo

Professional, scientific and technical activities; Professional, scientific and

Kleen-Tex Industries Gmbh

31

Kludi Armaturen Austria GmbH

32

Mayer & Co Beschl채ge GmbH (MACO)

33

Mayr Melnhof Packaging International Gmbh

34

Michael Leier

35

Porr AG

36

Raiffeisen Zentralbank Osterreich AG

37

S&T AG

38

Soke Handels GMBH Austria

Manufacturing

Manufacturing; Manufacturing

Manufacturing; Manufacturing

Manufacturing Manufacturing Manufacturing

Financial and insurance activities

Manufacturing

Financial and insurance activities

Manufacturing

Financial and insurance activities Professional, scientific and technical activities

30

Manufacturing

Feuer Wien

Frauenthal Automotive Holding Gmbh

of motor vehicles and motorcycles

Grupa HIRSCH Servo

Manufacturing; Construction; Manufacturing

Bogner Edelstahl Austria Manufacturing

8

Manufacturing

Manufacturing 16

Manufacturing 7

Grupa Heinzel

Professional, scientific and technical activities

Financial and insurance activities 5

21

E. Hawle Armaturenwerke Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

Manufacturing

Greiner Holding AG

Donau Chemie Gruppe Manufacturing

Arlberger Bergbahnen AG Innsbruck

20

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Wholesale and retail trade; repair

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles 39

Strabag SE Construction; Construction

2015 CityInvestPoland

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Foreign investors in Poland 40

Sun Chemical

11 Dossche

Manufacturing 41

Tippler Rudolf

42

TLH Verwaltungs- und Beteiligungs

12

Manufacturing

43

Uniqa International

44

Voestalpine AG

Financial and insurance activities

Warimpex Finanz- und Beteiligungs AG Wiener Städtische Versicherung AG Vienna Insurance Group

17

19

Wuestenrot AG 20

50 Zeman

Beteiligungsgesellschaft mbH

21

Construction; Construction

Australia

3.

TPF S.A. 4.

VPK Group

5.

Woodbridge Foam Corporation

Brazil 2

ICE-Trade s.a. Józef Felix Nawrot Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

26

KBC Asset Management NV

27

KBC Bank N.V.

Financial and insurance activities

ACP Europe

Financial and insurance activities; Financial and insurance activities

Manufacturing 28

Manufacturing 3 Bekaert

Boshoku Europe

30

Miko Pac NV

32

NMC sa

33

Otreco NV

34

Construction

Democo Poland Sp. z o. o. Construction

Donaldson Europe B.V.B.A Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

5 6

35

7

8

37 Solvay

Manufacturing

CityInvestPoland 2015

Gestion Max

Croatia 1

Podravka d.d. Manufacturing

Guest Tek International Group Ltd

Cyprus 1

Heli One Manufacturing

9

Magna International Inc.

10

Pan Smak Pizza Inc.

Manufacturing Accommodation and food service activities 11

Pratt & Whitney Canada

12

Royal Group Technologies

13

Sidney Braaksma

14

Staight Crosing

Manufacturing Manufacturing

36 Pregis

Manufacturing

Yuncheng (Poland) Sp. zo.o.

Europort Grain Terminal

Information and communication

PinguinLutosa Food Group Manufacturing

Chapman Ice Cream

Professional, scientific and technical activities

Patrick Willems Manufacturing

automobile parts 13.

Manufacturing

Manufacturing Manufacturing

Xiangyang Automobile Bearing Co

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing 8 CFE

Liebrecht & wooD

31

Manufacturing

Cartamundi NV

4

TPV Technology Ltd Manufacturing

12.

Bombardier Inc. Manufacturing

Real estate activities

Manufacturing

Bridgestone Corporation

3

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Bata Shoes

Suzhou Victory Precision Manufacture Co Manufacturing; Manufacturing

11.

Manufacturing

Koramic Real Estate NV Manufacturing

Apotex Inc.

Sino Frontier Properties Ltd. Construction

Manufacturing

29 Lhoist

Manufacturing 4 BELBAL

9.

Canada 2

Shanxi Yuncheng Platemaking Group Manufacturing

Stefanini Inc.

10.

Manufacturing 25

Alain Faymonville

IT Stefanini

Information and communication

1

Nexteer automotive

8.

Manufacturing

Grupa Lhoist

LiuGong Machinery Manufacturing

7.

Manufacturing

Jiangsu Lantian Aerospace Industrial Park aerospace

6.

Manufacturing

1

ICBC Bank banking

Manufacturing 46

Huawei telecoms

Professional, scientific and technical activities

Manufacturing

Prairie Downs (PD Sp. z o.o.)

Belgium

10

45

Haoneng Packaging Manufacturing

Manufacturing 44

Bank of China banking

2.

43 Toyota

Gates Power Transmission Europe B.V.B.A.

Holdes NV

coal

9

The Heating Company Group

Fortis Bank NV/S.A.

23 24

coal

7

1.

Manufacturing

Eurofoam GmbH

Henschel Engineering N.V.

3 Balamara

6

42

China

Manufacturing

Agriculture, forestry and fishing

ports/logistics

5

Etex Dryco SAS

22

Wentworth Tech INC.

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

1 DCT

2

Telemond Holding

Financial and insurance activities

Financial and insurance activities

16

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Construction

1

41

Fast Lines Belgium N.V.

VAC Aero International Inc.

Manufacturing

18 FastHercoGroup

48 Wilkosz

2

Real estate activities; Real estate activities

Manufacturing; Transporting and storage; Transporting and storage; Transporting and storage

Wienerberger International Manufacturing; Manufacturing

60

TCL Belgium SA

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

49

40

Professional, scientific and technical activities 16

Construction

47

Stoop N.V.

15 Euroclear

15

Manufacturing

39

13 Ergon

14

Solvay sa Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing; Manufacturing

46

Electrabel S.A. Electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply

Manufacturing

45

38

Manufacturing

Construction Construction

Kronospan Holdings Ltd. Manufacturing; Manufacturing

2

TriGránit Holding Ltd. Construction

3

Gtech Global Services Corporation Information and communication

4

M2 Investments Limited Information and communication

5

Thamyris Holding Ltd. Information and communication

6

Ballinger Holdings Ltd. Financial and insurance activities

7

Deloitte Central Europe Holdings Limited Professional, scientific and technical activities


Powering Creation

Powering Creation

Independent Poland’s chemical industry was born in Tarnów in 1927. Since then, history has come full circle. Polish chemistry is being reborn in Tarnów these days – conscious of its strength and fully secure. Grupa Azoty is the fusion of everything that we, the Poles, have been able to do best in this industry. We are ready to transcend new boundaries – because Grupa Azoty is a project focused on the future. This is the way it has always been. We’ve come a long way. We’ve changed. We are now competing with Europe’s largest chemical companies. And thanks to the recently completed great consolidation, we are prepared for this better than ever before. We have defined our aims in the strategy adopted for the years 2012-2020. Due to the Group’s wellconceived architecture, we are able to offer our clients an even broader product portfolio – from nitrogen and phosphorus fertilizers as well as constructions plastics to OXO alcohols, plasticizers and pigments. We have no competition in this regard as of today. We possess our own logistics infrastructure, as well as research, development and servicing facilities, which also allows us to provide services.

We want to use these assets in further building the Group’s value and that of the companies which form part of it – keeping our shareholders, employees and the local communities in which we operate in mind. The two main lines of our current strategy are taking advantage of the increased scale of operations and maximizing the effects of synergy – this means full use of the potential gained through consolidation.

We are chemists. We are the architects of matter. The architects of the future. We know what we are due to those who have come before us. We know what we owe to those who will follow us. We owe them a world which will be a better place to live.

grupaazoty.com


Foreign investors in Poland 8

Nemico Ltd

13

Manufacturing 9

Tollerton Investments Limited

Electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply

Tri Media Holdings Ltd

11

Nova Group (Cyprus) Limited

13

Danfoss A/S Manufacturing; Manufacturing

42

16

Dansk Supermarked A/S

43

17

Danske Bank A.S.

Mayas Basic Concept Ltd

18

DSV Road Holding AS

Information and communication; Professional, scientific and technical activities

19 Dyrup

ASBISc Enterprises Plc.

20

Financial and insurance activities

2 3

Dennmark

24

Vitkovice Machinery Group

HG Hedensted Gruppen reinwestycja

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Tchas Spol S R O

Manufacturing

Denmark A.Espersen A/S

26

Manufacturing 2

3

27

Manufacturing

4

28

5

6

Financial and insurance activities 7

Bramming Plast - Industri A/S

33

11

kk-electronic a/s

34

LM Wind Power Blades Electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply

Carlsberg Breweries A/S

LM Wind Power Service & Logistics

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Chr. C. Grene A/S Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

12

Scanpol International ApS

35

36 37

Chr. Hansen AS Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

57

38

58

18

Onninen OY

19

OpusCapita Group Oy

Mining and quarrying Manufacturing; Manufacturing

Shiptrans Holding A/S

Professional, scientific and technical activities 20

Oras OY

21

Outokumpu Oyj

Manufacturing

SmartGuy Group A/S

59

Manufacturing 23

Paroc Group

24

PKC Group OYJ

25

Pรถyry PLC

26

Rautaruukki Oyj

27

Rettig ICC Group

28

Sanitec Ltd. OY

29

Sanoma Oy

30

SKS Group

31

Information and communication

Suomi Mutual Life Assurance Company

Cargotec Corporation

Financial and insurance activities

Manufacturing 60

TK Holding

Manufacturing

Construction; Construction 61

Trepko A/S

Manufacturing

Manufacturing 62

Velux A/S

Manufacturing

Manufacturing; Manufacturing 63

William Demant Holding Manufacturing

64

Manufacturing 22 Paccor

Sonion A/S

Manufacturing

Xyacht Holding APS Manufacturing

Manufacturing Manufacturing

Finland 1

Alteams Group

Information and communication;

Manufacturing 2 BLStream 3

Manufacturing

CityInvestPoland 2015

Nordkalk Group

Manufacturing; Manufacturing

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

Mekoprint A/S Manufacturing

17

Manufacturing; Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Maersk S/A Transporting and storage

Nordic Environment Finance Corporation (NEFCO)

Accommodation and food service activities

Logstor A/S Manufacturing

16

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Broen A/S Manufacturing

10

56

Junget A/S

Metsa Tissue OYJ

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing 9

Scandinavian Tobacco Group

Manufacturing 32

15

Manufacturing

Financial and insurance activities

Borg Automotive A/S Manufacturing

8

55

Jan Stjernebjerg

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

Royal Greenland Seafood A/S Manufacturing

Manufacturing

31

Martela OYJ

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Investment Fund for Central and Eastern Europe

13

14 Mesera

Saturn Nordic Holding AB

30

KWH Group Ltd.

Radiometer A/S

54

Icopal A/S

12

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

IC Companys A/S

Itella Information

Kemira OYJ

Q Partners

Manufacturing

Hunter Douglas Group

Hulkkonen Timo

11

51 Rockwool 52

HT Laser Oy Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Professional, scientific and technical activities 50

F-Secure OYJ

Information and communication; Transporting and storage

House of Prince Denmark A/S

Inelco A/S

Bank DnB NORD A/S

8

10

Rugby Holding B.V.

29

Axzon A/S Agriculture, forestry and fishing; Manufacturing

49

Manufacturing

Arla Foods AmbA Manufacturing

ProData Consult

Manufacturing

Anadolu Kod ApS

7

Manufacturing

PBH 25.359 ApS

48

Fortum Power and Heat OY Electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply

9

53

Manufacturing

ABENA Institutions Holding A/S

Manufacturing

Orskov Frugt

Polinvest A/S

Foras Holding A/S Real estate activities

25

1

Nykredit Realkredit A/S

47

Falck A/S Manufacturing

22

6

Information and communication

Information and communication

Givesco A/S

62

Nordican Group Nordisk Wavin A/S

Manufacturing

23

Construction; Construction

Nordea Life Holding A/S

Manufacturing

E APS Manufacturing

Kofola Holding a.s. Manufacturing

45

Ensto Sekko OY Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

21

Czech Republic

5

Financial and insurance activities

46

Manufacturing

Construction

1

NKT Cables A/S

Manufacturing 44

Consolis Oy Ab Manufacturing

Financial and insurance activities

Professional, scientific and technical activities; Information and communication

Trigranit Holding Limited

4

Manufacturing 41

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles 14

40

15

Manufacturing

Munck Gruppen AS Manufacturing

Dan Engineering AS

Information and communication

12

39

14

Information and communication 10

Dalgasgroup A S

Manufacturing


Foreign investors in Poland 32

Tieto Corporation

25

Faurecia Automotive Holdings SAS

78 Lactalis

Manufacturing 26

Canal Plus Group

Manufacturing

79 Lafarge

27

Capgemini S.A.

Manufacturing 33

Tikkurila Oy

34

UPM Raflatac OY

Manufacturing

Information and communication

Manufacturing

Professional, scientific and technical activities

35 Wartsila

France

2

29

Accor SA Accommodation and food service activities

30

Air Liquide S.A.

31

Albea Group

Alstom Holdings

Altrad S.A.

