Over 70 million zlotys will be invested by the company CEDROB in the Kluczbork Subzone of the Wałbrzych Special Economic Zone. Thanks to the investment, 70 people will be employed. The Polish company will build and equip a production plant for making and storing ready-made feeds for farm animals.
It will be the fifth investment within the zone in Kluczbork. Another 4 ha of land in this subzone is still waiting for investors. More than 170 firms, most of them with Polish, German and Italian capital, function within the Wałbrzych Special Economic Zone in Wielkopolskie, Dolnośląskie, Opolskie and Lubuskie provinces. These investors have employed more than 40 thousand people, and their joint capital expenditure amounts to 18.6 billion zlotys.
The WSEZ still has more than 1,000 ha of attractive fully-developed land available to investors, and provides support at all stages of the investment project.
It is worth remembering that investors conducting business activity within the Wałbrzych zone are eligible for tax exemptions of 25 to 55 per cent of capital expenditure or labor costs, depending on the size of the company and its location.