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InnoLab in Wroclaw is already the second (after Lodz) such facility of the global BSH concern in Poland.

InnoLab employs engineers, designers, automation experts and programmers. As Jochen Heel, member of BSH's management board in Poland, emphasizes, digital transformation is one of the most important issues in BSH's strategy.

We are developing BSH in Poland to increase our competitiveness, which requires state-of-the-art Industry 4.0 technologies. Our new InnoLab is a center for creativity and idea exchange. Innovation permeates not only our products, but also our production and management systems

Jochen Heel, member of the board of directors of BSH in Poland.

With this investment, the company wants to optimize its production processes more efficiently and quickly.

In a space equipped with modern tools, such as augmented reality technology and a production robot, we are implementing automation and robotization projects that will improve work in BSH factories

Wojciech Tobianski, leader of InnoLab.

BSH is investing in Wroclaw. Factories produce Bosch and Siemens refrigerators and ovens

Two Wroclaw factories: refrigerators and ovens of BSH Home Appliances were launched in 2017. They were built on the site of former white goods factories at 143 Zmigrodzka Street.

Since then, the company has invested about PLN 900 million in new facilities and modern production systems in Wroclaw. Ultimately, the oven and refrigerator factories will produce about one million appliances each annually.

  • In 2020, the company opened a new 30,000 sqm logistics center in Wroclaw, with its own rail infrastructure.
  • In 2021, BSH received an award - Socially Responsible Business - from Jacek Sutryk, the mayor of Wroclaw, during the Economic Forum in Karpacz.
  • To prepare for upcoming production increases, last year the company leased an additional warehouse of about 46,000 sqm.
  • In 2024, BSH launched a special conveyor to transport finished products to the new warehouse.

BSH in Poland is based on innovation. In Wroclaw there will be solar panels on the roofs of factories

All of BSH's six factories in Poland are powered by electricity from only renewable sources, primarily wind farms. In addition, at all locations in Poland BSH is installing photovoltaic panels on the roofs of factories, warehouses and offices.

Such installations are already in operation in Warsaw and Rzeszow. This year they will also be launched in Wroclaw. As a result, the company will annually convert the sun's rays into about 10 percent of its annual electricity needs.