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On May 18, 2017, Sofia Investment Agency (SIA) presented opportunities for investment to companies from Poland at the business seminar “Investment Opportunities and Economic Cooperation between Poland and Bulgaria”. The initiative was carried out with the assistance of the Polish Institute in Sofia and the Department for Promotion of Trade and Investment at the Embassy of the Republic of Poland.

We present you a short profile of the Polish companies who participated in the seminar and the B2B meetings as well as the areas in which they are looking for a partnership in Bulgaria.

Famor S.A. – – offers electrical equipment, lighting and signaling systems for rail transport and sea navigation, as well as for various industries including mining.

PPH „EWA-BIS” sp . z o.o. – specialises in the growing and supply of fruit and vegetables and expects partnerships with distributors, wholesale importers, fruit and vegetable processing plants.

SEKO which trades with fish products and canned fish, and coffee producer WOSEBA expect contacts with wholesalers and large retail chains.

RENOVA seeks contact with institutions and organizations engaged in preservation of the cultural and historical heritage. The company is restorating historical monuments, buildings and sites.

Ciech Sarzyna S.A.  is a leading plastics producer in Poland. Their products are used in the transport sector, motor vehicles, construction, mining, paint and varnish industries, etc. They await contacts with industry representatives.

Trade and service company Przedsiębiorstwo Handlowo Usługowe “GEO” sp. z o.o. O has extensive experience as a consultant in the field of construction and equipment for agriculture and livestock farming. The company develops new livestock breeding technologies and is looking for potential customers and partners.

The seminar was attended by representatives of the Polish Chamber of Commerce – Mrs Anna Derbin, Project Manager at the Department for External Economic Relations in the Chamber, as well as Mr Witold Karczewski – Vice President of the Chamber.