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Pomeranian SEZPomeranian Special Economic Zone



The Pomeranian Special Economic Zone was established in 2001 and operates in 226 Communes, in the Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship and in the eastern part of the Pomeranian Voivodeship. Industrial areas are located on the main communication routes - the A1 motorway, international airports (Gdańsk and Bydgoszcz) as well as the sea ports (Gdańsk and Gdynia).

Zone map: divided into Voivodships and Poviats

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SEZ map

Advantages and successes of the Pomeranian SEZ:
  • a comprehensive service for domestic and foreign investors, including income tax exemption and investment advice,
  • projects complementing and expanding the activities of the zone, including: Gdańsk Science and Technology Park, which stimulates innovative entrepreneurship, supports startups and companies,
  • The Baltic Port of New Technology in Gdynia located on the former grounds of Gdynia Shipyard - supports the reconstruction and development of the shipbuilding and maritime industries, bringing together the largest companies of these industries in the region,
  • Industrial Robot Programming Center and MOLANOTE laboratories.

  • The total amount of capital expenditure incurred by all the companies operating in the Zone, since its start until now: over PLN 13 billion
  • Total employment in the Zone: over 30 thousand jobs created
  • Leading sectors: pharmaceutical, electronics, metal, machinery and furniture

Major investors in the Zone:

Investor Country of origin Sector
Anwil S.A.
Poland
chemical industry
Bridgestone Stargard sp. z o.o. Japan tire production
Cargotec Poland sp. z o.o. Finland manufacture of lifting equipment
Ciech Soda Polska S.A. Poland chemical industry
Flextronics International Poland sp. z o.o. Sweden electronics industry
Iglotex S.A. Poland manufacture of grocery products
International Paper Cellulose Fibers (Poland) sp. z o.o. USA manufacture of hygiene products
Jabil Poland sp. z o.o. USA electrotechnical industry
Lacroix Electronics sp. z o.o. France electrotechnical industry
Lafarge Cement S.A. France manufacture of cement
Mondi Świecie S.A. Netherlands paper industry
MrGarden sp. z o.o. Poland wooden furniture
Pekabex Pref S.A. Poland engineering services
Plastica sp. z o.o. Poland manufacture of medical, hygienic and cosmetic products
Solvay Poland sp. z o.o. Belgium chemical industry
SPX Flow Technology Poland sp. z o.o. USA machine industry
Unilever Polska S.A. Netherlands ice cream production
Zakłady Farmaceutyczne "Polpharma" S.A. Poland pharmaceutical industry


For more detailed information: www.strefa.gda.pl

Zone Management

Pomeranian Special Economic Zone sp. z o. o.
ul. Władysława IV 9
81-703 Sopot
phone: +48 58 740 43 00
e-mail: sekretariat@strefa.gda.pl
www.strefa.gda.pl

Contacts for investors:

Jacek Formela - Director-Investment Dept.
phone: +48 58 740 43 20, +48 601 670 204
e-mail: j.formela@strefa.gda.pl

Joanna Gasek - Deputy Director-Investment Dept.
phone: +48 605 676 600
e-mail: j.gasek@strefa.gda.pl

Igor Nagraba - Team Leader for Investor and International Cooperation
phone: +48 601 673 144
e-mail: i.nagraba@strefa.gda.pl

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