Made in Poland 2013: Investor’s Guide for Manufacturing Companies
Investor’s guide for manufacturing companies that aim to establish a presence in Poland.
Local knowledge is key - Inside view on Poland’s manufacturing landscape
- Labour market (labour pool & cost);
- Legal topics (grants & incentives, setting-up a business, tax);
- Manufacturing industry and sector analysis;
- Industrial real estate market (acquisition & rental methods, timeframes to be operational and market practices).
Jones Lang LaSalle has prepared this report in co-operation with the Polish Information and Foreign Investment Agency (PAIiIZ), Ernst & Young and Hays Poland.
Poland : A manufacturing hub with untapped potential
- One of the most vibrant and thriving business locations in Europe;
- Poland is at the cusp of joining the world’s 20 largest economies;
- Population of 38 million creating a large domestic market, with dynamic growth in consumption;
- Strategic location - a regional platform for CEE or wider EU;
- Highly skilled workforce, large labour pool and competitive labour costs;
- Availability of investment grants and incentives (particularly in Special Economic Zones);
- Rapidly expanding Polish motorway network and infrastructure developments;
- Transparent and maturing real estate market, offering high quality industrial space;
- Increasing availability of land offered at competitive prices.