Poland's plastic car parts maker Izo-Blok has launched its new production facility in Chorzów, in Poland's southern region of Silesia.
The facility is 107,000 square feet, and it is the company's third Poland-based plant. Chorzów is located about four miles from the city of Katowice.
Izo-Blok supplies a wide range of automotive parts for a number of major car producers, including Volkswagen Group, Volvo, Bentley, Jaguar Land Rover, Fiat, and Ford. The company's product portfolio includes various interior and panel parts. In addition to this, Izo-Blok makes plastic packaging at its plants.
The amount of the latest investment was not disclosed by the Chorzów-based firm.
Izo-Blok says that it was the first manufacturer to launch production of EPP in the Polish market in 1998. The car parts maker is controlled by Przemysław Skrzydlak, the firm's co-owner and chief executive, and local businessman Andrzej Kwiatkowski, who each hold a 29.71 percent stake in the company.