German chemical manufacturer BASF has decided to build a new factory in the Legnica Special Economic Zone, on 21 ha of land previously owned by the Agricultural Property Agency (ANR). The company will invest about €150 million on the site. It is expected to employ over 400 people – wnp.pl reports.
The company bought the property back in 2011, and in December it purchased the remaining 7 ha needed to build the new production site. On 40,000 sqm, the new factory will produce vehicle emission control systems, like filters, and catalytic converters.
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