Lajkonik expands its operation in the Kraków sez
The board of the Kraków Technology Park (KTP) has issued the second permit to Lajkonik Snacks, a company operating in Skawina that decided to increase its production capacity. The plant will be extended and equipped with the latest production equipment. A new production hall and warehouse will be built. The company intends to invest at least PLN 34 million and open at least 30 new jobs. Currently, Lajkonik employs 440 people. All the jobs, also including the new ones, will be retained at least until 31 March 2024.
This is the 241st permit to conduct business in the special economic zone issued by the KTP, and the fifth issued this year. The total investment outlay declared by the investors in 2017 exceeds PLN 217 million. Moreover, the companies operating in the special economic zone (sez) have undertaken to increase their employment by 331 jobs.
Wargaming Labs at Digital Dragons as Indie Showcase Partner!
Wargaming Labs is proud to be the Indie Showcase partner at Digital Dragons 2017. The annual event, taking place at the ICE Kraków Congress Center in Kraków, Poland on May 22–23, 2017, gathers some of the greatest gaming talent from across the globe.
The Indie Showcase gives independent developers a unique opportunity to present their games to a selected audience of industry peers, veterans, and experts, and net some prestigious awards. Among the accolades is the Best Indie Game Award competition, an awesome chance to collect valuable feedback on your game from judges and hundreds of attendees alike.
We are extremely pleased to have such a great Indie Showcase partner. Wargaming Labs presence on Digital Dragons
For Wargaming Labs, alongside being a judge in the Best Indie Game Award, Digital Dragons is a fantastic opportunity to lend their expertise and meet great game creators. The team has their sights on the PC space, and they’ll be chatting with both emerging and established talent.
Mabuchi already in the zone
The Kraków Technology Park (KTP) issued a permit for operation in the Kraków economic zone to Mabuchi Motor Poland sp. z o.o., a company set up by the Japanese Mabuchi Motors corporation for investments in Poland. It is the company’s first investment in Europe.
As part of the project covered by the permit, Mabuchi declared an investment outlay of PLN 113 million and opening 253 new jobs. As company representatives have announced, this is only the first stage of development. The total investment intended in Bochnia zone lies in the range of PLN 360 million, and envisages setting up of a new production plant for the production of parts for the automotive industry, including electric motors and combustion engines, electronics, electric and electronic devices for motor vehicles, bearings, cogs, and drives elements.
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