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The Tomaszów Mazowiecki Voice
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A City Open to Investors
April 23, 2008   
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Tomaszów Mazowiecki's strategic central location in Poland offers a competitive advantage to companies looking for a place to do business. Another strength of Tomaszów Mazowiecki is that it lies within the ŁódĽ Special Economic Zone, which offers preferential treatment to investors. The first company to invest in the local sub-zone of the ŁódĽ SEZ was Ceramika Paradyż, a leading Polish ceramic tile producer that built one of its plants here. Later the subzone attracted food producer Chipita Poland and another plant of Ceramika Paradyż.

1. Logistic Center Investment Zone
Land next to Warsaw-Katowice expressway, perfect for logistic centers of large companies, services and industry. Area: 450,000 sq m. The city is in the process of buying the land and transforming it into a single plot. A special economic zone is planned in the area.

2. Metal Color Investment Zone
Area of 120,000 square meters designated for investment in industry. The land is owned by Metal Color Polska. The ŁódĽ Special Economic Zone covers part of the land. Five percent of the land holds buildings.

3. Zawadzka Investment Complex
Perfect for production and investment projects, with a total of area of 180,000 sq m. Modular production halls of 2,000-10,000 sq m are planned in the area. Owner: Immobiltec Poland.

4. Bocian Investment Complex
Area of 200,000 sq m close to Pilica River and next to a bowling alley, a skating and rollerblading rink, and a sports and recreation center (with a kayaking center and rental shop; basketball, volleyball and beach volleyball courts; a youth hostel; and a camping center). The land is owned by the city, which is looking for a strategic investor/partner to invest in the area.

Tomaszów Mazowiecki's authorities have established contacts with other European cities, not only in business, but also in culture, education and sports. The city has signed partnership agreements with Prato in Italy, Ivano-Frankovsk in Ukraine, Linares in Spain, Mionica in Serbia, and Polonezkoy in Turkey.


Zenon Łaski, chairman of the Tomaszów Mazowiecki City Council, has served three consecutive terms as councilor.

Being a businessman myself-I run the Ezbud Interster construction company-means I know what local governments need to do to attract investment. City mayors and councilors don't exist to sort out businesspeople's matters for them but the authorities have nothing to fear from sitting down and talking to them. We need to find out about their plans, expectations and capabilities. That is why we run a common policy towards businesspeople in conjunction with the mayor. The policy has been devised by the mayor and we offer advice and comment. I believe that this is how we can work together for the future of Tomaszów Mazowiecki.
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