13

14

36

Dalkia International

Manufacturing Electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply; Electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply 37

38 Delifrance

16

39

17

40

43

Belvedere S.A. 44

45

19 Biosyntec 46 47

Bull International SA Information and communication

60

Manufacturing 61

Manufacturing 62 63

Groupe Danone S.A

Manufacturing

Accommodation and food service activities; Accommodation and food service activities 85 LVMH

Manufacturing 86

64

Grupa Badawcza Servier

Manufacturing Manufacturing 88

Malteries Soufflet S.A.

89

Malteurop Group

Manufacturing Manufacturing; Financial and insurance activities 90

MGP JUNE II S.A.R.L

91

Nief Plastic

Real estate activities

Manufacturing 65

Grupa Guillin

Manufacturing 92

Onduline S.A.

93

Pernod Ricard S.A

Manufacturing

Havas SA

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing; Manufacturing 94 Peugeot

Manufacturing

Manufacturing 95

Information and communication

71

Electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply; Electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply

72

Erhard Rothgangl

73

Hutchinson S.A. Manufacturing

Inergy Automotive Systems Manufacturing

74 Intermarche

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

Euresa Holding S.A. 75

Construction

International Supermarket Stores (ISMS) Manufacturing

76 Ipsos

77

Plastic Omnium

97

Plastiques Du Val de Loire

98

Provimi Holding BV

Manufacturing Manufacturing Manufacturing 99 PROVOST

Manufacturing 100 Publicis Groupe SA

Professional, scientific and technical activities 101 Rector Lesage

Manufacturing 102 Rexel

Manufacturing 103 Saint-Gobain

Professional, scientific and technical activities

Transporting and storage

96

Hispano Suiza Manufacturing

Pharma S.A.S Manufacturing; Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

Manufacturing Professional, scientific and technical activities

M2P Group S.A.

87 MacoPharma

Manufacturing

70

Faure Machet (FM) Logistic S.A.

Louvre Hotels Group(Francja)

Manufacturing

Eiffage Construction

49

84

Manufacturing

Groupe CEMOI

Hamelin Group

Eurovia International

L’Oreal SA

Groupe CAT

69

48

83

Groupe B&B Hôtels

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

Financial and insurance activities

22 Bongrain

Go Sport Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

Manufacturing

21 Bonduelle

Construction

59

Earlex Group

Essilor International

Lesaffre Group

Manufacturing

Hachette Livre S.A.

Electricite de France Internationale (EDF)

82

Transporting and storage

Manufacturing

BNP Paribas

23 Bouygues

Global Closure Systems

Construction

Bergerat Monnoyeur SAS

Manufacturing

58

Leroy Merlin Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

Manufacturing

68

Manufacturing

Baud Industries

Manufacturing

Geopost Group

Grupa Rexel

42

Financial and insurance activities

57

67

Barry Callebaut France S.A.

Manufacturing

Gemplus S.A.

Grupa Lacroix

41 E.Leclerc

Manufacturing

56

66

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

18 Biofarma

24

E. Leclerc Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

20

DTP Holding

Manufacturing 81

France Telecom Information and communication

Manufacturing

Auchan S.A.

Manufacturing

55

Manufacturing

Arval Group

Manufacturing

Transporting and storage

Decathlon S.A. Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

Manufacturing 15

Transporting and storage

Financial and insurance activities

11 Arkema

Administrative and support service activities

Colas S.A.

Creuzet Aeronautique S.A.

Apsys International

Manufacturing

Chantelle S.A.

35

Manufacturing

12

FM Logistic

Credit Agricole

Manufacturing

Construction

54

34

Construction

10

Cegedim Dendrite Group

Construction

8 Andros 9 Aperam

FM Logisitc

Manufacturing 33

Manufacturing 7

53

32 Clement

Manufacturing

Altia Group

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

CF Gomma Barre Thomas

Manufacturing; Manufacturing 80 LDC

Feu Vert S.A. Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

6

52

Manufacturing

Fenice S.p.A Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing 4 Alcatel-Lucen 5

51

Information and communication

Manufacturing 3

50

28 Carrefour

Manufacturing

1

Bureau Veritas S.A.

Klepierre S.A. Construction

Manufacturing; Manufacturing; Manufacturing 104 Sanofi S.A

Manufacturing

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Foreign investors in Poland Professional, scientific and technical activities; Information and communication

105 Saur International

Water supply; sewerage; waste managment and remediation activities 106 Schneider Electric Holding

130 Vossloh Cogifer S.A.

Manufacturing; Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

107 SEGEPO Composants

Mécaniques Manufacturing

Germany

108 Sical S.A. 1

109 SII

Manufacturing

111 Societe Generale S.A.

Financial and insurance activities

4

5

Manufacturing 6

Manufacturing; Manufacturing 115 Stepan Europe S.A.S.

Manufacturing Manufacturing

64

8

Transporting and storage 9

Electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply 119 Sygma Banque Societe

Anonyme

10 11 12

123 TU Allianz Polska S.A

13 14

125 Veolia Transport

Manufacturing

31

33

17

Arnold Dammers

18

Arrow ECS GmbH

Manufacturing

36

37 38

B+M Blumenbecker GmbH Manufacturing

22

B+O Holding Gmbh Manufacturing

CityInvestPoland 2015

Manufacturing Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles 53

39

54 Clatronic

Real estate activities; Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

40

43

56

Combera GmbH

Manufacturing Professional, scientific and technical activities 57

Commerzbank AG

58

Constantia Industries AG

59

Coroplast Fritz Müller GmbH & Co. KG

Financial and insurance activities Manufacturing

Manufacturing 60 Cronimet

Manufacturing 61

Dachser GmbH & Co. KG

62

Daimler AG

Manufacturing Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles; Financial and insurance activities 63

DB Schenker

64

DCM Deckert Maschinenbau GmbH

65

DEPA GmbH

Manufacturing

66

Deutsche Bank AG

British American Tobacco GmbH

67

Deutsche Lufthansa A G

Böllhoff GmbH

Manufacturing

Brenntag AG Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

42

Coko Werk GmbH & Co. KG

Bodo Moller Chemie Gmbh

Manufacturing 41

55

BMW Group

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

CeWe Color Professional, scientific and technical activities

BMP AG

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

Manufacturing

Brinkhaus GmbH &CO.KG

Manufacturing Financial and insurance activities

Manufacturing

Real estate activities; Transporting and storage

44

Bruss GmbH & Co. KG Manufacturing

68

Deutsche Post A.G.

45

BSH Bosch und Siemens Hausgerate GmbH

69

Diehl Ako Stiftung Gmbh & Co KG

70

DIL GmbH

71

Dr August Oetker Nahrunghittel K. G.

Transporting and storage

Manufacturing 46

Manufacturing 21

Castolin GmbH

Blechwarenfabrik Limburg GmbH

Information and communication

Financial and insurance activities

129 Vivendi Universal

52

Manufacturing

Bischof + Klein GmbH & Co

Manufacturing

19 Aurelius

B. Braun Melsungen AG

C+P Mobelsysteme GmbH&Co KG

Binder International

Manufacturing

Manufacturing Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

Bilfinger Berger AG

Manufacturing

Alligator Ventilfabrik GmbH

Financial and insurance activities

20

Bianca Moden

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles; Construction

Allianz AG

Altrad-Baumann GmbH

51

Manufacturing

32 Bierbaum

35

Altana Pharma AG

Bury GmbH & Co. KG

Manufacturing

Albert Schomburg

Al-KO Kober AG

50

Information and communication

Manufacturing

34

Ante-Holz GmbH

128 Vinci Group

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles;

Berliner Luft

Water supply; sewerage; waste managment and remediation activities

16

127 Vinci Construction

Mining and quarrying

30

Alba Group

ALUPLAST GmbH

Manufacturing

Construction

Berger Breitgewebe International GmbH

Manufacturing

15

126 Vetoquinol

Manufacturing

29

Manufacturing

Europe Administrative and support service activities

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Alga Nutzfahrzeug Und Baumaschinen Gmbh & Co. KG

Bürener Maschinenfabrik GmbH

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Financial and insurance activities 124 Value 4 Capital Eastern

Beiersdorf AG

Manufacturing

122 Total Fina ElF S.A.

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

28

Unternehmensgruppe Gmbh & Co KG

Ahlers AG

49

Manufacturing

ADO Goldkante GmbH & Co. KG.

Financial and insurance activities

International (TDF) Information and communication

Bayer AG

Manufacturing

Manufacturing 121 Telediffusion de France

27

Manufacturing

Financial and insurance activities 120 Technicolor S.A

Adidas AG

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

118 SUEZ Energy International -

Electrabel

ACER EUROPE B.V.

Burda Verlag Osteuropa GmbH

Manufacturing

Manufacturing 7

116 Steria 117 STVA S.A.

Bauer Fruchtsaft Gmbh

Abris Capital Partners

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

113 Somfy 114 Soprema

26

Manufacturing

112 Sodexho Group

Accommodation and food service activities

BASF AG

Financial and insurance activities 3

48

Ball Packaging Europe GmbH

25

Aareal Bank AG Financial and insurance activities

2

110 SOCIETE BIC

Manufacturing

24

Manufacturing

131 Vygon S.A.

Manufacturing

Bahlsen GmbH & Co. KG Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Europe

Manufacturing

23

Bucyrus DBT Europe GmbH Manufacturing

47

Manufacturing; Manufacturing

Buderus HT Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

Financial and insurance activities

Manufacturing


Foreign investors in Poland communication

72

DÜRR GmbH

73

Dyckerhoff AG

Fontaine Eastvestments Gmbh & Co KG

Manufacturing

Information and communication

Manufacturing

74

75

DZ BANK AG Deutsche ZentralGenossenschaftsbank Frankfurt am Main

96 FRABA

Financial and insurance activities

98

E.ON edis energia Electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply

77

EHRLE Reinigungstechnik GmbH Manufacturing; Manufacturing

78

Eifelwerk Group Manufacturing

79 80

Elektra Gmbh Schalkau

Engineered Carbons GmbH

Envia Mitteldeutsche Energie Electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply

87

Erich Marx Esso Deutschland GmbH

92

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles Manufacturing Manufacturing 105 GEA AG

Manufacturing 106 Gebrüder Specht GmbH &

Co. KG Transporting and storage 107 Gedia Gebruder Dingerkus

Gmbh Manufacturing Construction Professional, scientific and technical activities; Professional, scientific and technical activities Manufacturing

Managementholding Gmbh Manufacturing; Manufacturing 112 Gildemeister AG

Manufacturing 113 Global Safety Textiles

Manufacturing 114 Gotec Gorschlueter GmbH

Manufacturing; Manufacturing; Manufacturing 115 Greiffenberger AG

Manufacturing 116 Gruner +Jahr

Manufacturing

117 Grupa Henkell & Co.

Fischer Jurgen Gunther Fliegel Gmbh & Co KG Textilservice Other services activities

94

Manufacturing; Manufacturing 102 Fujifilm Europe GmbH

Ferrostaal Automotive GmbH

Manufacturing 93

101 Frosta AG

111 Gerstner

Manufacturing 91

FMI Systems GmbH Manufacturing; Information and

Manufacturing 123 Haba - Beton

Manufacturing 124 Haering GmbH

Manufacturing; Manufacturing 125 Hafele Holding GmbH

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles 126 HANKE TISSUE

Manufacturing

Eugen Meller GmbH

Federal Mogul Holding Deutschland GmbH

122 GURI VITAL

127 Hanse Yachts AG

110 Gerresheimer

Evo Bus Gmbh

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

Euler Hermes Kreditversicherung AG

Manufacturing 121 Guehring

Horstmann

109 Germanischer Lloyd

Manufacturing; Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles 90

Other services activities 100 Friedhelm Bernhard

Financial and insurance activities

Financial and insurance activities 89

Freshtex International Textile Serwis GmbH

108 Gelsenwasser AG

Manufacturing; Manufacturing 88

99

ERGO International Aktiengesselschaft

Manufacturing 86

Manufacturing

104 Gardinia Home Decor GmbH

Manufacturing

85

Fresenius Kabi AG

Emsold-Gesellschaft Gert Helmers Gmbh&Co.

