BSH: two new plants in Poland

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From left to right: Michael Schöllhorn (BSH COO), Adam Grehl (deputy mayor of the city of Wroclaw), Maciej Bador (President of the economic zone Wroclaw) and Matthias Ginthum (BSH CMO) at the ceremonial factory opening in Wroclaw, Poland
In its 50th anniversary year, BSH is expanding its global production network. The company celebrated the opening of its new sites in Poland. Two new factories will operate in the city of Wroclaw, creating new capacities to support BSH’s growth strategy. The company’s factories in Poland are specialized in the areas of laundry and dish care, cooking and refrigeration, as well as small home appliances. At the new plants, BSH expects to reach an yearly production of about two million ovens, fridges and freezers. The majority of the manufactured appliances will be intended for export, in particular to Western Europe