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On 10 October, a meeting took place between the representatives of the Polish-Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce (PUIG) and the Polish Cluster of Construction Exporters (PKEB). The meeting was attended by: Mr. Jacek Piechota, President of the Board of PUIG, Mr. Sławomir Szymusiak, Deputy Director of PUIG, and Mr. Andrzej Kozłowski, Vice-President of PKEB.

On 30-31 August 2016, at the invitation of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Embassy of Poland in the Kingdom of Sweden, a large representation of the Polish Cluster of Construction Exporters took part in the official trade mission to Stockholm. The event was dedicated to perspectives and further growth of Polish construction industry on the Swedish market. The head of the trade mission was Ms. Iwona Woicka-Żuławska, PhD – Director of Department of Economic Cooperation of Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The Polish Cluster of Construction Exporters was represented by the Vice-President of the Board of PKEB, Mr. Andrzej Czapczuk, PhD, Eng.

On 23 August 2016, the Poland-Kazakhstan Economic Forum was held in Warsaw. The meeting of Polish and Kazakhstani business was opened by presidents of both countries, Mr. Andrzej Duda and Mr. Nursultan Nazarbayev.

To celebrate the Export Division in the Elektrotim capital group, the Trade Office was officially opened on 18 August 2016 in Tarasy Business Centre in Warsaw at ul. Złota 59. During the official part of the event, issues related to founding and operation of Elektrotim S.A., the nature of cooperation of companies in the Polish Cluster of Construction Exporters, and the profile and operation of the Polish-German Chamber of Industry and Commerce were discussed.

The world of infrastructure grows without us, Polish construction companies. We now have the last opportunity to intensify exports and reinforce our companies’ position on international markets. The experience, quality, know-how and often also cost advantages offered by Polish companies are our competitive edge against other entities on international markets. It is high time we established solid cooperation to promote Polish construction brand and secure participation in infrastructural projects around the world for Polish companies. Those were the main conclusions of the conference “World Solutions. Made in Poland.”

We are pleased to announce that ENERGOPROJEKT-KATOWICE SA has become a member of the Polish Cluster of Construction Exporters.

ENERGOPROJEKT-KATOWICE SA offers comprehensive handling of investment process, from the concept, through securing funds, all stages of design, order picking, to implementation and launch. EPK’s main objective is to provide quality service and ensure the Customer’s satisfaction and trust in the Company as a reliable contractor of technical documentation and the investment project. The Company’s offer is directed mainly to the Customers from the following sectors: power, mining industry, chemical industry, steel industry, food industry and municipal services management.

On 5 April 2016, representatives of the Polish Cluster of Construction Exporters management attended 8th Conference for Construction. The topic of the panel discussion were the perspectives for growth and export of construction materials and services. The participants answered questions on long-term perspectives for exports, existing limitations, legal environment and government support.

Polimex-Mostostal Group becomes a member of the Polish Cluster of Construction Exporters.

– “Polish construction companies must support each other on foreign markets. Each country has its own, specific conditions and knowing how to talk to foreign partners, what is important to them, is essential. We will exchange that knowledge within our Cluster,” says Joanna Makowiecka-Gaca, President of the Board of Polimex-Mostostal.

From 18 to 26 January, a delegation of the Polish Cluster of Construction Exporters composed of: Andrzej Czapczuk, PhD, Eng (F.B.I. T); Rafał Świstak, Attorney at Law (F.B.I. TASBUD), Rafał Lipiński (Seen Holding) and Marcin Filipczyk (SN Strukton) went on a trade mission to Senegal. The aim of the mission was to present and promote the Cluster’s potential, and identification of infrastructural undertakings planned by Senegal in the nearest future. The trade mission was conducted under the aegis of the Polish Chamber of Industry and Commerce in France, headed by Hanna Stypułkowska-Goutierre, Attorney at Law.

5,500 employees, among them over 1,000 working on projects in nearly 50 countries – that is the potential of 16 Polish companies creating the Polish Cluster of Construction Exporters. It is a grassroots initiative of businessmen whose mission is to establish and develop cooperation of Polish construction companies on export markets, and to internationalise Polish construction industry. The Cluster inauguration ceremony took place on 2 December in Warsaw.

The Polish Cluster of Construction Exporters is an initiative of businessmen whose mission is to establish and develop cooperation of Polish construction companies on export markets, and to internationalise Polish construction industry.