82 Enpac

84

Manufacturing

103 G.Bruss GmbH & Co. KG

Electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply

83

Franz Cordesmeyer

Manufacturing

Manufacturing 81

Manufacturing; Manufacturing 97

E.ON edis AG Electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply

76

95

120 Grupa Winkhaus

Information and communication Manufacturing 118 Grupa Miebach Consulting

Professional, scientific and technical activities 119 Grupa Weber

Construction; Manufacturing

Manufacturing 128 Hansgrohe International

Gmbh

motor vehicles and motorcycles 145 HP-Pelzer International

GmbH Manufacturing 146 HTS Duisburg Haniel Textile

Service GmbH Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles 147 HUF Hulsbeck & Furst GmbH

& Co. KG Manufacturing 148 IBM Central Holding GmbH

Manufacturing; Information and communication 149 Iduna Vereinigte

Lebensversicherung AG für Handwerk Handel und Gewerbe Financial and insurance activities

Manufacturing 129 HDI International Holding

150 IMA Klessmann GmbH

Manufacturing 151 IMMOFINANZ Group

AG Financial and insurance activities 130 Heinrich Bauer Verlag

Beteiligungs GmbH Information and communication 131 Hemelter Muhle GmbH

Manufacturing 132 Herlitz AG

Manufacturing 133 HETAN Technologies GmbH

Manufacturing 134 Heye & Heinz Glas

Manufacturing 135 Heye International GmbH

Manufacturing 136 Hirschvogel Holding GmbH

Manufacturing 137 Hobas Rohre GmbH

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles 138 Hochland AG

Manufacturing 139 Hochtief Construction Erste

VGmbH Construction 140 Hoerbiger

Kompressortechnik Europa Holding Gmbh Manufacturing 141 Hohenstaufen

Neunundvierzigste Vermogensverwaltung GmbH Manufacturing 142 Homanit Gmbh & Co

Manufacturing; Manufacturing 143 Hörmann Holding GmbH &

Co. KG Manufacturing 144 Horst Mosolf GmbH & Co.

Manufacturing 152 IMS Stappert Spezial-Stahl

Handel Manufacturing; Manufacturing 153 Ingenious Technologies

Professional, scientific and technical activities 154 Inter Group

Financial and insurance activities 155 Inter Lebensversicherung AG

Financial and insurance activities 156 Interprint GmbH & Co. KG

Manufacturing 157 Intersnack Group

Manufacturing 158 Ista International GmbH

Professional, scientific and technical activities 159 Itelligence AG

Information and communication 160 Itron GmbH

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles 161 Jens Schrader, Kerstin

Schrader Transporting and storage 162 Jokey Plastik Wipperfürth

GmbH Manufacturing 163 Joma-Mobelhandels Gmbh

Manufacturing 164 Jost Werke Gmbh

Manufacturing 165 Jungheinrich Beteiligungs

GmbH Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles 166 Kabelconcept Hornig Gmbh

Manufacturing; Manufacturing

Transporting and storage; Wholesale and retail trade; repair of

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Foreign investors in Poland 167 Karl Konecke

Fleischwarenfabrik GmbH & Co. KG Manufacturing 168 Keiper GmbH

Manufacturing; Manufacturing 169 Keune & Lauber GmbH

Manufacturing 170 Kirchhoff Automotive GmbH

Manufacturing 194 Lisa Draexlmaier GmbH

Manufacturing 195 Loi Thermprocess GmbH

Manufacturing 196 Lothar Thoni

Manufacturing 197 Ltd.Uniwheels Investment

220 Müller Technik Gmbh

Manufacturing 221 Munich Re Group

Financial and insurance activities 222 Nippon Express

Manufacturing; Manufacturing 223 Nordfolien GmbH

Manufacturing 224 Nordica Polstermobel

& Co. KG

(Germany) GMBH

Beteiligung

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

171 Klapishevskyy Oleksandr

Manufacturing 172 KLAUS BORNE

Manufacturing 173 Klingspor AG

Manufacturing 174 Knauf

Verwaltungsgesellschaft KG Manufacturing 175 Kochloeffel GmbH

Accommodation and food service activities 176 Köhler & Bovenkamp GmbH

& Co. KG Manufacturing; Manufacturing 177 Koncern Gothaer

Financial and insurance activities 178 Konica Minolta Business

Solutions Europe Gmbh

66

193 Linde AG

Manufacturing; Manufacturing 179 Konig Metal

Manufacturing 180 Krause-Werk Gmbh Co&KG

Manufacturing 181 Kreisel GmbH

Manufacturing 182 Kroll Ontrack Gmbh

Manufacturing; Manufacturing 183 Kruger GmbH

Manufacturing 184 KTR Kupplungstechnik

198 Ludwig Schokolade GmbH

Manufacturing 199 Lurgi GmbH

Construction 200 Magna Automotive GmbH

Manufacturing 201 Magna Steyr

Manufacturing 202 Magnaplast GmbH

Construction 203 Mahle

Manufacturing 204 Mainfrucht Gmbh

Manufacturing 205 MAN Nutzfahrzeuge AG

Manufacturing 206 Maria Prior - Nowak

Manufacturing 207 Mediadress gmb

Professional, scientific and technical activities; Information and communication 208 Messer Group GmbH

Manufacturing 209 Metro Group AG

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles 210 Metzeler Automotive Profile

Systems Europe GmbH Manufacturing 211 Mewa Textil-Service Ag & Co.

GmbH

Management OHG

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

185 Kuehne&Nagel Beteiligungs

AG Transporting and storage 186 Kufner Textilwerker GmbH

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles 187 KWW Joachim Baumann KG

Manufacturing 188 Lamparter Lutz Alfred

Manufacturing 189 Lapp Isulators GmbH

Manufacturing 190 Lemken Landtechnik Gmbh

Manufacturing; Manufacturing 191 LEONI AG

Manufacturing 192 LHI Leasing Holding

Real estate activities; Financial and insurance activities

212 Miebach Projekt GmbH

Manufacturing 213 Minda Schenk Plastic

Solutions GmbH Manufacturing 214 Minetronics

Manufacturing 215 Moneva GmbH & Co

Manufacturing 216 Monier Group

Manufacturing; Manufacturing 217 MTU Aero Engines

Manufacturing 218 MTU Friedrichshafen GmbH

Manufacturing 219 Muehlhan AG

Manufacturing; Construction; Manufacturing

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225 Nordische Futterfette

Carroux Gmbh & Co. Handels KG Manufacturing 226 Nordzucker AG

Manufacturing 227 OBI Heimwerkermarkt AG

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles 228 OKT Germany GmbH

Manufacturing 229 OSI International Holding

GmbH Manufacturing 230 P.V. Betonfertigteilwerke

GmbH Manufacturing 231 Paidi GmbH & Co. KG

Manufacturing 232 Paletten Service Hamburg

Beteiligungs Gmbh Manufacturing 233 Parker Hannifin GmbH

Manufacturing 234 Pass-Automotive East GmbH

Manufacturing; Manufacturing 235 Paul Hartmann AG

Manufacturing 236 PBV Polipol Beteiligungs Und

Verwaltungs Gmbh Manufacturing 237 PCC SE

Manufacturing 238 Petro Carbo Chem AG (PCC)

Manufacturing; Manufacturing; Manufacturing 239 Petrofer Oil and Chemicals

Manufacturing 240 Pfeifer und Langen

Manufacturing 241 Pfleiderer AG

Manufacturing 242 PHW-Gruppe Lohmann &

CO. AG Manufacturing 243 Pilz Beteiligungs- und

Verwaltungs-GmbH Financial and insurance activities 244 Pipelife Deutschland GmbH

Manufacturing

245 Pneuhage Management

GmbH & CO. KG Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles 246 Polen Zement

Beteiligungsgesellshaft GmbH Manufacturing 247 Polychem Isolierhandel

GmbH Manufacturing 248 Pöschl Tabak GmbH & Co.KG

Manufacturing; Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles 249 Praktiker International

Gmbh Manufacturing 250 Prettl

Manufacturing 251 Prietzel Frank Uwe

Manufacturing 252 Pura Birra GmbH

Manufacturing 253 QIAGEN GmbH

Professional, scientific and technical activities 254 Quarzwerke GmbH

Mining and quarrying 255 Quin GmbH

Manufacturing 256 Raiffeisen HaGe

Manufacturing 257 Rasch - Anlagenverwaltung

Gmbh Manufacturing 258 Rauschert

Manufacturing 259 Remondis AG & Co. KG

Water supply; sewerage; waste managment and remediation activities 260 RENA GmbH

Manufacturing 261 Rheinish - Bergische

Verlagsgesellschaft mbH Information and communication 262 Rhenus Group

Manufacturing 263 Richard Anders GmbH

Manufacturing 264 Ringier Axel Springer Media

AG, Information and communication 265 RMG Regel + Messtechnik

GmbH Electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply 266 Robert Bosch GmbH

Manufacturing 267 Roeben Tanbaustaffe GmbH

Manufacturing


Foreign investors in Poland 268 Rosner Holding Gmbh

Transporting and storage 269 Roto Frank AG

Construction 270 RWE Plus AG

Electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply 271 SAG International GmbH

Construction; Construction 272 Salamander Industrie

Produkte GmbH Manufacturing 273 SAP AG

Information and communication 274 SARIA Bio-Industries AG &

Co. KG Manufacturing 275 SCA Hygiene Products

Holding GmbH Manufacturing; Manufacturing

294 Steinbach Horst

Manufacturing; Manufacturing 295 Steinhoff Europe AG

Manufacturing 296 STENGER

Manufacturing 297 STENQVIST

Manufacturing; Manufacturing 298 STIHL International GmbH

Manufacturing 299 STO AG

Manufacturing 300 Strรถer Out-of-Home Media

AG Professional, scientific and technical activities 301 Sudzucker AG

Manufacturing 302 SULO Umwelttechnik GmbH

Manufacturing

276 Schattdecor AG

303 Takata Petri AG

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

277 Schlafhorst Electronics AG

Manufacturing 278 Schรถck Bauteile GmbH

Manufacturing 279 Scholz & Friends Group

Professional, scientific and technical activities 280 Schumacher Packaging

GmbH Manufacturing; Manufacturing 281 Scope Aussenwerbung GmbH

Professional, scientific and technical activities 282 Seppeler Gruppe

Manufacturing; Manufacturing 283 SFB Group

Manufacturing 284 SFM Beteiligungen

Manufacturing 285 Sichert Berthold GmbH & Co.

Metallwerk KG Information and communication 286 Siemens AG

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles 287 Sieper GmbH

Manufacturing 288 SIGRO

Manufacturing 289 Software AG

Information and communication 290 SOPP INDUSTRIE GmbH

Manufacturing 291 Sprick-Fahrrader GmbH

Manufacturing 292 Stadtwerke Leipzig GmbH

Electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply 293 Stapelmann GmbH

Manufacturing

304 Talanx International AG

Financial and insurance activities 305 TC Touristik GmbH

Administrative and support service activities 306 Tchibo Frisch Rost Kaffee

GmbH Manufacturing 307 TECE GmbH

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles 308 Telekom Deutschland GmbH

Manufacturing 309 Tente Rollen GMBH

Manufacturing 310 The Lorenz Bahlsen Snack-

World GmbH & Co KG Germany Manufacturing 311 ThyssenKrupp AG

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles; Manufacturing; Manufacturing 312 Tivoli Malz GmbH

Manufacturing 313 Toshiba Tec Germany

Imaging Systems Gmbh Manufacturing 314 Tower Automotive

Auslandsbeteiligungen GmbH Manufacturing 315 TransGourmet Holding

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles 316 UESA GmbH

Manufacturing 317 Union Asset Management

Holding AG Financial and insurance activities

318 Union Knopf GmbH

343 WSB Neue Energien

Manufacturing 319 Uponor Group, KWH Pipe

Manufacturing 344 Xella International GmbH

Ltd

Manufacturing; Manufacturing

Manufacturing

345 Xella Porenbeton Holding

320 Uzin UTZ AG

GmbH

Manufacturing 321 VEKA AG

Manufacturing 346 Zentis Holding Gmbh

Manufacturing 322 Verlagsgruppe Passau

Manufacturing 347 Zlotnik Alexander

Information and communication 323 Verlagsgruppe Weltbild

Manufacturing 348 Zott GmbH&Co KG

GmbH

Manufacturing

Information and communication 324 VG Orth Gmbh & Co KG

Greece

Manufacturing 325 VG-ORTH GmbH & Co. KG

1

Manufacturing 326 Vibracoustic Holding Gmbh

Manufacturing; Manufacturing

Manufacturing 2 Chipita

327 Viessmann Holding

International GmbH

Manufacturing 3

Manufacturing 328 Vion NV

M. J. Maillis Manufacturing

4

Manufacturing 329 VOIT Holding GmbH & Co.

CC HBC (Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Company)

M.J. Maillis S.A. Information and communication

5 Mellon

KG

Information and communication

Manufacturing

6

330 Voith Turbo

Sarantis Group Manufacturing

Vertriebsgesellschaft mbH Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles 331 Volkswagen AG

Guernsey 1

Financial and insurance activities; Manufacturing

Atlas Estates Group Manufacturing

332 Vosschemie Gmbh

Honkgong

Manufacturing 333 Wanzl Metallwarenfabrik

1

GmbH

Min Hoong Development Co. Construction

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

Hungary

334 Weber GmbH & Co. KG

Manufacturing

1

335 WEPA

BorsodChem Rt. Manufacturing

Manufacturing

2

336 Wietmarscher Ambulanz

Und Sonderfahrzeug Gmbh

Gedeon Ritcher LTD Manufacturing

3

Manufacturing

E-Star Alternative Plc Manufacturing

337 Wika GmbH & Co.

Manufacturing

Iceland

338 Wilhelm Herm. Muller GmbH

& CO S.k.

