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Interview : Marek Grzybowski 3 questions for Przemysław Sztandera, President of the  Pomeranian Special Economic Zone

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The  Polish Investment Zone has increased. Entrepreneurs can recover their investment costs by not paying income tax in the maximum amount of 35% for large entrepreneurs, 45% for medium-sized enterprises, and 55% for micro and small ones. An investment worth PLN 10 million, with support of 45 percent. allows the company to recover PLN 4.5 million from income tax

Marek Grzybowski: What are the main tasks of the Pomeranian Special Economic Zone?

Przemysław Sztandera:  The Pomeranian Special Economic Zone is one of the entities of the Polish Investment Zone, which is to support entrepreneurs in a systemic way. It offers public aid in the form of income tax exemption granted on account of eligible expenses for new investment, research, and development or 2-year labor costs of employees employed under the new investment.
Thanks to such support, entrepreneurs can recover their investment costs by not paying income tax in the maximum amount of 35% for large entrepreneurs, 45% for medium-sized enterprises, and 55% for micro and small ones. In practice, this means that an investment worth PLN 10 million, with support of 45 percent allows the company to recover PLN 4.5 million from income tax.
You can apply for tax relief throughout the country, regardless of the size of the company. The conditions of support are adjusted to the possibilities of both small family businesses and large corporations. Investments that meet quantitative and qualitative criteria are likely to be supported.

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The former is the minimum investment outlays, depending on the size of the enterprise and the unemployment rate in a given district. The quality criteria that the investor is obliged to meet concern, for example, exports, creation of permanent jobs, cooperation with vocational education.
In addition to the benefits of tax relief, we also offer investment support ranging from finding a suitable plot to extensive post-investment care. An important pillar of the Company’s operations is also industry education, which the Company tries to adapt to the needs of the labor market.
We support schools, encourage the creation of patron classes, and above all, we coordinate cooperation between science and entrepreneurs. To achieve these goals, we have created, among others, the Industrial Robot Programming Center – a center that enables the improvement of employees’ competencies, and in particular helps students choose a career path related to automation and robotics

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Marek Grzybowski: What was the year 2020 at the Pomeranian Special Economic Zone? Has the time of the pandemic slowed down economic activity?

Przemysław Sztandera:  The year 2020 was not easy for both the society and the entire economy, although the number of companies that joined the group of investors in the Polish Investment Zone has increased. We issued 48 decisions on support, including 29 for small and medium-sized enterprises.

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Moreover, as many as 34 are companies with Polish capital, which undoubtedly proves the strength of our local economy. New investments also mean over 700 new, high-quality jobs that will have a positive impact on the region. We observe that despite the challenges currently facing the global economy, Polish enterprises show great mobilization and potential for further development

Marek Grzybowski: The Baltic Port of New Technologies operates in the Pomeranian Special Economic Zone? What is the economic activity taking place in this area?

Przemysław Sztandera:  The Baltic Port of New Technologies is a business project of the Pomeranian Special Economic Zone in the revitalized areas of the former Gdynia Shipyard S.A. It provides a base for companies from the shipbuilding, maritime, and logistics industries.
There is also a Constructors Park on the premises of BPNT, offering office space and prototyping facilities for constructors and engineering companies. The zone also manages the Gdańsk Science and Technology Park, where it combines science with business, stimulates innovative entrepreneurship, and supports startups and companies based on a unique idea

Major investors in the Zone:

Investor Country of origin Sector
Anwil S.A. Poland chemical industry
Bridgestone Stargard sp. z o.o. Japan tire production
Cargotec Poland sp. z o.o. Finland manufacture of lifting equipment
Ciech Soda Polska S.A. Poland chemical industry
Flextronics International Poland sp. z o.o. Sweden electronics industry
Iglotex S.A. Poland manufacture of grocery products
International Paper Cellulose Fibers (Poland) sp. z o.o. USA manufacture of hygiene products
Jabil Poland sp. z o.o. USA electrotechnical industry
Lacroix Electronics sp. z o.o. France electrotechnical industry
Lafarge Cement S.A. France manufacture of cement
Mondi Świecie S.A. Netherlands paper industry
MrGarden sp. z o.o. Poland wooden furniture
Pekabex Pref S.A. Poland engineering services
Plastica sp. z o.o. Poland manufacture of medical, hygienic and cosmetic products
Solvay Poland sp. z o.o. Belgium chemical industry
SPX Flow Technology Poland sp. z o.o. USA machine industry
Unilever Polska S.A. Netherlands ice cream production
Zakłady Farmaceutyczne “Polpharma” S.A. Poland pharmaceutical industry

 

 

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