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Legnica SEZSpecial Economic Zone Legnica



Established in 1997, the Legnica Special Economic Zone occupies part of the Lower Silesia Province in south-western Poland, it is one of the most dynamically developing regions in Poland. Locating investments in this Voivodeship is chosen for its convenient location near the German and Czech borders, it’s dense network of constantly developing roads and railways, which ensure connections with neighbouring regions - both Polish and European, the high growth rate of the region, qualified workforce, as well as the availability of attractive investment areas. The zone covers an area of 1,361,3405 ha, located in the following cities: Chojnów, Głogów, Legnica, Lubin, Zgorzelec and Złotoryja and the communes of: Chojnów, Gromadka, Iłowa, Kostomłoty, Legnickie Pole, Miękinia, Miłkowice, Polkowice, Prochowice, Przemków, Radwanice and Środa Śląska.


Zone map: divided into Voivodships and Poviats

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SEZ map

Advantages and successes of the Legnica SEZ:
  • 18 subzones in the immediate vicinity of the most important communication routes in this part of Europe,
  • a convenient location in the vicinity of the important communication routes: the A4, A8, A18 motorways and expressways S3, S5 and S8, proximity to airports: the international airport in Wrocław, but also the airports in Berlin, Prague and Poznań,
  • a location within 500 km from six European capitals: Prague, Berlin, Bratislava, Vienna, Budapest and Warsaw,
  • convenient connection with the Szczecin-Świnoujście port complex,
  • the international railway line E30 crosses the Zone,
  • access to qualified staff,
  • well-developed system of vocational education,
  • infrastructure available in the Zone: land prepared for investment, roads, media,
  • in addition to the basic assistance offered to companies, LSSE organizes meetings, workshops, training, and the HR Forum. In addition, each entrepreneur has a dedicated supervisor - a person who can help and advise. All this so that companies can develop their business in a friendly environment and with the certainty of obtaining support.

  • The total amount of investment expenditure incurred by all enterprises operating in the Zone, from its inception until now is over PLN 10 billion
  • Total employment in the Zone: 17 thousand jobs created
  • Leading sectors: automotive and metal industry

Major investors in the Zone:

Investor Country of origin Sector
Volkswagen Motor Polska Sp. Z o.o.
Germany
automotive
Sitech Sp. Z o.o. Germany automotive
Winkelmann Sp. Z o.o. Germany metal
Sanden Manufacturing Polska Sp. Z o.o. Japan automotive
BASF Polska Sp. Z o.o. Germany automotive
Gates Polska Sp. Z o.o. USA automotive
Faurecia Legnica Sp. Z o.o. France automotive
Vitro Sp. Z o.o. USA automotive
Lear Corporation Poland II USA automotive
Voss Automotive Polska Sp. Z o.o. Germany automotive
CCC Factory Sp. Z o.o. Poland footwear
PepsiCo Poland USA grocery
H&M Sp. Z o.o. Sweden e-commerce
Xeos Germany aviation


For more detailed information: https://lsse.eu

Zone Managment

Legnica Special Economic Zone S.A.
24, Rycerska Street
59-220 Legnica
phone: +48 76 727 74 70
fax: +48 76 727 74 74
e-mail: lsse@lsse.eu
https://lsse.eu

Contacts for investors:

Magdalena Barczyk-Monteiro
phone: +48 697 890 426
e-mail: monteiro@lsse.eu

Justyna Hubiak
phone: +48 537 770 954
e-mail: hubiak@lsse.eu

Agnieszka Kos
phone: +48 733 770 207
e-mail: kos@lsse.eu

Łukasz Maciejewski
phone: +48 607 770 437
e-mail: maciejewski@lsse.eu

Wiesław Sowiński
phone: +48 607 770 712
e-mail: sowinski@lsse.eu


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