Kostrzyń-Słubice SEZ is located near the borders with Germany and Czech Republic, in an area where convenient transportation is possible, thanks to the international roads E30 (A2), E65 (A3) and E28, the Paris-Berlin-Warsaw-Moscow railroad and the airports in Babimost, Goleniów and Berlin. Additionaly, Kostrzyń-Słubice SEZ is situated on the banks of Odra and Warta rivers, which facilitates access to the seaports in Szczecin and Świnoujście.
Kostrzyń-Słubice SEZ covers an area of 1454.4741 ha. The zone comprises 32 subzones: Słubice, Kostrzyn nad Odrą, Gorzów Wlkp., Zielona Góra, Nowa Sól, Gubin, Bytom Odrzański, Czerwieńsk, Poznań, Chodzież, Swarzędz, Barlinek, Police, Międzyrzecz, Lubsko, Sulęcin, Rzepin, Goleniów, Karlino, Gryfino, Nowy Tomyśl, Buk, Przemęt, Skwierzyna, Stęszew, Krobia, Wronki, Dobiegniew, Kożuchów, Białogard, Kargowa, Łobez.
The subzones are situated in the vicinity of district capitals such as Poznań, Szczecin, Gorzów Wielkopolski and Zielona Góra, which are the centers of industry and commerce.
Among the major investors in the Kostrzyń-Słubice SEZ are companies such as: ICT Poland Sp. z o.o. (Italy), Faurecia Gorzów Sp. z o.o. (Spain), TPV Displays Sp. z o.o. (Taiwan), Arctic Paper Kostrzyn S.A. (Sweden), Barlinek Inwestycje S.A. (Poland).
The value of investment expenditures in the Zone has exceeded 4.5 bn PLN and over 200 business permits have been issued there.