1

Manufacturing 339 Wilhelm Severt GmbH

Manufacturing 2

Manufacturing 340 WILKA Schliesstechik GmbH

Horn Invest hf. Promens hf Manufacturing

3

Manufacturing; Manufacturing 341 Winkelmann Group

The Enterprise Investment Fund (EIF) Manufacturing

GmbH+Co.KG Manufacturing

India

342 Wirthwein

Manufacturing

1.

CSS Corporation Information and communication;

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Foreign investors in Poland Information and communication 2.

Manufacturing; Arts, entertainment and recreation; Information and communication 3.

3

Essel Group

STR International RealEstate Group Manufacturing

4

Essel Propack LTD

Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd Manufacturing

Manufacturing 4.

Farmtrac (Escorts Group)

Italy

– 5.

HCL

1

Information and communication; Information and communication 5

6

7

8

ADR Sp.A. Manufacturing

2

Infosys BPO

Alcea S.r.l. Group Manufacturing

Professional, scientific and technical activities

3

KPIT Cummins Infosystems Limited

4

Manufacturing; Manufacturing

5

Rishabh Instruments PVT. LTD.

AVIO Group Manufacturing; Manufacturing

Betafence Holding Italia Srl Fiat Powertrain Technologies S.p.A

44

King Cross Group SRL

Bitron Industrie S.p.A. Manufacturing

Manufacturing

45

L. Molteni & C.dei F.lli Alitti SpA

46

Lampre S.r.l.

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

6

BM Industria Bergamasca Mobili

Uflex Limited

Manufacturing 7

Manufacturing 9 Wipro

Boema S.p.A.

8

Indonesia HIT ELECTRONICS

Agriculture, forestry and fishing 10 11

68

Ireland

3

C. Building Chemicals Mueller & Partners

12

Manufacturing

13

15

Cosmar S. r. l.

Manufacturing Manufacturing

16

MC-Bauchemie AG

Del Duca

17

Dynamic Technologies Group

18 19

Fatro SpA

SMR International Property 1 Limited

20

Ferrero Group

Construction

21

Ferroli SpA

OpenJaw Technologies San Leon Energy

1

IT International Theatres Information and communication

2

Shikun & Binui Group

53

MAPEI S.p.A.

Manufacturing

Gruppo Ferroli Manufacturing

Manufacturing

35

Gruppo Nico

54 Marcegaglia

Manufacturing

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles 36

I.M.A. S.p.a. Industria Metalmeccanica Adriatica

Manufacturing

Manufacturing; Manufacturing 55 Metra

Manufacturing 56

Manufacturing 37

MWCR S.p.A. Manufacturing

Real estate activities

58

38 39

Real estate activities

CityInvestPoland 2015

Manufacturing

Ovattificio Resinatura Valpadana S.P.A.

61

Patelec Group

62

PIERO PINI

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

63

Plati Elettroforniture Spa

Kerakoll S.p.A.

64

Prima Industrie SpA

Italiana Appalti Costruzioni

41

Italtriest Group

Real estate activities Professional, scientific and technical activities

Fiat Group Automobiles S.p.A Financial and insurance activities; Manufacturing

Manufacturing

60

40

42

43

Orsa Srl

59 Ostangroup

Indesit Company Manufacturing

FGA Capital S.P.A Fiat Auto S.P.A.

Manufacturing

Immobiliare Sifra Manufacturing

Financial and insurance activities 24

Manuli Rubber Industries SpA

34

Manufacturing 23

52

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Israel

Magneti Marelli S.p.A.

Elettric 80 S.p.A.

Manufacturing

22

51

Manufacturing

57 OLSA

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Lucchini RS SPA

Immobiliare Milanese Carlero S R L

Manufacturing

10 SouthWestern

50

Gruppo CLN

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

Novostrat Ltd

List SpA

33

Accommodation and food service activities

JFC Manufacturing Ltd.

49

GIRARDINI S.r.l. Manufacturing

Lecce Pen Company SpA Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

GIF SRL. Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing 9

Geo Holding S.r.l.

32

Irlandzka Grupa Deweloperska (IGD)

Information and communication 8

30

Manufacturing

Manufacturing; Manufacturing

Cellino Srl

Condor Trade Srl

Manufacturing 7

General Beton Triveneta SpA

31

14

Manufacturing 6

29

Manufacturing; Manufacturing; Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing 5

48

Manufacturing

Real estate activities 4

Freudenberg Politex Srl

Cantoni Group

CM3 S.R.L.

Manufacturing

28

Manufacturing

FINEOS Corp. Ltd.

Fortrade Financing SPA

47 Lavaggi

Cammi Marco Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Information and communication; Financial and insurance activities

9 C&M

Manufacturing

2

27

Real estate activities

Filatura e Tessitura di Tollegno SpA Manufacturing

Brembo S.p.A. Manufacturing

1

26

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

1

25

Manufacturing Manufacturing; Manufacturing

Iveco S.p.A.

Manufacturing

Manufacturing Manufacturing Manufacturing


Foreign investors in Poland 65

of motor vehicles and motorcycles

PROMA SSA SRL

66

29

12 Kimoto

Manufacturing

Riello Group

Construction; Manufacturing; Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles; Electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply; Information and communication

Manufacturing

Manufacturing; Manufacturing

13

Marubeni Co.

67

SAREL Srl.

68

Saturno Spa Materie Plastiche

14

Mitsubishi Corp. Transporting and storage

Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Limited

Manufacturing; Manufacturing

15

Mitsui & Co. Ltd

Manufacturing

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

Manufacturing

69

Seregni SpA

Manufacturing; Manufacturing; Manufacturing; Transporting and storage; Manufacturing

Information and communication 70 Serioplast 16

Manufacturing 71

Sest Luve

72

SEWS-Cabind SpA

73

Sila Holding Industriale Shi Spa

18

Manufacturing

Manufacturing 19

Manufacturing

SIME S.p.A.

20

Soffass S.p.A.

76

TEKSID SpA

77

TESAR Srl

78

UniCredit Group

79

United Oilfield Services

21

NYK Logistics

22

Okaya Group

23

Orion Electric Co. Ltd

24

ORIX Corporation

25

Sanden Corporation

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

34

Tokai Pressing & Co.

35

Toshiba Corporation

36

Toyo Seal Industries Co. Ltd.

37

Toyota Boshoku

Manufacturing Manufacturing Manufacturing Manufacturing; Manufacturing

38

26

Sharp Corporation

27

Sohbi Kohgei Co. Ltd.

28

AGC Flat Glass

SUMITOMO CHEMICAL COMPANY LIMITED

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

DEERFOS CO LTD

5

Dong Yang Electronics Manufacturing

6

Dong-A Hwa Sung Manufacturing

7

H&D Co. Manufacturing

8

Heesung Electronics Co., Ltd. Manufacturing

9

Humax Co Ltd Manufacturing

Korea Fuel-Tech Corporation

Manufacturing

11

LG Chem Ltd

TRI (Tokai Rubber Industries)

12

LG Display Co. Ltd

13

LG Electronics Inc

Manufacturing Manufacturing Manufacturing

40

YAGI Industries Co. Ltd

41

Yamazaki Mazak Corporation

14

LG Innotek Co Ltd

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

15

Mando Corporation

YKK Holding Europe

16 Mecen

Manufacturing

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles; Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing; Manufacturing

Japan

Daewoo Electronics Corporation Manufacturing

4

Manufacturing; Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Whirlpool Europe Srl

3

U-Tec Corporation

Financial and insurance activities

Mining and quarrying

Daewon Kang Up Co. Ltd, Manufacturing; Manufacturing

39

Manufacturing; Manufacturing

Financial and insurance activities

Manufacturing 2

10

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

2

Toho Industrial Co. Ltd.

Nissin Corporation Manufacturing

75

1

33

NIFCO INC Manufacturing

Manufacturing

80

Manufacturing

Tensho Electric Industries

Nidec Corporation

AceHinge Tech

Manufacturing

32

17 Nichirei

Manufacturing

1

31 TBAI

NGK Insulators Ltd. Manufacturing

Manufacturing

74

30

Korea

SUMITOMO CORPORATION

42

Manufacturing

Manufacturing Manufacturing Manufacturing 17 Neotech

Manufacturing

Amatsuji Kogyo Seisakusho Manufacturing

3

ARRK Corporation Manufacturing; Manufacturing

4

Daicel Chemical Industry Ltd Manufacturing

5 DENSO

Manufacturing 6

Electric Co., Ltd. Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles; Manufacturing

7

Fuji Seal Manufacturing; Manufacturing

8

Fuji Seiko Co., Ltd Manufacturing

9

Fujitsu Kyushu Systems Limited (FJQS) Manufacturing; Manufacturing; Manufacturing

10

Hanwa CO. LTD

11

Itochu Corp.

Manufacturing Wholesale and retail trade; repair

2015 CityInvestPoland

69


Foreign investors in Poland 18

Nifco Korea Inc.

4

Manufacturing 19

Samsung Electronics Co. LTD Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

20

Shinchang Electrics Co., Ltd.

21

SKC Chemicals

Accommodation and food service activities 5

Mining and quarrying; Electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply; Manufacturing; Information and communication 22

SL Corporation

23

Ssang Geum

24

UNWHA Industrial Co., Ltd.

7

EMPiK Centrum Investments S.A. Manufacturing; Financial and insurance activities

ENERSYS Holding Manufacturing

9

Manufacturing Manufacturing

Enterprise Internationale pour I Water supply; sewerage; waste managment and remediation activities

Kuwait 1

E. Miroglio Holding Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

8

Manufacturing

CED Group S. a r.l. Manufacturing

6

Manufacturing

Cantury Casinos Europe GmbH

10

Guardian Poland Investment Sarl

11

i4 ventures

United Arab Shipping (UASC) Manufacturing; Manufacturing

Mexico

Manufacturing Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

Latvia

12

1 Severstallat

Manufacturing 2 STENDERS

13

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

70

Liechtenstein 1 Adrenatio

15

Lobito S.A.

16

Manufacturing 3

Lima Industrie Anstalt

17

Manufacturing 4

Terravita Holding Establishment

18

3

Luxembourg

4

Mining and quarrying; Manufacturing; Mining and quarrying

Manufacturing 5

21

Sicpa Commercial Inks Holding (Lux) S.A.

7

Manufacturing

8

Societe De Participation Betafence Sarl

9

Alcan Holdings Europe B.V.

10

Alfa Laval Holding BV

6

Manufacturing

Ardagh Glass Holding GmbH Manufacturing

Manufacturing

AUREA FINANCE COMPANY SA

24 Transcom

Manufacturing

25 Wesermo

CityInvestPoland 2015

Baxter Healthcare Corporation

19

Berkeley Square Holding B V

Manufacturing

Manufacturing Information and communication; Professional, scientific and technical activities 20

Bloomines BV

21

Boart Longyear International BV

22

BP International B.V.

Manufacturing

Manufacturing Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles 23 BRUINS&KWAST

Agro East Europe BV

RECYCLING BV

Agriculture, forestry and fishing

Akzo Nobel

Manufacturing 24

BUNGE Ltd.

25

BXR Group

26

CBR Baltic BV

27

Central European Advanced Refractory Technology BV

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles 11

AMCOL International B.V.

12

Anachron Technology

Manufacturing Manufacturing

18

Affinia Netherlands Holding BV Manufacturing; Manufacturing

Manufacturing

The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company

Basell Europe Holdings NV

AES Horizons Ltd Electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply

Polish-Pre-Ipo Luxemburg

23

17

Manufacturing

AEGON Woningen Nova B.V.

20

22

Bank of Tokyo - Mitsubishi UFJ N.V.

Addit BV Manufacturing

Pergolese S.A.R.L

1 ArcelorMittal

16

ABC Medicover Holdings B.V.

19

Maxima Grupe Manufacturing

3

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Axxion Industries

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Lithuania

2

2

NPN II Investments

3M Nederland B.V. Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles; Manufacturing; Manufacturing

Information and communication

Manufacturing

1

The Netherlands 1

Luxembourg Cambridge Holding Group (LCHG) Novator Telecom Poland S.a.r.l.

15

Financial and insurance activities

Manufacturing

Europar-Ven Company Establishment

Autocam Europe B V

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing 2

Monaco 2 MECAPLAST

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

KSM Investment S.A.

14

Manufacturing

JACQUET INTERNATIONAL SA

14

Atos International B.V. Manufacturing; Manufacturing

Manufacturing

International Trading & Investment Construction; Construction

13

1 CEMEX

Manufacturing Information and communication

Manufacturing Manufacturing

Manufacturing 28 CEPV

Manufacturing


Foreign investors in Poland 29

ÄŒEZ, a. s..

52

Electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply 30

Cinema City International N.V. Clondalkin Group Holdings BV

GTC International

54

GTS Central European Holding B.V.

Real estate activities

Manufacturing; Manufacturing 32

Coats PLC

34

CRH Poland Products & Distribution B.V.

56

Manufacturing; Manufacturing

57

35 36 37

58

D.E Master Blenders 1753 Manufacturing

Manufacturing 60

Holmatro N.V

David S Smith (Netherlands) B.V.

