Johnson Controls invests in Gliwice

APA - Austria Presse Agentur
opublikowano: 21-10-2005, 10:57

Warsaw (Puls Biznesu) - Johnson Controls, U.S. listed automotive producer, considers building a plant worth PLN 86m (EUR 22.1m) in Gliwice in special economic zone. It would be the company's second investment in Poland this month.

Warsaw (Puls Biznesu) - Johnson Controls, U.S. listed automotive producer, considers building a plant worth PLN 86m (EUR 22.1m) in Gliwice in special economic zone. It would be the company's second investment in Poland this month.

Today, Johnson Controls board is holding a meeting to decide about details concerning the new project. The plant in Gliwice is to produce car electronics. The investment will create 500 jobs. Poland competes with Slovakia and Romania in this project. Last week, Johnson Controls said it would build another plant in Siemianowice and invest EUR 35m. The company refused to comment.

We do not talk about future investments, Ina Longwitz from Europe Communications said.

The Polish negotiators are more eager to talk.

We care very much to get this investments because Johnson Controls is a big international company. Both projects will create 1,400 new jobs. We have prepared two long-term subsidy programmes for the investor, Sebastian Mikosz, deputy CEO of the Polish investment agency PAIIZ said.

Long-term programmes have not been approved by the government yet.

In case of Siemianowice project, we may offer subsidy of PLN 70.3m. The Gliwice project might receive PLN 37.8m of subsidies, Marcin Kaszuba, deputy Minister of Economy said.

 (PLN 1 = EUR 0.256)

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