Lenovo invests in south-western Poland

opublikowano: 11-01-2007, 15:39

Warsaw (Puls Biznesu) – Lenovo, which bought IBM Personal Computing, wants to assemble computers in Poland. The project is not very big but the company will employ 500-800 people.

Warsaw (Puls Biznesu) – Lenovo, which bought IBM Personal Computing, wants to assemble computers in Poland. The project is not very big but the company will employ 500-800 people. 

After Dell, another international giant is considering an investment in Poland.

“The government team has approved of a subsidy program for a computer producer who wants to invest PLN 45m (EUR 11.6m) and employ 500 people. The company has not made its decision yet”, Andrzej Kaczmarek, the deputy Minister of Economy said.

He refused to give the name of the investor.

“It’s Lenovo. The company will build a plant in Legnica Special Economic Zone, in Krzywa. Next to 500 regular workers, it will employ 300 temporary employees”, a person who took part in negotiations said.

“I don’t want to comment on the data. We believe, however, that Poland is considered here. The final decision has not been made yet”, Wojciech Szelagowski, the deputy CEO of the Polish investment agency PAIIZ said. 

U.S. Dell its building an assembly plant in Lodz Special Economic Zone. The company will invest EUR 200m and employ 3,000 people. Today, the biggest computer producers in Poland are the following companies: NTT System, Optimus and PC Factory.

(PLN 1 = EUR 0.257)

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