61

ICI Omicron BV

Manufacturing

Administrative and support service activities 39

Diamond Tools Group Esteves Group

Manufacturing 62

63

Kalon Group BV

64

Kingspan Holding Netherlands BV

Manufacturing

Manufacturing; Manufacturing 40

East Springs International NV

Manufacturing 65

Human health and social work activities; Manufacturing 41

42

Eli Lilly & Co. Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

66

Ergonomics B.V.

67

43 44

European Directories

Flexider Group

70

50

GE Capital Real Estate/ Heitman Central Europe Property Partners

71

72

84

Manufacturing

Telekommunikationsdienste 86

Manufacturing 105 Schell industries BV

Manufacturing 106 Schmidt Holland BV

Manufacturing 107 Schoeller Arca Systems

Poland BV Manufacturing 108 Schoenfabriek Beclere B V

Manufacturing 109 SHV Holding N.V.

Manufacturing

111 Smulders

PaperlinX Netherlands B.V.

Philip Morris Holland B.V. Politra B.V. Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

PortionPack Europe Holding B.V. Manufacturing

Progress Technology and Holdings International B.V. Information and communication

Construction Manufacturing 112 Smurfit Kappa

Manufacturing 113 Steijn Design BV

Manufacturing 114 Talego Holding BV

Manufacturing 115 Tebodin BV

Professional, scientific and technical activities 116 Teleplan International NV

Manufacturing 117 The Royal Bank of Scotland

N.V. Financial and insurance activities

92

QAD Europe B.V

93

QNH Holding BV

94

R.R. Donnelley International Inc.

120 Tomkins Int

Manufacturing

121 TTComm International B.V

Information and communication

Makati B V

Manufacturing

Mid Ocean Holding B.V. 95

MIH Allegro B.V.

74

and Finance BV

Panattoni Western Poland Development B.V.

Manufacturing

Raben Group B.V. Real estate activities; Transporting and storage; Transporting and storage; Transporting and storage

Professional, scientific and technical activities

51 Genpact

Manufacturing 104 Same Deutz Fahr Holding

110 Singspiel Investeringen B.V.

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

LeasePlan Corporation N.V.

Manufacturing

Transporting and storage

Manufacturing 87

89

Mondi International Holdings B.V.

Nutricia Poland BV

85 Omega

Kulczyk Investment BV

73

Nutreco International B.V. Manufacturing

88

Professional, scientific and technical activities

Real estate activities Professional, scientific and technical activities

83

Professional, scientific and technical activities

Manufacturing

Nurol International B.V. Construction

KPMG International Investments B.V.

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

Fluor Europe B V Manufacturing; Manufacturing

82

Manufacturing

Manufacturing 49

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles; Manufacturing

Machinery Products and Development Holding BV

Transporting and storage 48

Manufacturing

69

Manufacturing

Finelectric BV

Norsk Hydro ASA

91

46 Ferroxcube 47

81

Manufacturing

Levi Strauss Nederland B.V.

Manufacturing

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

Nijhof Wassink

Nimbus Investments IV B V

68

Information and communication 45 Fagron

B.V.

Manufacturing

80

90

Manufacturing

New World Resources B V

103 Royal Philips Electronics N.V.

Administrative and support service activities; Administrative and support service activities

Eurocash; SPV – Politra B.V.

Real estate activities 101 Rossmann Central Europe

Nimbus hands-on investors

Financial and insurance activities

Manufacturing

Financial and insurance activities 100 Rodamco

79

ING Group NV Financial and insurance activities; Financial and insurance activities

Repono Holding BV

102 Royal Numico N.V.

Heutink Genemuiden BV

Manufacturing; Manufacturing

99

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

Manufacturing

Damen Shipyards Group

De Lage Landen International

78

59 Holbox

Manufacturing 38

77

Heineken International B.V. Manufacturing

Neste Oil Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

Heerema Fabrication Group Manufacturing

CSM NV Manufacturing

76

Harbin B.V. Manufacturing

Natel Investment BV Manufacturing

Information and communication 55

Manufacturing 33

75

Information and communication 53

Information and communication 31

Grupa ITI (International Trading and Investments Holdings SA Luxembourg)

96

Rabobank International Holding BV

Msource Medical Development B V

97

Reed Elsevier Overseas B.V.

Professional, scientific and technical activities

98

Manufacturing; Manufacturing

Financial and insurance activities Information and communication

Renault Group BV Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

118 Timan Investments Bv

Real estate activities 119 Timken Company

Manufacturing Manufacturing Manufacturing 122 Twentshe Kabel Holding

Information and communication 123 Unilever BV

Manufacturing; Manufacturing; Manufacturing 124 Union Caffe Confectionary

Group BV Manufacturing 125 Valeo

Manufacturing

2015 CityInvestPoland

71


Foreign investors in Poland 126 Valmont Industries Inc.

16

Manufacturing

Orkla Press

5

Information and communication

127 Veneer Design International

17

b.v. Haaksbergen Holandia

Qubus Hotel System Accommodation and food service activities

Manufacturing 128 Veolia Voda (Sofia) B.V.

18

Manufacturing

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

130 Volkswagen International 20

Finance N.V. Manufacturing; Manufacturing 131 Wabco Standard Trane B.V.

21

Manufacturing

1.

19 Statoil

Manufacturing; Manufacturing

132 Wienerberger B.V

2.

Wenaasgruppen AS

International Container Terminal Services

Manufacturing

Transporting and storage

Norway

Portugal 1

Manufacturing 2

Acoustics AS

3

72

2

Aluko AS

Manufacturing; Manufacturing 3

Manufacturing 5

Euro Terminal AS Transporting and storage; Transporting and storage; Transporting and storage

6

7

5

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles 6

7

Jakob Hatteland Bygg AS Manufacturing; Information and communication

8

10

Klaveness Skofabrikk

9

11

Kongsberg Automotive

12

Mielno Holding AS Real estate activities; Construction; Construction

13 Nevion

Spain 1

Airbus Military

26

Mondragon Inversiones s.p.e. s. coop.

Information and communication

Manufacturing 27 Neinver

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles 28

Nemak Exterior S.A.

29

Provital Group

Manufacturing Manufacturing; Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

Aluminos Cortizo, A.S. Manufacturing

5

Banco Santander Central Hispano

30

Financial and insurance activities

31 SNIACE

Celsa Group

Manufacturing; Electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply 32

Sor Iberica

33

Teka Industrial S A

34

TelePizza S.A.U.

Manufacturing 8

Conteur Poland

Mota-Engil SGPS S.A.

9

Corporación Ros Casares

10

Cropu S. A.

11

Exide Transportation Holding Europe S.L

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing; Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Simoldes Plasticos

Manufacturing

Manufacturing 12

Accommodation and food service activities 35

Tompla Industria Internacional del Sobre

36

Torrecid S.A.

Manufacturing

Fermator Group

Manufacturing; Manufacturing; Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

Manufacturing

Kaspersky Lab

13 Ferrovial

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles; Information and communication

14 Geoban

ROCA Sanitario SA Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

4

Mecalux SA

Transporting and storage 4

7

Information and communication

25

Manufacturing

ACCIONA Inmobilaria

2 ADMINEX

Jeronimo Martins Holding

3 Luxoft

Lantek Sheet Metal Solutions SL

Construction

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

24

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Opera Software International AS

Irestal Group

3 Nowartis     

6 CEFA

1 EKOTON

14 Norgips

23

Manufacturing

Krka d.d., Novo mesto Manufacturing

Russia 2

Ingenieria de Compuestos sl

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing; Manufacturing

15

Armeton d o.o.

Indasa-Industria De Abrasivos S.A.

Manufacturing

22

Trade Trans Invest A.S.

Slovenia 1

Construction

Manufacturing

Industrial Quimica del Nalón Polonia S.A.

Manufacturing; Manufacturing

3

Transporting and storage; Real estate activities; Construction

Manufacturing 9

Colep Portugal S.A.

DAPA Companhia Portuguesa de Supermercados SA

Istrail AS

Manufacturing 21

Manufacturing

Manufacturing; Manufacturing; Manufacturing; Manufacturing

Manufacturing 8

CIFIAL, S.G.P.S., S.A.

Firmus AS

Gjovik Maskinering Od Montasje Utland A/S

20 Importaco

Manufacturing 4

Manufacturing 4

Manufacturing Manufacturing

Koam S.R.O.

Financial and insurance activities

Manufacturing 4 Elopak

Hispanica de aviation

Manufacturing

Banco Commercial Portugues S.A. CARFI – Fábrica de Plásticos e Moldes, S.A.

Manufacturing

19

Philipines

Holding B.V.

“NO-PO” AS

HB Reavis

3 Slovnaft

2

1

Administrative and support service activities; Manufacturing

Grupa Fagor

Transporting and storage

1

Manufacturing

real estate

133 Wolters Kluwer Int. Holding

134 Zeelandia International

Gonvarri Corporacion Financiera SL

18

Yara International ASA

Information and communication

17

Administrative and support service activities

2

B.V.

Golder Associates Global. Iberica S.L.U.

Asset Porfolio Servicing

Accommodation and food service activities Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

Manufacturing

16

Slovakia

Rieber and Son ASA Manufacturing

129 Visscher Caravelle

OAO LUKOIL Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

Construction

Sweden

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Ahlstromforetagen Svenska Aktiebolg

OAO Gazprom

Manufacturing

Transporting and storage

CityInvestPoland 2015

15

Gestamp Automocion

1


Foreign investors in Poland 2

Aktiebolaget SKF

30

Manufacturing 3 Altor

AQ Wiring Systems AB

31

Arctic Paper AB

32

B&B Tools

Financial and insurance activities 34

8

35

Bulten AG 36

Manufacturing 10

Cederroth International A B Cybercom Group AB

12

Dagens Industri Holding AB

13

DeLaval International AB

37

15

16

Manufacturing 17

Eniro AB

19

Esselte AB

20

EssMediTec AB

Manufacturing Manufacturing Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles 21

Forankra AB

23

Garo AB

Granges A.B.

26

Grupa Midroc Europe

27

HAZ Sweden AB

28

Hilding Anders International AB HL Display AB Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

22

JT International

MPS Holding Aktiebolag

Swedwood Holding BV

Manufacturing

Financial and insurance activities

Manufacturing

Construction; Manufacturing; Manufacturing 65

Syncron International

Information and communication

Information and communication 66 Teleca

Manufacturing

Information and communication 67

68

Manufacturing Manufacturing

Telia AB

Manufacturing 23

Karl Bubenhofer AG

69

Thule Holding AB

24

Kompass Holding

70

Trelleborg AB

25

Krono-Holding AG

Financial and insurance activities; Financial and insurance activities

71

Vin & Spirit AB

26

Landis+Gyr AG

Nynas AB

72

Volvo AB

27

Litrad AG

28

MAAG GEAR AG

29

Marquard Media AG

30

MDC Max Daetwyler AG

Scan AB Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

Scania CV AB Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Switzerland

Manufacturing Manufacturing

1 ABB

Information and communication

Manufacturing 2

ADB Holdings S.A.

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

Manufacturing 3

Aryzta AG

31

Model Holding AG

32

Nestle S.A.

33

Novartis AG

Manufacturing 4

Autoneum International AG

Manufacturing

Manufacturing 5

Sandvik AB Manufacturing

Financial and insurance activities

Manufacturing

Polarica AB Manufacturing

Information and communication

Manufacturing

Opera TFI S.A

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Nordea Bank AB

Manufacturing

54

Svenska Lantmännen

Manufacturing; Information and communication

Plastal Group AB

Manufacturing 29

Marmite AB

50

53

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

Johnson Electric

Manufacturing

52

Svenska Handelsbanken AB

21

Partnertech AB

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson

49

51

Glencore International AG

Manufacturing

IMS Switzerland

Financial and insurance activities

Manufacturing

15

64

48 Oriflame

Manufacturing

Georg Utz Holding

Stora Enso Oyj

Swedfund International AB

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles; Manufacturing; Manufacturing

Manufacturing 25

14

Manufacturing

20

Manufacturing

Manufacturing 24 Graal

Franke Küchentechnik AG

63

44 NCAB

Manufacturing; Manufacturing

13

IMS Group

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles; Manufacturing; Manufacturing

47

Sollebrunns Betongelement AB

Construction

19

Manufacturing; Manufacturing; Information and communication

Manufacturing 22

Foster Wheeler AG

Manufacturing

Construction

Finnveden Metal Structures AB

12

Impaq Information Management Holding A G

Macrobond Financial AB

46

Construction

Skanska Kraft AB

18

41

45

Foster Wheeler

Huber + Suhner AG

Llentab AB

Manufacturing

Manufacturing 11

17

40

Electrolux Contracting AB

18

62

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

43

10 Faserplast

Financial and insurance activities

Manufacturing

42

Manufacturing

Setrab AB

Financial and insurance activities; Financial and insurance activities 61

Crédit Suisse Group Financial and insurance activities

Hosta International AG

Lindab International AB

Elanders AB

Manufacturing 9

Manufacturing 60

Compagnie Financiere du Groupe Michelin

16

39

E.ON Sverige AB Electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply

Kemira Kemi AB Klippan Safety AB

Duni AB Manufacturing

Inver S.p.A.

