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Valmet Automotive is significantly expanding the Zary plant in Poland to increase production volumes of electromobility solutions, such as active spoiler and charging flap systems. The plant expansion is scheduled ready in 2025, and will create 350 new jobs between the years 2025 and 2027.

The newly-founded Brussels-based European EV battery materials producer IONWAY has chosen to build its first CAM production plant in Nysa, Poland, adjacent to Umicore’s existing CAM plant.

On June 22nd, 2023, Polish manufacturer of gas springs FA Krosno S.A., merged into one group with the French manufacturer of gas springs, company Airax. Both companies are suppliers for car manufacturers, spare parts distributors and companies using gas springs for various industrial applications.

Tenneco today celebrated the grand opening of a state-of-the-art, 9.600-square-metre engineering center that will serve the company’s European Ride Control and Advanced Suspension Technologies (AST) businesses.

As an affiliate of CQLT Group, a Chinese state-owned enterprise, SaarGummi Group is one of the worldwide leading suppliers of technically high-quality sealing systems. Currently, close to 6,000 employees work at locations in North and South America, Asia, and Europe.

Just 16 months after laying the foundation stone, MAN has successfully completed the expansion of its plant in Krakow. Truck production is running in three shifts and will continue to ramp up until the end of the year. MAN invested around 200 million euros in the expansion of the Polish production site.

Kongsberg Automotive (KA) has officially opened its Brzesc Kujawski plant in Poland today. With this new production facility, KA will continue to secure business in both passenger and commercial vehicle segments and will strengthen the company’s position in the market.

With a conference (09.02.) in Wroclaw (Poland), the Berlin-based technology company IAV has opened its new subsidiary in Poland. The company’s management and around seventy executives spent three days on-site to get an idea of the region. Around three hundred employees are expected to work for IAV in Wroclaw and Opole until the end of 2025.