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A Polish producer of moulded plastic household products has received the planning go ahead to expand its existing plant in the industrial zone of Redzikowo in northern Poland.
BranQ Sp., based in the town close to S?upsk, constructed the plant originally in 2014 and now intends to double the size of its 2,100 square metre production area and add a modern warehouse unit on the site.
The firm is among a number of companies keen to expand and invest in the wider S?upsk Special Economic Zone which have received formal consent from the SEZ for their development plans.
BranQ, injection moulds a wide range of bathroom, kitchen and storage containers including tableware, buckets, bowls and boxes chiefly in polypropylene and polyethylene. It has been operating in Poland since 2004.
The processor is taking steps to develop and enhance the characteristics of its plastics products. It is currently working with a regional Polish research body, the Institute of Heavy Organic Synthesis Blachownia (ICSO) of K?dzierzyn-Ko?le, to develop a new technology to improve the mix of plastic used in container production.
BranQ and its partner aim to achieve containers with a better performance than those products now on the market. The company believes if the work is successful it will become a leader in the moulding industry.
ICSO offers a research and development centre working in the field of organic chemistry. Since 1952, the Institute has partnered national and foreign contractors developing, implementing and refining chemical processes and production.
S?upsk SEZ covers over 910 ha of development land extending through two of Poland’s northern provinces, Pomerania and West Pomerania. There are 60 companies operating in the zone having invested more than €373m that employ in all 5,900 people.
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