Segu Polska invests PLN 14 m in Katowice economic zone

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opublikowano: 19-05-2005, 19:15

Warsaw (Puls Biznesu) – The Katowice special economic zone (KSSE), which has attracted investments worth PLN 7 billion since it was created in 1996, admitted an eight investor this year yesterday. ‘Segu Polska won the tender.

Warsaw (Puls Biznesu) – The Katowice special economic zone (KSSE), which has attracted investments worth PLN 7 billion since it was created in 1996, admitted an eight investor this year yesterday. ‘Segu Polska won the tender. The company will build a plant producing electric cables for ABS systems, and other solutions for automotive industry’, Kamila Zlotnik, the assistant to KSSE board said. The investor promised to spend at least PLN 14.2 m (EUR 3.4 m) and employ 245 people. Segu Polska was founded in 1998 with the help of German Segu Systemelektrik. It has two plants in Poland.

‘Since the beginning of the year, we have already attracted eight investments worth over PLN 420 m and creating 1,600 new jobs’, Kamila Zlotnik stressed. Italian Ferroli Poland is one of the biggest investors this year. The company will spend over PLN 120 m. Polish Maspex will build a logistic centre worth PLN 112 m. KSSE expects investments this year will amount to PLN 1 billion.

(PLN 1 = EUR 0.240)Poland/Enterprises/Investments

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