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A warmly nostalgic throwback to the past, for many the mere sight of an FSO Warszawa is enough to elicit a misty-eyed look.
Fuel company PKN Orlen plans to open a number of hydrogen refuelling stations around Poland by 2025.
The work of the boundary-pushing Massive Design studio, the project for digital solutions automotive firm Keyloop, the design was purposefully chosen to reflect not just their industry, but also Poland’s own rich automotive heritage.
According to a Tuesday-published report from employment and HR consultancy Personnel Service, Poland ranks third in Europe in terms of the number of people working in the automotive sector.
Despite difficulties, car parts manufacturers and distributors are optimistic about their business outlook for the Q1 2022, according to the latest survey by MotoFocus.pl, the automotive sector society (SDCM), and Santander Bank Poland.
Polish employers are still hiring and have also learnt to adapt to the pandemic business environment, employment industry experts have told PAP.
The German company, Isringhausen, will invest over PLN 34 million (EUR 7.4 million) to build a plant in Ujazd, south-central Poland, that will produce car seats and springs, announced the Katowice Special Economic Zone (KSEZ) on Wednesday.
Poland has strengthened its position as an important trade partner of Germany, as it was the second EU supplier of goods to the country and the fourth in the world, the Polish Economic Institute (PIE) said on Thursday.
Revealed today, the new electric cars from ElectroMobility Poland features state-of-the-art technology, are capable of reaching 0 to 100 km/hr in less than eight seconds, can go up to 400 km on a single charge, and users can “communicate” with the vehicles using either apps, LCD touchscreens or their voice.
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