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Pioneering electric vehicle revolution

Poland is becoming a key player on the global stage, standing as the 21st largest vehicle producer and the 9th largest vehicle parts producer, boasting an impressive workforce of 500,000 full-time equivalents, which includes a substantial 200,000 FTEs dedicated to manufacturing.

Pioneering the electric vehicle revolution, Poland has earned the distinguished title of being Europe’s leading EV battery producer, and the second-largest globally, with a comprehensive supply chain in place. An extraordinary feat, Poland has witnessed a staggering 3800% surge in exports of EV batteries over the last five years, transitioning from a remarkable 1 billion EUR in export value in 2017 to an astounding 38 billion EUR in 2022. These figures underscore Poland’s unwavering commitment to mobility innovation and excellence in EV battery-related products.

Mobility in terms of current trends shaping the industry (e-mobility, autonomous driving) is a key target sector in Pomerania (northern Poland) – the World Bank Report

Source: PSPA | World Bank


Poland’s Key Milestones
in EV Sector


Ranked as the biggest EV batteries producer in Europe


Ranked as the biggest EV batteries producer globally


Polish export of EV batteries (growth in the last 5 yrs)

Top investors in Poland_


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 for mobility industry.

Gdańsk Airport has non-stop passenger flights scheduled to 71 destinations in 23 countries in total. The region’s greatest advantage is the two international seaports in Gdańsk and Gdynia, which are of fundamental importance to the national economy. Motorway A1 stands as the primary artery in Pomerania, linking the Scandinavian countries with Southern Europe.

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

Pomerania’s Key Milestones


GDP average growth year to year (2021-2023)


best fDi strategy; Mid-Sized European Region of the Future 2023 & 2024


region in Europe in terms of jobs created (2011-2016)

Advanced mobility products
manufactured in Pomerania_

Traditional mobility products manufactured in Pomerania: wiring semi-trailers garbage trucks superchargers gearboxes differentials bearings

Key Case Studies from Pomerania_

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Due to the dynamic business situation and a new operation model, Scania Production is closing its bus assembly site in Slupsk. Beginnning with Q2 2024, the manufacturing site will be available for the new investor.


The concept locates the industrial areas in the central, northern and western parts of the investment land, moving them away from the built-up areas (including, in particular, residential areas) of Rokitnica.


The plot is located just a 25-minute drive away from Gdańsk City Centre and Gdańsk Airport, which enables easy transportation for the employees.


Doki investment will create an exceptional space in Gdańsk by revitalizing & redeveloping the post-shipyard areas into the modern, fancy, vivid new district “Młode Miasto” (Young City).

The Point

Located just next to one of the main Tricity transportation hubs enables the rapid connection by the Fast City Line (SKM), Pomeranian Metropolitan Railway (PKM), Intercity trains & numerous buses.


The public yet cosy nature of the investment will be characterised by human-scale architecture, conducive to creating a good atmosphere and "life between the buildings".