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VoivodeshipKujawsko-Pomorskie Voivodeship


Total area of the voivodeship

17,972 km2

- in urban areas

2,083.9 thous.

Population density

116 persons/km2

Principal cities

Bydgoszcz (voivode seat),
Toruń (self–government seat)

Other major towns in the voivodeship

Włocławek, Grudziądz, Inowrocław

Special Economic Zones

Pomeranian Special Economic Zone »

Industrial & Technology Parks

Bydgoszcz Industrial and Technology Park »
Grudziądz Industrial Park »
Toruń Technology Park »
Solec Kujawski Industrial Park »
Vistula Park Świecie »
Vistula Park II in Świecie »
Włocławek Economic Development Area - Industrial and Technological Park »

Regional Investor Assistance Centre

Toruń »

International airport

Bydgoszcz »

Kujawsko-Pomorskie voivodeship is situated in the north-central part of the country. It is a region with industrial and agricultural traditions. In addition to its well-developed agricultural, chemical and industrial machine sectors, the voivodeship in recent years boasts the presence of an electronics-sector investor - the factory of Japanese electronics giant Sharp and its sub-suppliers in Łysomice near Toruń. The voivodeship has extensive research facilities, headed by Toruń’s Nicholas Copernicus University and including research centres facilitating the flow of new technological solutions to the industrial sector such as Toruń’s Technology Transfer Centre.

Map of the Voivodeship against the map of the country

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Voivodeship map

Investment opportunities

  • industrial traditions
  • strategic location and good transportation links (A1 motorway, S5 expressway under construction, other national roads network, international airport in Bydgoszcz, well developed railway network)
  • wide range of investment offers for investors of various industries
  • greenfield and brownfield investment areas available within Special Economic Zone or Industrial/ Technology Parks
  • 23 sub-zones of Pomorska Special Economic Zone cover over 880 ha of its total area
  • large number of highly qualified engineers and technical specialists
  • lower than national average work cost applies to majority of economy sectors
  • strong scientific-research base (numerous tertiary institutions, strong scientific and R&D centres)
  • highly attractive for investors Bydgoszcz-Toruń agglomeration, strong sub-regional centres
  • efficient agricultural production and well-developed food processing and developing production of high quality organic food
  • ecologically pure environment supported by advanced projects in the field of environmental protection
  • well-developed social infrastructure (leading medical centres, strong spa base important cultural institutions and efficient education system)
  • well developed hotel /conference infrastructure (with over 7 thousand hotel beds available)
  • attractive touristic and entertainment offer (including UNESCO’s World Heritage List Old Town Complex in Toruń)

Sectors with huge potential

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