38

Information and communication

14

Intrum Justitia AB

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

59

Manufacturing

Manufacturing 11

58

Administrative and support service activities

Manufacturing 9 Catzy

International Business Systems AB

8

SEKAB BioFuels and Chemicals AB

Manufacturing

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

Backer BHV AB Manufacturing

57

33 IKEA

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles 7

56

Ikano SA. Manufacturing

Manufacturing 6

IFS Industrial and Financial Systems AB

Securitas AB Administrative and support service activities

Information and communication

Manufacturing; Manufacturing 5

55

Manufacturing

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles 4

HSF Group

Biella Group

Manufacturing; Manufacturing

Manufacturing 6

Cereal Partners Worlwide (CPW )

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles 34

Novo Nordisk Region Europe A/S

35

PRODUS GROUP

Manufacturing 7 Clariant

Manufacturing; Manufacturing

Manufacturing Manufacturing

2015 CityInvestPoland

73


Foreign investors in Poland 36 37

Rehau Gruppe Manufacturing

50

Vorwerk Autotec GmbH & Co. KG

ROCHE FINANCE

Manufacturing

Manufacturing 39

Taiwan

RONAL AG 1

SFS intec Holding AG

Ideal Bike Corporation

Industrial Union of Donbass (ISD)

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

10 Benckiser

Manufacturing 11

Bridgepoint Adviders Europe Limited

12

British Sugar Overseas (BSO) Ltd.

13

Broadway Malyan International Ltd

Financial and insurance activities

Professional, scientific and technical activities 40

sia Abrasives Holding AG

41

Siemens Building Technologies AG

Manufacturing

Thailand 1

Indorama Ventures PCL

Sika AG

43

Société Beaujon

45

1

Sulzer AG

47

Swisspor Holding AG

3 4

Manufacturing Manufacturing; Manufacturing 48

UBS AG

49

Unic AG

Financial and insurance activities

74

Dallas Corporations Sp. z o.o.

3

Koç Holding

Professional, scientific and technical activities

Construction

5 Arcon

Polimer Kauçuk Sanayi Ve Pazarlama.

6 AstraZeneca

Yenigun Construction Industry and Commerce Inc. Professional, scientific and technical activities

Information and communication

CityInvestPoland 2015

15

Caparo Engineering Ltd.

16

Capita plc

17

Central Europe Trust Company PLC

Manufacturing Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing 5

Professional, scientific and technical activities; Financial and insurance activities

Manufacturing 7

Aviva Plc. Financial and insurance activities; Financial and insurance activities

8 Axeon

Manufacturing

Buro Happold Ltd Professional, scientific and technical activities

Aon plc Financial and insurance activities; Professional, scientific and technical activities

Mesa Mesken A.S.

14

Aerogistics Holding Ltd Manufacturing

4

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

Sud Wolle AG

46

Professional, scientific and technical activities

Manufacturing 2

Stadler Rail AG

Manufacturing

20:20 Mobile Group Ltd. Manufacturing

Turkey

Financial and insurance activities Manufacturing

Manufacturing

2 Aedas

Manufacturing

44

1

Manufacturing

Professional, scientific and technical activities 42

United Kingdom

B International Manufacturing

Gdańsk Shipyard Group Manufacturing

3

9

CJSC ZAZ Manufacturing

2

Information and communication; Manufacturing 38

Ukraine 1

18

Clement Holdings Ltd

19

Compass Group International B.V.

Manufacturing

Accommodation and food service activities


Foreign investors in Poland 20

Cornelius Group Plc

21

Cussons Group Ltd.

46 Kingfisher

Manufacturing Manufacturing 22

23

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles 47

DDB Holding Europe

25

Manufacturing 48 Lotte

Doosan Babcock Limited

49

28

European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)

52

Millward Brown International Professional, scientific and technical activities

Farnell element 14 European Commercial Centre

54

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

55

Gardner Group Ltd

56

31

Glaxo SmithKline

32

Goodrich Limited

33

76

77

Old Mutual Plc

79

Panasonic Europe Ltd

Sumitomo Electric Wiring System Europe Ltd. Summit Motors Investment U.K.

82

T.M.R. Investments Limited

83

Tata Steel International

Manufacturing

Picadilly Capital Investments Ltd

GTS Central Europe

Financial and insurance activities

84

Tate & Lyle PLC

36

Henri Lloyd Limited

37

Holmes Place International

38

Homann Feinkost Gmbh

39

Hsbc Bank Plc

Real estate activities Manufacturing Arts, entertainment and recreation Manufacturing Financial and insurance activities

Project Management Holdings

Provident Financial Plc.

64

40 ICL

Manufacturing

12

Apriso Corporation

13

ATI-Allegheny Technologies Incorporated

14

Autoliv AB

15

AVON International Operations INC.

Manufacturing Construction Information and communication

Manufacturing Manufacturing

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

BNY Mellon

19

BorgWarner Inc

Accommodation and food service activities

20

BorgWarner Inc

91

Turner & Townsend

21

Braaten Companies LLD.

Manufacturing; Manufacturing; Manufacturing

92

Vesusvius plc

22

BRC Holding Property Developments

Royal & SunAlliance Insurance Group Plc

93

Webanywhere Ltd

Financial and insurance activities

94

Willis Group Holdings plc

95

WPP Holdings Ltd

Reuters Group Limited

87

88

The Vita Group

89

Transearch International Administrative and support service activities

90

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Ltd.

Manufacturing Manufacturing

Trusthouse Forte

Manufacturing Manufacturing

Manufacturing Manufacturing Information and communication

Rule Financial Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Rolls Royce Plc. Manufacturing; Manufacturing; Manufacturing; Manufacturing

70

Apollo-Rida Poland Llc.

18

Renold Holding Gmbh

Internet Securities Ltd

44 Kainos

11

BMS Bankruptcy Management Solution

Manufacturing

69

American Axle Manufacturing

17

Manufacturing

42

Kaye Building Systems

Professional, scientific and technical activities

Manufacturing

67

43 Invesco

10

TG Consultants UK Ltd

Regenersis PLC.

Imperial Tobacco Plc

Information and communication

86

Amazon EU S.a.r.L. Professional, scientific and technical activities

Tesco Plc Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

Information and communication

68

9

Becton Dickinson and Company

41

Financial and insurance activities; Financial and insurance activities

85

Alticor Inc. Manufacturing

16

66 Robinson

Professional, scientific and technical activities

Manufacturing

The Aluminium Powder Co. Ltd.

Information and communication; Manufacturing Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing 65

Air Products and Chemicals, Inc. Manufacturing

Financial and insurance activities

R&R Ice Cream Manufacturing

63

Real estate activities 6

Manufacturing

Financial and insurance activities 62

5 AIG/Lincoln

Manufacturing

Professional, scientific and technical activities 61

Acxiom Corporation Information and communication

Manufacturing 80

Professional, scientific and technical activities

Helical Bar plc

4

Manufacturing

81 Synexus

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ACN Inc. Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Transporting and storage

3

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Pharm Research Associates UK Ltd

34 Hays

ACCO Brands Corporation Manufacturing; Manufacturing

Stannah Stairlifts Limited (SA)

78

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60

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NSK Europe Limited

Peak Packaging Ltd

Information and communication

AC Nielsen B.V. Professional, scientific and technical activities

Sony Europe Limited(UK)

57

59

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Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Xerox Ltd. Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

Smiths Group Aerospace Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

Financial and insurance activities

Manufacturing

96

Manufacturing; Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

45

Administrative and support service activities; Professional, scientific and technical activities

Manufacturing

NSG Group

GKN Industries Limited

Information and communication

Manufacturing

53

30

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

Sitel Europe Ltd

Mecom Group plc

Manufacturing

Shell Overseas Holdings Limited

75

51

Gerber Foods Holdings Ltd

73

SISU Capital Ltd.

Manufacturing

activities

Manufacturing

74

Mc Bride Plc

29

Manufacturing

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles 50

Manufacturing 27

Serco Group plc

Marks & Spencer

Drummonds Architectural Antiques Ltd

European Manufacturing Solutions

72

Manufacturing

Financial and insurance activities 26

SABMiller Plc

Latium Plastics Holdings Ltd

Professional, scientific and technical activities Professional, scientific and technical activities 24

71

Manufacturing

Accommodation and food service activities

Manufacturing Professional, scientific and technical

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USA

30

Brown Brothers Harriman

Chatham Financial

Professional, scientific and technical activities

31 Ciber

23

Bunge Limited

32

24

C+N Packaging Inc.

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

26

Financial and insurance activities; Financial and insurance activities

Cargill Inc. Manufacturing

34

CNH Global

35

Colgate-Palmolive America INC

Caterpillar Inc. Manufacturing

Manufacturing

27 CEERES

Manufacturing 28

Central European Recovery Holdings LP CH2M Hill International Inc. Construction

39

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37

40

41

Environ Holdings Inc

Manufacturing; Manufacturing Professional, scientific and technical activities

CPIG (Chicago Poland Investment Group) LLC

48

Manufacturing

49 Epstein

42 43

Epicor Software Corporation Information and communication

Dayco Products LLC

Construction 50

Euronet Wordwide

Manufacturing

51

F & P Holding Company Inc.

Delphi Holding Luxembourg S.a.r.l

52

Federal Express Corporation

53

First Data Corp.

54

Flextronics International

Dell Inc.

Financial and insurance activities Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Information and communication; Information and communication

44 DisplayLink

Conoco Central Europe Inc

45

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Cox Enterprises, Inc.

Manufacturing

Compuware Corporation

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

Dow Corning Enterprises Inc

Information and communication

Manufacturing

Manufacturing 29

Manufacturing

Cisco Systems Inc. Information and communication

46

Automotive, Inc.

33 Citigroup

Manufacturing 25

38 Cooper-Standard

Financial and insurance activities

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Dolby Laboratories, Inc Manufacturing

Manufacturing Manufacturing


Foreign investors in Poland 55

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Ford Motor Credit Company LLC

66

Financial and insurance activities

67 68

FX Energy

59

60

61

69 Hines

Professional, scientific and technical activities; Professional, scientific and technical activities

70

HPP Holdings

GATX Rail Overseas Holding Corporation

71

Illinois Tool Works Inc.

Transporting and storage

72

InfusionDev LLC Manufacturing

Inteva Products France Sas

Kraft Foods

86

Kroll Inc.

Accommodation and food service activities 97

Mars Inc.

98

Masonite International Corporation

Laureate Education, Inc.

88

Lear Corporation

99

McCann-Erickson Worldwide

89

Lee Bell Inc.

90

Legg Mason Inc.

Manufacturing

Manufacturing; Manufacturing

Manufacturing; Manufacturing

Jabil Global Services

78

JDA Software Group, Inc.

79

Johnson Controls Inc.

Professional, scientific and technical activities 100 McDonald

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Accommodation and food service activities

Financial and insurance activities 91

Information and communication

Manufacturing

Arts, entertainment and recreation 96 Marriott

Manufacturing; Manufacturing

87

76 IPC

Construction

Little League International Baseball and Softball

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

H.J Heinz Company

Information and communication 95

Korn Ferry

Information and communication

Information and communication

77

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

75

Manufacturing

Linker Equipment Corporation

94 Lionbridge

85

Innova Capital

General Motors Corporation

Graham Packaging

93

Manufacturing

Administrative and support service activities; Professional, scientific and technical activities

Financial and insurance activities

Google International LLC

Lincoln Electric International Holding Company

Manufacturing

Manufacturing; Manufacturing

Intel Europe Inc.

65

Kimberly Clark Worldwide INC

84

74

Grupa Eaton

82

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

Manufacturing; Professional, scientific and technical activities; Financial and insurance activities

64

Kimball Electronics Group

83 Kodak

Manufacturing

Information and communication 63

81

Construction

73

92

Manufacturing

Hewlett Packard

Gallup Inc

Manufacturing 62

Herbalife International

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles

General Electric Corporation (GE)

JPMorgan Chase & Co. Manufacturing

Financial and insurance activities

Mining and quarrying 58

80

Manufacturing

Fresh Start Bakeries Manufacturing

57

Hamilton Sundstrand

Liberty Global, Inc.

101 McKinsey & Company

Manufacturing

Manufacturing 102 MeadWestvaco (MWV)

Manufacturing; Manufacturing

Manufacturing

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Foreign investors in Poland 103 MetLife, Inc.

Financial and insurance activities; Financial and insurance activities; Financial and insurance activities; Real estate activities; Construction 104 Microsoft Corporation

Information and communication 105 Mini Melts USA, Inc.

Manufacturing 106 Molex Inc

Manufacturing 107 Motorola Inc.

Information and communication 108 Neapco Holdings, LLC

Manufacturing 109 Nesky Inc.

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles 110 Nexteer Automotive

Manufacturing 111 Nexteer Automotive

Manufacturing 112 NHL Novell Holdings Limited

Information and communication 113 Nibco Inc.

Manufacturing 114 Oracle Corporation

Manufacturing; Information and communication 115 Otis Elevator Company

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Manufacturing 116 Owens-Illinois Inc.

Water supply; sewerage; waste managment and remediation activities; Manufacturing 117 Peacock Corporation

Manufacturing 118 Pentair

Manufacturing 119 PepsiCo

Manufacturing 120 PerkinElmer Inc.

