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High Technologies Industrial Park in Stargard

Name: High Technologies Industrial Park in Stargard

Type of park: industrial park

Managing entity: Stargard Municipality

Stage of development: fully developed

SEZ status: yes


High Technologies Industrial Park is situated only 36 kilometers southeast of Szczecin, 40 kilometers from the western Polish border, approx. 35 kilometers from the international airport in Goleniów, 120 kilometers from the ferry terminal in Świnoujście and 180 kilometers from Berlin.

Sectoral profile

The offer is aimed mainly at investors being the leaders of innovations in their business, who introduce modern, innovative technologies not only in their products but also in the production process, environmental protection, etc.

Park's offer

High Technologies Industrial Park, the area of which is 850 ha, offers 170 ha of available plots. The available plots are flat and bearing. The most of the plots are developed, in terms of roads and utilities infrastructure. It is also worth mentioning that Stargard Municipality has just begun the implementation of a partnership project, the aim of which is to develop the area of approximately 20 ha (co-financed by the EU).

Thanks to the General Directorate for National Roads and Motorways’ investment project, which led to the construction of a bypass of Stargard as a part of national road nr 10, and the Town’s investment project (co-financed with EU funding) of building an access road for the industrial area, the High Technologies Industrial Park offers direct access to number 10 national road and to the town centre. Thanks to the investment of the Municipal Infrastructure Company, also co-financed by the EU, the investment grounds have access to water and sewage network, and activities undertaken by power, gas and telecom suppliers provided access to full range of utilities.

Aerial view of High Technologies Industrial Park, photo: Town Office in Stargard
Aerial view of High Technologies Industrial Park, photo: Town Office in Stargard

Regional aid for investors - one of the most important elements of the Park’s investment offer is the resolution passed in April 2007 by the Town Council in Stargard on regional aid for investors. Its aim was to determine conditions of granting aid to entrepreneurs for creating new investments or new work places connected with new investments in Stargard. The aid proposed in the resolution has a form of property tax exemption. The scope of exemption includes land, buildings, constructions or their parts constituting new investments, intended for economic activities. The aid is aimed at entrepreneurs whose profile of investment project is production. Investors should apply for public aid grant before making their first qualified expenditure. Investor can obtain regional public aid for:

  • a new investment (investing the amount exceeding 100 000 Euros and completing the investment within 48 months from filing the application),
  • buying a company which is under liquidation and creating new workplaces (creating 50 new workplaces in the company bought within 12 months from filing the application),
  • creating new workplaces connected to the new investment (creating at least 50 new workplaces within 3 years from the completion of the investment project).

Aid given on the basis of the resolution is added up to every other aid appropriated for realization of the same investment or new job creation in connection with the same investment, regardless of its form and origin and cannot exceed the maximum determined aid intensity.

More information: www.stargard.pl/dla-biznesu/biznes-pobierz-pomoc-publiczna

Investors in High Technologies Industrial Park

Thirteen investors have decided to invest in High Technologies Industrial Park. Companies operating in the Industrial Park, amongst others, are:

  • Bridgestone Stargard - producer of rubber products and tyres. The company was established in 1931 in Japan, and invested in Stargard at the end of 2006.  Bridgestone Stargard produces tyres. The company employs about 1000 people. It’s situated on the plot of 100 ha.

Bridgestone Stargard; photo: Town Office in Stargard
Bridgestone Stargard; photo: Town Office in Stargard

  • Cargotec Poland/ Hiab/ Kalmar - Finnish company producing machines and cranes. In Stargard, there are two brands of Cargotec: Hiab and Kalmar, which employ in total approx. 1800 people. Hiab produces, amongst others, cargo cranes. Kalmar operates in the field of  cargo and load handling solutions.

Cargotec; photo: Town Office in Stargard
Cargotec; photo: Town Office in Stargard

  • Radiometer Solution - Danish medical company, producer of reagents needed for blood analyses.

Radiometer Solutions; photo: Radiometer Solutions
Radiometer Solutions; photo: Radiometer Solutions


City  Hall in Stargard
Hetmana Stefana Czarnieckiego 17 Str.
73-110 Stargard
Tel.: +48  91 814 39 16
E-mail: investor@um.stargard.pl  

(Last update: December 2019)

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