Poland, officially the Republic of Poland, is a country located in Central Europe. It is bordered by Germany in the west, the Czech Republic in the south-west, Slovakia in the south, Ukraine in the south-east, Belarus in the east and Lithuania and Russia in the northeast.
In 2019, Poland had a Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of 595.9 billion USD and is projected to grow by 2.9% in 2021 and 3.8% in 2022.
Here are the shares of the economic sectors in the GDP:
The main import-export partners of the country are:
The covid outbreak has severely affected the mining industry reducing shifts of workers, decreasing the level of output and investment in the sector. This has caused a major downfall for the economy as 80% of Poland’s energy production comes from coal reserves.
The government has been taking measures to recover the mining industry such as extending deadlines of suppliers that are in liability of goods and services and crisis operation teams are appointed to change workflows and enforce restrictions. <./p>
Polish miners are looking for advanced technologies and equipment to increase production and improve safety. This allows for many opportunities to be open for investors. Mining production in Poland increased 2.30% in April of 2021 and is projected to trend around 1.30 per cent in 2022.
If you’re looking to invest in increasing the productivity of the mining sector in Poland, Camamach has high-quality mining machinery and equipment.
There has been a major dip in the construction industry due to COVID. However, buildings, tunnels, railways were least affected as they are funded by the EU.
The construction is still ongoing, especially for roads and railways. The government plans on investing majorly in developing high-speed rail networks and building a new hub airport.
GDP From Construction in Poland increased to 41452.30 PLN Million in the fourth quarter of 2020 from 36347.20 PLN Million in the third quarter of 2020 and it is projected to increase 4.5% CAGR till 2026.
The Poland construction industry is gradually picking up its pace. If you’re looking to invest, Camamach has good quality construction machinery and equipment for you.
Poland is accessible through both land and sea. Its main seaports are:
Camamach uses Port of Gdańsk for imports.
In order to import equipment into Poland import licenses are not necessary within the European Union but there are restrictions on the quantity of certain goods being imported from certain countries. The Polish Ministry of Economy issues import permits. Before issuing import permission on a product, the product must be searched and put under consideration to import into Poland.
The import documentation for shipments include:
For further comprehensive details on the import regulations in Poland, you can visit this site.
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