An unnamed Polish firm has leased two production halls in Gorzów Śląski, in the country's south-western Opolskie region, with the aim of opening a new plant. The investor is planning to make regranulate from recycled plastic waste and plastic components at the factory, reports local business news site Strefabiznesu.pl.
The firm is based in Sternalice, in Poland's south-west, according to the information obtained by the news site. As part of its investment, the investor is to take on around 30 employees. Under the plan, the recruitment process in Gorzów Śląski is to be launched on the turn of 2015 and 2016, allowing to launch production next year. The task will be facilitated by the fact that the Opolskie region has an unemployment rate of about 9.6%, according to the latest available data from the Regional Employment Office (WUP).
The designed plant will be located at the production facilities which were previously operated by local metal parts maker Armagor. The company decided to shut down its factory in Gorzów Śląski five years ago.
The amount of the manufacturing project was not disclosed by the Sternalice-based firm.
Gorzów Śląski is located about 250 km from the country's capital Warsaw.