News from member companies


Volvo Buses and Famco Al Futtaim Auto & Machinery Co (Famco) have been selected supplier of 373 city buses to Dubai Roads and Transport Authority (RTA).


Polish companies do not lack international ambitions, however it’s very rarely that those companies have the right strategy and crucial knowledge about foreign markets.


BSJP took 15th place in the category of the biggest business law firms in Poland in terms of the number of lawyers with professional qualifications – attorneys-at-law and legal counsels.


In this year's TSL Ranking of Dziennik Gazeta Prawna, the DSV Group was in the top ten of the largest Polish logistics operators, winning two awards.


We are proud to announce that this year’s edition of the ranking of firms active in the Polish legal services market compiled by the Rzeczpospolita daily cites GESSEL in no less than 7 categories.


Vastint Poland has received a building permit for the first part of the second stage of Gdynia Waterfront - four buildings with underground garages with a total area of 44,000 m2.


Scania’s engineers have taken the company’s DNA – the modular system – to the next level in developing a concept vehicle that can change shape for varying urban assignments.


The Netto retail chain was named the Market of the Year 2019 in the Most Innovative Retail Concept category. The brand was recognised in particular for the execution of its 3.0 concept underlying the retailer’s innovative retail stores.


On Thursday, May 9th, Jula, the Swedish market chain, opened its first store in Bydgoszcz. It is the 13th shop in Poland and the 100th shop of the entire chain.


Fortum has started the construction of 90 MW Kalax wind park in Närpes, Finland. The project consists of 21 wind turbines with a total capacity of 90.3 MW and an annual production of more than 0.3 TWh.


Antal have together with Cushman & Wakefield and Vastint prepared the second edition of the Business Environment Assessment Study (BEAS) series of reports detailing the investment potential of eight Polish cities.


IKEA has completed the expansion of its factory in Zbąszynek, Poland. The site is now the largest furniture production complex in the world and will manufacture IKEA furniture from the popular EKET series.


Vastint has introduced a new lobby concept in their Business Garden office complexes, developed in collaboration with the internationally recognised London studio, turnerbates Design & Architecture.


Maruta Wachta advised Orange Poland in the acquisition of 100% stake in BlueSoft from Tokajami and Wellchosen Investments. The purchase price is PLN 200 million.


Fortum has invested in the Finnish start-up Infinited Fiber Company Ltd. (IFC). The company develops and will license technology that is used to manufacture cotton-like fibre for the textile industry from recycled fibre and cellulose.


In February, HUB logistics has launched operations in new warehouse facility located at Sokołowska 50 in Pęcice near Warsaw.


Scania has announced it will deliver 100 LNG fuelled trucks to KP Logistik, based in Stavenhagen, Germany. The Scania R 410 prime movers will be evenly split between KP Logistik’s centres near Berlin.


VELUX Group has renewed the lease agreement for its office in The Park Warsaw complex. Experts from JLL once again represented VELUX Polska in the process of negotiating lease terms.


Maruta Wachta, a member of the SPCC, has been elected the best law firm in Central Europe by UK magazine The Lawyer. The award was received on behalf of the law firm by its partner, Daniel Jastrun.


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