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The first Special Economic Zone (SEZ) in Poland was set up in the city of Mielec in 1995. Since then the country has opened 13 more such dedicated investment areas. The EURO-PARK MIELEC was created on a large area and spreads over several locations.

The city of Mielec is located in southeast Poland and it is the capital of Mielec County. The area bases its economy on the homonymous aviation factory. The existence of the SEZ has had a very positive impact on the local economy.

Investors who want to open a company in Poland can look towards opening one in the EURO-PARK MIELEC zone.

Benefits in the Mielec SEZ

The Mielec SEZ, like other Special Economic Zones in Poland, has an exemption from the corporate income tax. This applies to the business activities carried out within the zone’s perimeters. Income tax exemptions can also be offered for those Polish companies that offer new jobs. The maximum aid for the Mielec Zone is 40% and small companies can benefit from a 20% aid increase in some respects.

Entrepreneurs who open a company in the EURO-PARK MIELEC SEZ in Poland can also benefit from a real property tax exemption.

Investors who register a company in Poland need to take into account the usual tax rates for companies and the requirements for accounting and reporting.

Special investment zones in Poland

Foreign investors are welcomed throughout Poland, however, the advantages offered by the Special Economic Zones are substantial and can be very advantageous for doing business in Poland. The SEZ available throughout Poland are set up in attractive locations and have good infrastructure. Investors can rent or buy property here and set up their business operations as they see fit.

There are 14 Special Economic Zones in Poland, EURO-PARK MIELEC included. Others are Katowice, the Krakow Technology Park, Legnica, Lodz, Suwalki or Warmia-Mazury.

Our Polish company formation experts can help you decide which one of the available free zones is best suited to your needs in terms of infrastructure facilities, investment assistance pre- and post-company incorporation and the actual location in Poland.

You can contact us for more details about investments in Poland and the rules for foreign entrepreneurs.