German plastic automotive parts producer A. Kayser Automotive Systems GmbH has launched a new factory in Jaszkowa Dolna, in Poland's southern part.
The new facility was opened three months after the firm secured the permission to launch its investment in Poland. Kayser Automotive invested close to 11.5 million Polish zloty ($2.9 million) at the plant, and says it will be operated by at least 80 workers, with plans to increase this to as much as 120.
The plant was built in the Wałbrzyska special economic zone (WSSE), enabling the company with preferential tax treatment for its manufacturing project. The investor located its production facility on a site of some 29,973 square meters, located in the city of Kłodzko.
The Einbeck, Germany-based firm's product range consists of a wide range of automotive components made with the use of plastics. These include canisters, cables, connectors, pipes, valves, reservoirs and other parts. Kayser Automotive provides its output to a number of leading car producers, such as Volkswagen Group, BMW, Mercedes-Benz and DAF, according to data released by the company.
The Polish plant is operated by the firm's local subsidiary Kayser Automotive Systems Kłodzko sp. z o.o. It will supply, Volkswagen's factory in Września, in western Poland.