Germany’s Rena Lodz invests in new Polish plant
By Richard Higgs
Posted 25 February 2013
Rena Lodz, a German owned manufacturer of plastic components for industrial machinery plans to invest more than €3m to construct a new production plant in Lodz, Poland.
The Polish firm, part of the group Rena GmbH. of Gütenbach, Germany, intends to produce and assemble plastic parts used in machinery for various industries, including photovoltaics, according to Palilz, Poland’s information and foreign investment agency.
Rena Lodz expects to make the investment before September 2013 and the new industrial facility is scheduled to create ten new jobs. Granted a permit for the project in Lodz Special Economic Zone last month (January 2013), the company has agreed to maintain a total workforce of 148 by the end of 2018.
Rena, formerly Höllermüller Lodz, has an existing 2,500m² plant in Lodz and employs 200. It has a sister business Rena Poland in Wykroty, Poland which employs 150 and has a 17,500m² operation.
Rena Group supplies production systems for the wet chemical processing of substrates for circuit board and medical technology and for the photovoltaics and semiconductor industries.
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