Technology base to be built near Poland’s Zaklady Azotowe Pulawy

15 December 2010 10:25  [Source: ICIS news]

PRAGUE (ICIS)--The local government in Pulawy, Poland, has approved plans to construct a park to house science and technology companies in the vicinity of chemical producer Zaklady Azotowe Pulawy (ZAP), an official said on Wednesday.

ZAP said it could conceivably supply companies in the park with processing products, including melamine, caprolactam and hydrogen peroxide.

Jaroslaw Pazik, the head of Pulawy’s department for economic activities, said: “ZAP provides a lot of different products, intermediates and raw materials that can be processed by other companies. It can cooperate with numerous small businesses as recipients of various products and services.”

Some 85% of the cost of the zloty (Zl) 80m ($26.8m, €20.1m) park, which is scheduled to open in 2012, will be paid for with EU funds, he added.

ZAP is Poland’s largest fertilizer producer and the world’s third-largest melamine producer.

($1 = Zl 2.98, €1 = Zl 3.99)

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