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Welcome to Northern Poland

High-tech hub in Central Europe_

Poland is a thriving economic powerhouse, positioned as the second fastest-growing global economy after China, with a remarkable GDP growth rate of 857% from 1990 to 2020. Boasting a population of 37.9 million, Poland not only exhibits economic prowess but also prioritizes safety, being ranked among the top 25 safest countries in the world.

This consistent growth is further underscored by Poland’s 2022 GDP expansion of 5.1% and its impressive credit rankings of A2 by Moody’s, A- by S&P Global, and by Fitch, solidifying its international recognition. As a leading European producer of electric vehicle (EV) batteries and components, Poland’s contributions to the region’s exports amount to USD 29.4 billion, while holding an impressive 35% share of European white goods production.

Additionally, Poland stands as a thriving hub for the IT & Electronics sector, boasting a substantial talent pool of 586,000 IT specialists, ranking it as the third most skilled globally. All of that creates optimal conditions for developing the semicon industry.



In workplaces created by FDI in Europe


GPD Growth 1990 - 2020


Destination for greenfield STEM FDI Projects globally


People employed in R&D


Credit Ranking by S&P Global and Fitech


Credit Ranking by Moody

Poland’s remarkable growth in research activity is evident through a significant 66% increase since 2014, fostering a vibrant knowledge-based economy that employs 62,700 individuals in research and development (R&D).

Top R&D centres in Poland_

Intel invests 4.6 billion USD in Poland. A new semiconductor assembly & testing facility will create 2000 new jobs. That will add up to 4000 FTEs working at Intel’s biggest European R&D centre in Gdańsk.

The innovation and technological advancement of Pomerania_


One of Europe's premier destinations

The Pomeranian Voivodeship in Poland offers exceptional advantages, such as its strategic proximity to the Baltic Sea and extensive transportation options.

Pomerania boasts renowned marine ports in Gdańsk and Gdynia, along with the state-of-the-art Lech Wałęsa airport. Situated near the A1 motorway, the investment land’s location facilitates convenient and diverse spatial development plans.

With continuous development, the Pomeranian Voivodeship epitomizes a modern, success-driven environment that actively supports future-oriented business initiatives.


Mid-Sized European Region of the Future 2022/23 - FDI Strategy


GDP Growth Year to Year (2021)

From Gdańsk, you can fly to 71 destinations, including 4 major hubs:

Frankfurt Munich Copenhagen Amsterdam


Pomerania boasts the well-established Lech Wałęsa airport in Gdańsk, which has been operational since 1974. Gdańsk Airport has non-stop passenger flights scheduled to 71 destinations in 23 countries in total. The airport maintains extensive connectivity with numerous European destinations like Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Great Britain, Spain, and other countries.

Furthermore, the ongoing construction of additional terminals and parking lots at the airport is nearing completion, enhancing its capacity and services.

International Ports

The maritime sector is one of the key, priority industries for the Pomeranian Voivodeship. The region’s greatest advantage is the two international seaports in Gdańsk and Gdynia, which are of fundamental importance to the national economy. They operate connections with over 40 ports in more than 20 countries worldwide.

They are part of the TEN-T Trans-European Transport Network, do not freeze in winter, and are able to accommodate the largest floating vessels in the world.

The Ports operate feeder connections with:

Rotterdam Bremerhaven Hamburg Felixstowe Tallinn Nynashamn

The Ports operate oceanic connections with:

Baltimore Houston Singapore Hong Kong Xiamen Ningbo Shanghai Qingdao Xingang Kwangyang Ulsan

Motorways and main road

Motorway A1 stands as the primary artery in Pomerania, linking the Scandinavian countries with Southern Europe, making it of paramount importance. Additionally, other key national roads such as S7 (Gdańsk-Warsaw-Cracow) and S6 (Gdańsk-Szczecin) play significant roles.

Future plans include substantial widening of these roads to enhance their traffic capacity and improve overall road quality, ensuring smoother and more efficient transportation.


Railway system

Railway connections in Pomerania offer an exceptionally convenient mode of transportation, especially for goods arriving at the ports in Gdańsk and Gdynia via sea. The railway network provides connections to major cities across Poland, while also offering numerous links to prominent international cities such as Prague, Bratislava, Vienna, and Berlin.

This robust railway system facilitates efficient and seamless transport within the region and beyond.

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