Manufacturing

121 Pfizer Inc

Manufacturing 122 Pittsburgh Glass Works LLC

Manufacturing 123 Polimeni International

138 Sheraton Warsaw

Cooperation Accommodation and food service activities 139 Silgan Holdings Inc

Construction

Manufacturing

124 PPG Industries

140 Sirap Gema S P A

Manufacturing 125 Printpack, Inc.

Manufacturing 126 Procter & Gamble

International Manufacturing; Manufacturing 127 ProLogis Inc

Professional, scientific and technical activities; Real estate activities 128 Prudential Financial, Inc.

(PFI)

Manufacturing 141 Smithfield Foods

Manufacturing 142 Sonoco

Manufacturing 143 Sony Pictures Entertainment

Manufacturing; Manufacturing 144 SPX Corporation

Manufacturing 145 StanleyBlack&Decker

Manufacturing

Financial and insurance activities 129 Quintiles Transnational

Information and communication; Professional, scientific and technical activities 130 Rockwell Automation

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles 131 RPM International Inc

Manufacturing 132 S.C. Johnson

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles 133 Sabre Holdings

Information and communication 134 SAS Institute Inc

Manufacturing; Information and communication 135 Schweitzer Maudit

146 State Street Corporation

Manufacturing 147 Stream International INC

Administrative and support service activities 148 Superior Die Set Corporation

Manufacturing 149 Symantec Corporation

Information and communication 150 Synopsys, Inc.

Manufacturing 151 Taylor Nelson Sofres

International Ltd Professional, scientific and technical activities 152 TBWA

Professional, scientific and technical activities 153 Templeton Asset

International

Management Ltd

Manufacturing

Financial and insurance activities

136 Sealed Air Corporation

Manufacturing 137 Selective American Financial

154 Tenneco Global Holding Inc

Manufacturing 155 The Greenbrier Companies,

Enterprises

Inc

Financial and insurance activities

Manufacturing

156 Third Avenue Management

Information and communication 157 TI Automotive Holding

Manufacturing 158 TJX Companies Inc.

Manufacturing 159 TRW Auto Holdings Inc.

Manufacturing 160 TurboCare Inc. (Grupa

Siemens) Manufacturing 161 Tyco Electronics

Manufacturing 162 Ugi Corporation (USA)

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles 163 Unisys Corporation

Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles 164 United Parcel Service Inc.

(UPS) Transporting and storage 165 United Technologies

Corporation Manufacturing 166 US Pharmacia

Manufacturing 167 UTi Worldwide Inc.

Transporting and storage 168 Valassis Ltd

Professional, scientific and technical activities 169 Valeant Pharmaceuticals, Int

Manufacturing 170 Victaulic

Manufacturing 171 Weyerhaeuser

Manufacturing 172 Wm. Wrigley Jr. Company

Manufacturing 173 Woodward Governor

Manufacturing

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Technology Parks in Poland

Technology Parks in Poland AURO Business Park Gliwice Address: Leonarda da Vinci 12 44-109 Gliwice tel.: 32 330 19 53 biuro@auro.com.pl www.auro.com.pl

Sectors covered: Aviation and innovative technologies

Park’s President: Bogusław Holeksa tel.: 32 750 82 32 parklotniczy@parklotniczy.eu

Park’s President: Marek Waliszak tel.: 32 330 19 53 biuro@auro.com.pl

Bełchatow Kleszczow Industrial and Technology Park Address: ul. Przemysłowa 4 97-400 Belchatów tel.: 44 733 11 65 bkppt@ppt.belchatow.pl www.ppt.belchatow.pl Sectors covered: Business services, technology and production

Park’s President: Dariusz Stępczyński tel.: 44 733 11 65 bkppt@ppt.belchatow.pl

Białystok Science and Technology Park Address: Branickiego 9 15-085 Białystok tel.: 85 869 65 42 bpnt@bpnt.bialystok.pl bpnt.bialystok.pl Sectors covered: IT, medycyna

Park’s President: dr Jolanta Koszelew tel.: 85 869 65 42 bpnt@bpnt.bialystok.pl

Bielsko Technology Park of Aviation, Enterprise and Innovation Address: Stefana Kóski 43 43-512 Kaniów tel.: 32 750 82 32 parklotniczy@parklotniczy.eu www.parklotniczy.eu

Boruta Zgierz Industrial Park Address: Plac Jana Pawła IIi nr 19 95-100 Zgierz tel.: 42 716-2297 boruta@umz.zgierz.pl www.zgierz.pl

Park’s President: Jozef Dziemdziela, VP tel.: 500 160 915

tel.: 32 789 53 06 www.gapp.pl Sectors covered: Incubation, innovation

Park’s President: Liliana Cuber - Managing Director tel.: 606 872 176 liliana.cuber@gapp.pl

Częstochowa Industrial Park Address: Al. Najświętszej Maryi Panny 24 lok. 8 42-202 Częstochowa tel.: 34 360 56 88 arr@arr.czestochowa.pl www.czpp.com.pl Sectors covered: New technology, IT, energy, construction, real estate

Park’s President: Bukowice Industrial Park Address: ul. Zagloby 22 54-514 Bukowice tel.: 602 788 163 office@bukowiceip.com www.bukowiceip.com Sectors covered: Production, logistics, petrochemicals

Park’s President: Artur Luczkowiec tel.: 606-241-094

Bydgoszcz Industrial and Technology Park Address: B. Raczkowskiego 11 85-862 Bydgoszcz tel.: 52 365 33 10 biuro@bppt.pl www.bppt.pl Sectors covered: metalworking, plastics, building materials.

Park’s President: Andrzej Półgrabski tel.: 52 365 33 10 andrzej.polgrabski@bppt.pl

Bytom Industrial Park Address: ul. Siemianowicka 98 41-902 Bytom

Marcin Kozak tel.: 34 360 56 88 arr@arr.czestochowa.pl

Dolnośląski Technology Park “T-Park” Address: ul. Szczawieńska 2 58-310 Szczawno-Zdrój tel.: 74 648 04 50 info@t-park.pl www.t-park.pl Sectors covered: IT, modern financial services, renewable energy

Park’s President: Sławomir Hunek tel.: 48 74 648 04 00 darr@darr.pl

EkoPark w Piekarach Śląskich Sp. z o.o. Address: Roździeńskiego 38 41-943 Piekary Śląskie tel.: 32 289 04 84 biuro@ekopark.piekary.pl www.ekopark.piekary.pl Sectors covered: production and manufacturing

alina.karnabal@ekopark.piekary.pl

Elbląg Technology Park Address: ul. Stanisława Sulimy 1 82-300 Elbląg tel.: 55 239 34 67 biuro@ept.umelblag.pl www.ept.umelblag.pl Sectors covered: Metallurgy, environmental sector, ICT, furniture sector

Park’s President: Paweł Lulewicz tel.: 55 237 47 62, 664 019 197 dyrektor@ept.umelblag.pl

Eureka Technology Park Poznań Address: ul. Innowatorów 8 62-070 Dąbrowa k/Poznania, 62070 Dopiewo tel.: 61 660-1214 biuro@eureka-tp.pl, kontakt@ eurekagroup.pl www.eureka-tp.pl Sectors covered: Technology

Park’s President: Michal Wisniewski - Manager tel.: 512-391-875 m.wisniewski@eurekagroup.pl

Euro-Centrum Science and Technology Park Address: Ligocka 103 40-568 Katowice tel.: 32 205 00 92 kontakt@euro-centrum.com.pl www.euro-centrum.com.pl Sectors covered: Construction, energy, renewable energy, IT and innovation

Park’s President: Roman Trzaskalik tel.: 32 205 00 92 kontakt@euro-centrum.com.pl

Park’s President: Alina Karnabał tel.: 32 289 04 84

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Technology Parks in Poland Euro-Centrum ScienceTechnology Park Address: Ligocka 103 40-568 Katowice tel.: 32 205 00 92 kontakt@euro-centrum.com.pl www.euro-centrum.com.pl Sectors covered: Renewable energy, energy-efficient buildings

Park’s President: Katarzyna Papiez-Pawelczak tel.: 32 783 4332 k.papiez@euro-centrum.com.pl

Gdańsk Science and Technology Park Address: Trzy Lipy 3 80-172 Gdańsk tel.: 58 739 61 17 office@gpnt.pl www.gpnt.pl Sectors covered: energetyka, IT, biotechnologia

Park’s President: Teresa Kamińska tel.: 58 555 97 10 sekretariat@strefa.gda.pl

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Goleniow Industrial Park Address: Plac Lotników 1 72-100 Goleniów tel.: 91 469 82 00 promocja2goleniow.pl www.goleniow.pl Sectors covered: wood and paper products, food processing, logistics and transport

Green Industrial Park Address: Tarnów tel.: 14 688 28 00

Marek Turek tel.: 76 723 54 40 sekretariat@kghm.letia.pl

Park’s President: Łukasz Fus - Inspektor l.fus@umt.tarnow.pl

Grudziądz Industrial Park Address: Budowlanych 7 86-300 Grudziądz tel.: 56 450 61 13 j.blazynska@gpp.grudziadz.pl www.gpp.grudziadz.pl Sectors covered: production, logistics

Park’s President: Joanna John - Błażyńska tel.: 56 450 61 13 j.blazynska@ gpp.grudziadz.pl

Industrial and Technology Park - Stargard Szczeciński Address: ul. Czarnieckiego 17 73-110 Stargard Szczeciński tel.: 48 91 578 31 68 m.winnicki@um.stargard.pl www.stargard.pl

Industrial Park of Gmina Leżajsk Address: Wierzawice 874 37-300 Leżajsk tel.: 17 242 60 94 sm-park@sm-park.pl www.sm-park.pl

Kielce Technology Park Address: ul.Olszewskiego 6 25-663 Kielce tel.: 41 278 72 00 biuro@technopark.kielce.pl www.technopark.kielce.pl

Park’s President: Szymon Mazurkiewicz - Director tel.: 41 278 72 00 szymon.mazurkiewicz@technopark. kielce.pl

Koszalina Science and Technology Park Address: ul. Racławicka 15-17 75-620 Koszalin tel.: 94 347 84 16 parknt@tu.koszalin.pl www.pnt.tu.koszalin.pl

Krakow Technology Park Address: Al. Jana Pawła II 41 L 31-864 Kraków tel.: 48 12 640 19 40 biuro@sse.krakow.pl sse.krakow.pl Sectors covered: IT, BPO/SSC

Park’s President: Wiesława Kornaś-Kita tel.: 48 12 640 19 40

Park’s President: Robert Krupowicz - mayor of the gmina tel.: 91 469 82 02 rkrupowicz@goleniow.pl

Górnośląski Technology Park (GPP) Address: ul. Konduktorska 39A 40-155 Katowice tel.: 32 781 20 00 gpp@gppkatowice.pl www.gppkatowice.pl Sectors covered: BPO, SSC, R&D, IT

Park’s President: Justyna Bartecka, promotion and development justyna.bartecka@gppkatowice.pl

INVEST-PARK Białogard Address: ul. Kołobrzeska 58 78-200 Białogard tel.: 600 899 138 biuro@investparkbialogard.pl www.investparkbialogard.pl

KGHM Letia Legnica Technology Park Address: ul. Rycerska 24 59-220 Legnica tel.: 76 723 54 40 sekretariat@kghm.letia.pl www.letia.pl Sectors covered: Environmental protection, waste, metals

Park’s President:

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Kutno Agricultural-Industrial Park Address: Pl. Marsz. J. Piłsudskiego 18 99-300 Kutno tel.: 24 254 24 17, 24 253 11 00 urzad@um.kutno.pl www.um.kutno.pl Sectors covered: Packaging, plastics processing, food sector, logistics

Park’s President: Zbigniew Burzyński - president of the city tel.: 24 253 11 02 m.kostrzewa@um.kutno.pl

Kwidzyń Industrial and Technology Park Address:

Górki 3 82-500 Kwidzyn tel.: 55 279 70 79 kppt@kppt.pl www.kppt.pl Sectors covered: Renewable energy, environmental protection

Park’s President: Tomasz Karas tel.: 608-668-693 Tomasz.karas@kppt.pl

Life Science Park Kraków Address: Bobrzyńskiego 14 30-348 Kraków tel.: 12 297 46 00 jci@jci.pl www.jci.pl Sectors covered: Biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, environmental protection, nanotechnology, cosmetics

Park’s President: Paweł Błachno tel.: 48 12 297 46 00 jci@jci.pl

Łódz Regional Science and Technology Park Address: Dubois 114/116 93-465 Łódź tel.: 42 684 44 44 biuro@technopark.lodz.pl www.technopark.lodz.pl Sectors covered: biotech, nanotechnology, biophysics, IT

Park’s President: Andrzej Styczeń tel.: 42 684 44 44 a.styczen@technopark.lodz.pl

Lubuski Industrial and Technology Park Address: Stary Rynek 1 65-001 Zielona Góra tel.: 601 554 897 info@lppt.pl www.lppt.pl Sectors covered: Electronics, electrical engineering, IT, automotive

