Thanks to the subsidies from the European structural and cohesive funds, Poland has experienced a dynamic growth in infrastructure, especially in the road infrastructure. Rail infrastructure is dense and regularly modernized. Poland has 15 airports, as well as sea ports by the Baltic Sea.
14 Special Economic Zones (SEZ) which will be active by 2026, as well as Industrial and Technological Parks (ITP) offer many facilities and easements for the companies situated there (tax credits, easy access to workforce, cooperation…).
Foreign investors enjoy a vast array of choice in real estate: offices, warehouses, logistic centers, plants or investment territories, which can be financed in various ways: through leasing, loans or rental.
Dynamic Manufacturer and Exporter
– The No 4 European manufacturer and one of the biggest exporters of timber with the sale of windows at 12 million pieces in 2014;
– The No 5 exporter of furniture globally, mainly to the German (40%), French, British and Czech markets, with exports totaling 7.5 billion Euros in 2014;
– The No 6 agri-food producer in the European Union and their biggest exporter in Europe; in2014, the value of exports reached 20 billion Euros with a record sale of 1.2 million tons of apples and 135.63 million tons of poultry and meat products; export of dairy products and fish are also great;
– one of the biggest manufacturers of leather and fur from mink (approximately 10 million pieces in 2014), as well as from fox and racoon.