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Słupsk SEZSpecial Economic Zone Słupsk



The Słupsk Special Economic Zone was established in 1997. The area under the jurisdiction of the SEZ Manager covers Central Pomerania and one Poviat in Wielkopolska - in 97 Communes. The total area is 20,049 km2. The existing transport routes are national roads no.: 6, 10, 11, 20, 21, 22 and 25 and a large network of voivodeship roads. National road No. 6 (Kołbaskowo-Trójmiasto), partially modernized and adapted to the standard of the S6 expressway, is an element of the international European route east-west E28 (Germany-Poland-Russia-Lithuania-Belarus). Railway routes no.: 202 (Gdańsk - Starogard) and 405 (Piła - Ustka) run through the area. The nearest passenger airports are located in Gdańsk (Rębiechowo), Szczecin (Goleniów), Bydgoszcz (Szwederowo), Poznań (Ławica), with sea ports in Gdańsk, Gdynia and Świnoujście.

Zone map: divided into Voivodships and Poviats

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SEZ map

Advantages and successes of the Słupsk SEZ:
  • the area in terms of geographical location, i.e. in the north of the country, is an advantageous place to establish and develop economic cooperation, with the Scandinavian and Baltic countries,
  • access of the region to the Baltic Sea and sea ports in Gdańsk, Gdynia and Świnoujście, as well as local sea ports in Kołobrzeg, Darłowo and Ustka,
  • relatively lower, compared to urban agglomerations, labor and living costs,
  • diverse natural resources, including clean air and favorable natural conditions for investments in the renewable energy sector,
  • a large number of Polish investments in the SME sector,
  • large, compact investment areas intended for industry and services,
  • access to the Berlin-Szczecin-Gdańsk-Kaliningrad-Vilnius-Minsk route - one of the most important arteries connecting Western and Eastern Europe,
  • Słupsk Technology Incubator - a modern tool created by PARR S.A. for the incubation of new businesses.

  • The total amount of capital expenditure incurred by all the companies operating in the Zone, since its inception until now: approx. PLN 2,500,000,000
  • Total employment in the Zone: 6500 jobs created
  • Leading sectors: the industrial sector and the renewable energy sector, ie wind farms and solar farms

Major investors in the Zone:

Investor Country of origin Sector
KRONOSPAN POLSKA Sp. z o.o.
Cyprus
production of wood-based floorpanels
ALBATROS ALUMINIUM Sp. z o.o. Poland production of aluminum profiles
NORDGLASS II Sp. z o.o. Poland production of car windows
PAULA FISH Sławomir Gojdź Sp. j. Poland cold store warehousing and transport services
OZEN PLUS Sp. z o.o. Poland production of charcoal briquettes
Q4Glass, ABJ Investors Sp. z o.o. Spółka Komandytowa Poland production of glass for the construction industry
ROTHO Sp. z o.o. Germany plastics processing
AJ FABRYKA MEBLI Sp. z o.o. Sweden furniture manufacture
LEANN STAŃCZYK S.A. Poland metal industry
Stako Sp. z o.o. / Worthington Cylinders Luxembourg production of gas tanks
ELFA MANUFACTURING POLAND Sp. z o.o. Sweden metal industry


For more detailed information: www.sse.slupsk.pl

Zone Management

Pomeranian Regional Development Agency S.A., managing the area of the Słupsk Special Economic Zone and the Słupsk Technology Incubator

ul. Obrońców Wybrzeża 2
76-200 Słupsk
phone: +48 59 840 11 73
e-mail: office@parr.slupsk.pl / promocja@parr.slupsk.pl
www.sse.slupsk.pl

Contacts for investors:

Bartosz Świtała - Promotion and Real Estate Manager
mobile: +48 604 450 206
e-mail: bartek@parr.slupsk.pl

Michał Kubera - Technical services and promotion specialist
mobile: +48 660 224 949
e-mail: m.kubera@parr.slupsk.pl

Monika Walczyk - Graphic Design and Sales Specialist
mobile: +48 607 303 880
e-mail: m.walczyk@parr.slupsk.pl


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