Park’s President: Arkadiusz Kowalewski tel.: 601 554 89 7 arkadiusz.kowalewski@lppt.pl


Technology Parks in Poland LUVENA Industrial Park Address: ul. Romana Maya 1 62-030 Luboń tel.: 61 890 01 30 patryk.szymanski@luvena.pl www.luvena.pl

Opole Science and Technology Park Address: ul. Prószkowska 76 45-710 Opole tel.: 77 449 80 68 info@opnt.pl www.opnt.pl

Park’s President: Mielec Industrial Park Address: Chopina 18 39-300 Mielec tel.: 17 773 82 56 marr@marr.com.pl www.marr.com.pl Sectors covered: aviation, automobile sector

Park’s President: Zdzisław Klonowski tel.: 17 773 82 56 zdzislaw_klonowski@marr.com.pl

MMC Brainville Address: ul. Myśliwska 2 33-300 Nowy Sącz tel.: 18 449 94 63 biuro@brainville.pl www.brainville.pl Sectors covered: IT

Park’s President: Małgorzata Szostkiewicz tel.: 18 449 94 63

Nickel Technology Park Poznań Address: Krzemowa 1 62-002 Suchy Las, Złotniki tel.: 61 658 54 99 natalia.uchman@ntpp.pl www.ntpp.pl Sectors covered: Office space rental, labs, services, and business support

Park’s President: Dagmara Nickel tel.: 61 658 54 99 biuro@ntpp.pl

Nowa Ruda Industrial Park Address: ul. Kłodzka 27 57-402 Nowa Ruda - Słupiec tel.: 74 872 50 25 arr@agroreg.com.pl www.npp.agroreg.com.pl

Jan Klimkiewicz, president tel.: 77-400-0435 j.klimkiewicz@po.opole.pl

Podkarpackie Science and Technology Park “Aeropolis” (PPNT) Address: ul. Szopena 51 35-959 Rzeszów tel.: 17 852 43 76 aeropolis@rarr.rzeszow.pl www.aeropolis.com.pl; www.rarr. rzeszow.pl Sectors covered: Aviation, IT, chemistry, electrical engineering, biotechnology

Park’s President: Park NaukowoTechnologiczny w Ełku Address:

Barbara Kostyra - Dyrektor Parku tel.: 17 867 62 06 bkostyra@rarr.rzeszow.pl

Podmiejska 5 19-300 Ełk tel.: 87 732 61 63 info@technopark.elk.pl www.technopark.elk.pl Sectors covered: chemicals, IT, food sector, machining.

Pomeranian Science and Technology Park Address:

Park’s President: Daniel Kulig tel.: 87 732 61 59 d.kulig@technopark.elk.pl

Park Przemysłowy Mechaniczne Address: Kochanowskiego 33-100 Tarnów tel.: 14 627 75 93 sekretariat@tkp.com.pl www.tkp.com.pl Sectors covered: electro-machinery; materials engineering; biotechnology, renewable energy

Park’s President: Zbigniew Proć tel.: 14 627 75 94 sekretariat@tkp.com.pl

Płock Industrial and Technology Park Address: ul. Zglenickiego 42 09-411 Płock tel.: 24 364 03 56 michal.dzierzawski@pppt.pl www.pppt.pl

Park’s President: Michal Dzierzawski, Investor Services and marketing tel.: 24 364 03 50 michal.dzierzawski@pppt.pl

Aleja Zwycięstwa 96/98 81-451 Gdynia tel.: 58 698 21 70 gci@gci.gdynia.pl www.ppnt.pl Sectors covered: Biotechnology, environment, ICT, engineering, automation, robotics, multimedia, design, social innovation

Park’s President: Anna Borkowska tel.: 58 698 21 25 a.borkowska@gci.gdynia.pl

Poznań Science and Technology Park Address: Rubież 46 61-612 Poznań tel.: 61 827 97 00 ppnt@ppnt.poznan.pl www.ppnt.poznan.pl Sectors covered: IT, physics, genetic testing, chemistry, geology

Park’s President: Bogdan Marciniec tel.: 61 827 97 00 fundacjauam@ppnt.poznan.pl

Puławy Science and Technology Park Address: Mościckiego 1 24-110 Puławy tel.: 81 464 63 16 biuro@ppnt.pulawy.pl www.ppnt.pulawy.pl Sectors covered: Chemical industry, services and related information

Park’s President: Halina Mączka - Director tel.: 81 464 63 16 h.maczka@ppnt.pulawy.pl

Silesia Industrial and Technology Park Address: ul. Szyb Walenty 26 41-700 Ruda Śląska tel.: 32 78 95 101 sekretariat@sppt.pl www.sppt.pl

Solec Kujawski Industrial Park Address: ul. 23 Stycznia 7 86-050 Solec Kujawski tel.: 52 387 12 25 solec@soleckujawski.pl

Park’s President: vice-mayor, Teresa Substyk tel.: 52 387 12 25 solec@soleckujawski.pl

Sosnowiecki Science and Technology Park Address: ul. Wojska Polskiego 8 41-208 Sosnowiec tel.: 32 778 91 00 spnt@arl.org.pl www.spnt.sosnowiec.pl

Park’s President: Monika Zając - Dyrektor SPNT tel.: 32 778 91 00 monika.zajac@arl.org.pl

Stargard Technology Park Address: ul Pierwszej Brygady 35 73-110 Stargard Szczeciński tel.: 91 834 90 88 michal.kieliszak@sarl.pl www.sarl.pl

Suwałki Science-Technology Park “Poland East” Address: ul. Innowacyjna 1 16-400 Suwałki tel.: 87 564 22 00 park@park.suwalki.pl www.park.suwalki.pl Sectors covered: IT, Renewable energy, Emergency Medical, Industrial Chemistry

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Technology Parks in Poland Park’s President: Wiktor Marcin Raczkowski tel.: 87 564 22 22 park@park.suwalki.pl

Sectors covered: IT, automation, robotics, training

Park’s President: Jan Kosmol tel.: 32 335 85 00 jan.kosmol@technopark.gliwice.pl

Synergy Park Address: Al. Korfantego 141A 40-154 Katowice (located close to Gliwice) tel.: 32 720 40 77; 722 044 044 www.synergypark.pl

Szczeciń Science and Technology Park Address: ul. Niemierzyńska 17a 71-441 Szczecin tel.: 91 85 22 911 biuro@spnt.pl www.technopark-pomerania.pl

Park’s President: Grzegorz Fiuk, chairman tel.: 91 852 29 12 gfiuk@spnt.pl

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Technopark ScienceTechnology Park (Gliwice) Address: ul. Konarskiego 18C 41-100 Gliwice tel.: 32 335 85 00 info@technopark.gliwice.pl www.technopark.gliwice.pl

Toruń Technology Park Address: ul. Włocławska 167 87-100 Toruń tel.: 56 654 88 24 sekretariat@technopark.org.pl www.technopark.org.pl

Vistula Park Address: ul. Wojska Polskiego 124 86-100 Świecie tel.: 52 333 23 31 promocja@swiecie.eu www.swiecie.eu

Włocławska Zone Industrial and Technology Park Address: Krzywa Góra 87-800 Włocławek tel.: 48 54 414 42 30 strefa@um.wloclawek.pl www.wloclawek.pl/strefa Sectors covered: Storage, chemicals, metals, companies in the “knowledge” sector

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Wroclaw Industrial Park Address: Fabryczna 10 53-609 Wrocław tel.: 71 35 65 556 wpp@wpp.wroc.pl www.wpp.wroc.pl Sectors covered: construction, electrical and electronics, IT, metallurgy, transport and logistics

Park’s President: Paweł Kowalczewski - prezes zarządu Dozamel Sp. z o.o., tel.: 71 35 65 701 sekretariat@dozamel.pl

Wrocław Industrial Park (WPP) Address: Fabryczna 10 53-609 Wrocław tel.: 48 71 356 55 56 wpp@wpp.wroc.pl www.wpp.wroc.pl Sectors covered: Construction, electrical engineering, IT, construction welded-production, metal, machining

Żorski Industrial Park Address: ul. Boczna 8 44-240 Żory tel.: 32 730 48 90

Publisher: BiznesPolska Sp.z o.o. ul. Długa 44/50, bud. D, lok 704, 00-241 Warszawa tel./fax: 022 831 7062 Research Director: Magdalena Adamczyk madamczyk@biznespolska.pl Marketing Executive: Wiktor Gliński wglinski@biznespolska.pl President: Thom Barnhardt barnhardt@biznespolska.pl

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International Chambers of Commerce in Poland Advantage Austria ul. Królewska 16 00-103 Warsaw tel. +48 22 586 4466 Advantageaustria.org Ernst Kopp, Commmercial Attache

American Chamber of Commerce ul. Emilii Plater 53 00-113 Warsaw tel. +48 22 520 5999 amcham.com.pl  Joseph Wancer, Chairman

Belgian Business Chamber 

tel. +48 22 583 1207 icc.org.pl  Kenny Morgan, President

Kotra – Korea Business Center  ul. Emilii Plater 53 00-113 Warszawa tel. +48 22 520 6230  Park, Bong Seok, Director

Netherlands-Polish Chamber of Commerce  Al. Jana Pawła II 29 00-867 Warsaw tel. +48 22 653 7652

Polish Canadian Chamber of Commerce  ul. Nowogrodzka 11 00-513 Warsaw tel. +48 609-370-759 pccc.pl  Michael Miasek, President

Indo Polish Chamber of Commerce and Industry  ul. Taśmowa 7 bldg D 8th Floor 02-677 Warsaw tel. +48 22 520 2802 ipcci.pl  J.J. Singh, President

Al. Jerozolimskie 92 00-807 Warsaw tel. +48 22 456 4009 belgium.pl  Bruno Lambrecht, Chairman

French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Poland  ul. Widok 8 00-023 Warsaw tel. +48 22 696 7580 ccifp.pl  Maciej Witucki, President

German-Polish Chamber of Industry and Commerce  ul. Miodowa 14 00-246 Warsaw tel. +48 22 531 0500 ahk.pl  Piotr Maria Sliwicki, President

Irish Chamber of Commerce in Poland  ul. Mysia 5 00-496 Warsaw

ul. Zimna 2/2 00-138 Warsaw tel. +48 22 654 7373 prihp.com.pl  Hanna Wielgosz, President

Polish-Spanish Chamber of Commerce  ul. Arabska 9 03-977 Warsaw tel. +48 22 511 1570 phig.pl  Stefan Bekir Assanowicz, President

ul. Chmielna 101/102 80-748 Gdansk tel. +48 58 763 1469 psig.com.pl  Tadeusz Iwanowski, President

ul. Nowogrodzka 12/3 00-511 Warsaw tel. +48 22 622 2056 bpcc.org.pl  Antoni Reczek, Chairman

ul. Janackova 10 702 00 Ostrava tel. +420 596 612 230 opolsku.cz  Jiri Cienciala, Chairman

Polish-Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry 

Polish-Swedish Chamber of Industry and Commerce 

British Polish Chamber of Commerce 

Czech-Polish Chamber of Commerce 

tel. +48 531 882 555 prcc.org.pl  Jan Ziemecki, President

Polish-Swiss Chamber of Commerce  nlchamber.com.pl  Geert Embrechts, Chairman

Polish-Belarussian Chamber of Commerce and Industry  ul. Kopernika 30 00-336 Warsaw tel. +48 22 828 5102 pbihp.pl  Jozef Lochowski

Polish-Brazilian Chamber of Commerce  ul. Trębacka 4 00-074 Warsaw tel. +48 601 330363 izbapol-braz.com  Janusz Wiśniewski, President

Polish-Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce  ul. Bobrowiecka 4A lok 54 00-728 Warsaw tel. +48 22 642 6960  Vladislav Angelov, President

Polish-Italian Chamber of Commerce  ul. Kredytowa 8/26 00-062 Warsaw tel. +48 22 828 2008 cciip.pl  Donato Di Gilio, President

Polish-Kazakh Chamber of Industry  ul. Trębacka 4 00-074 Warsaw tel. +48 22 630 9782 pkihp.pl/  Piotr Guzowski, Prezes

Polish-Portugese Chamber of Commerce  Al. Niepodległości 69 02-626 Warsaw tel. +48 22 322 7667 ppcc.pl  Pedro Pereira da Silva, Chairman

Polish-Romanian Chamber of Commerce  ul. Trębacka 4 00-074 Warsaw

Al. Niepodległości 69 02-626 Warsaw tel. +48 22 322 7625 swisschamber.pl  Marek Kondrat, President

Polish-Turkish Chamber of Commerce  ul. Trębacka 4 00-074 Warsaw tel. +48 22 630 9783 ptcoc.eu  Marek Nowakowski, President

Polish-Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce  ul. Szpitalna 1/28 00-020 Warsaw tel. +48 22 827 0081 puizba.pl  Maciej Pilat, President

Scandinavian-Polish Chamber of Commerce  ul. Wiśniowa 40B/9 02-520 Warsaw tel. +48 22 849 7414 spcc.pl  Carsten Nilsen, President

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For direct investors in Poland, CityInvest Poland is a complete directory of key contacts at cities, regional authoritites, various business...

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