Katowice Special Economic Zone

The Katowice Special Economic Zone Co. (KSEZ Co.) was established by the ordinance of the Council of Ministers of June 18,1996 (Journal of Laws No. 88 item 397 with later amendments) in order to support and accelerate the restructuring processes and create jobs within the Katowice region. The Katowice SEZ has been established for the period of 20 years (until August 8th, 2016), and in year 2013 this period has been extended until the end of 2026.

The Zone is managed by Katowicka Specjalna Strefa Ekonomiczna S.A. (the Katowice Special Economic Zone Co.) with its main seat in Katowice.

The Katowice Special Economic Zone is a dispersed zone, comprising of four subzones:

• the Gliwice Subzone

• the Jastrzębie Zdrój and Żory Subzone

• the Sosnowiec and Dąbrowa Górnicza Subzone

• the Tychy Subzone.

The total area of the Zone is 2614 ha in 40 municipalities, what helps investors to find the most suitable location. Most of the lands are situated in the vicinity of international routes: east-west (Lvov-Wroclaw-Berlin) and north-south (Gdansk-Cieszyn-Bratislava), and junction of A1 and A4 motorways. The Katowice Special Economic Zone is the leader among Polish special economic zones. So far we have acquired over 300 business entities. In total the companies have invested more than EUR 6.5 billion and have created over 65 000 new jobs.

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