The conglomerate BSH (Bosch und Siemens Hausgeräte GmbH), located in Żmigrodzka Street, is developing two production facilities – of the most modern models of refrigerators and ovens. The opening of the facilities is planned for September 2017.
Jarek Ratajczak of wroclaw.pl talked to Konrad Pokutycki, President of the Board of BSH Sprzęt Gospodarstwa Domowego Sp. z o.o., about the production details. You are kindly welcome to read the interview: http://www.wroclaw.pl/biznes/bosch-siemens-we-wroclawiu-produkcja-piekarnikow-i-lodowek
The development of the two new production facilities of BSH in Żmigrodzka Street has been in progress since March 2016. So far, BSH has invested in Poland more than 700 million EUR. Recently, already over 100 workers have been hired by the company’s Wrocław branch. The first professionals to be employed at the facilities are engineers specialising in various fields, administration and logistics staff, as well as qualified workers directly involved in the production process. In total, the Wrocław investment will be worth about 500 million PLN, and around 1,000 people will be hired at the facilities, which is twice as many as it had been announced.
BSH representatives say that the Wrocław facilities will turn out almost 2 million units a year. Some of these will be sold on the Polish market, but almost 90 per cent of the facilities’ output will go abroad – customers in Western Europe, the USA, Asia and Australia will be able to buy BSH ovens and fridges made in Wrocław.
fot. Tomasz Walków