Dutch Frigo invests EUR 10m in freezing plant

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opublikowano: 28-09-2005, 14:04

Warsaw (Puls Biznesu) – Frigo Radom, the Polish subsidiary of Dutch frozen food producer, is going to build a plant in Radom, central Poland.

Warsaw (Puls Biznesu) – Frigo Radom, the Polish subsidiary of Dutch frozen food producer, is going to build a plant in Radom, central Poland.

On a site over 2 hectares big, Frigo wants to start a EUR 10m investment this year, Adam Wlodarczyk from Radom local authorities and the special economic zone commented. The plant will employ 150 people.It is too early to talk about details. Local authorities have agreed to lease the land for 10 years. Now, the investor may start getting necessary permissions, Bozena Porczynska, deputy spokesperson of Radom’s president said.They will probably sell their production abroad. In Poland, we have enough capacity in all parts of the market, and competition is very big, Adam Basalaj, the CEO of Frosta frozen food producer commented.In his opinion, Belgian and Dutch companies fear competition of cheap Polish vegetables and therefore they invest in Poland. They may be interested in the Polish market, too. In Poland, 2.5 kg of frozen vegetables are eaten annually by one person while in Western Europe it is 8-15 kg.

Poland/Enterprises/Food

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