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Pomeranian Special Economic Zone (PSEZ)

The Pomeranian Special Economic Zone is situated in four provinces: West Pomerania, Kujawy-Pomerania, Greater Poland and Pomerania.


Location

The location of the Zone makes it an attractive place for investors. Direct access to the Baltic Sea, proximity of international airports and well-developed road infrastructure (highways, national roads) facilitate communication with other parts of the country and major cities abroad. 

Subzones

The total area of the Zone is 1863.2748 ha (518.8643 ha in Pomerania Province, 736.2711 in Kujawy-Pomerania Province, 586.2502 ha in West Pomerania Province and 21.89 ha in Greater Poland Province). The zone consists of areas in following cities: Brodnica, Bydgoszcz, Gdańsk, Gdynia, Grudziądz, Inowrocław, Kwidzyn, Malbork, Piła, Rypin, Stargard Szczeciński, Starogard Gdański, Tczew, Toruń, Włocławek and following municipalities: Barcin, Chojnice, Czarna Woda, Człuchów, Gniewino, Kowalewo Pomorskie, Krokowa, Łysomice, Sztum, Świecie, Tczew and Wąbrzeźno.

Investors

Over 100 investors operate in the Pomeranian Special Economic Zone – their expenditures exceed 8.1 bn PLN. The major investors are: Bridgestone Stargard Sp. z o.o., Cargotec Poland Sp. z o.o., Flextronics International Poland Sp. z o.o., Gemalto Sp. z o.o., International Paper-Kwidzyn Sp. z o.o.

The advantage of PSEZ lies in diverse sizes of investment areas ready for business activity (from several hundreds sq m up to 400 ha), their location (subzones in four provinces), as well as in their specialization, as exemplified by the Baltic Port of New Technologies in Gdynia and Gdansk Science and Technology Park. PSEZ offers comprehensive services for every investment project. Broad experience, transparent procedures, extensive cooperation with the government and local authorities, friendly business environment and diversified offer allow for choosing the right location and appropriate investment incentives for various investment projects.