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Staamp Poland to extend its manufacturing facility

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Staamp Poland Sp. z o.o., a manufacturer of plastic components for the automotive industry, will add 2,600 sq m to its manufacturing facility in Błonie near Warsaw. Brica Group Sp. z o.o. is the general contractor of the project. Global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield represented Staamp Poland.
Founded in 1973, the Staamp Group is a specialist supplier of integrated thermoplastic injection moulded components. It offers a wide range of top-quality high tech components for the automotive industry, household appliances and consumer electronics for distribution in domestic and overseas markets. Following the growing demand for its products, the Staamp Group opened branches in Piastów (Poland) in 2007 and in Zriba (Tunisia) in 2009. It will now extend its manufacturing facility in Błonie, situated at 20 Lesznowolska Street, near national road no. 92 and 15 km away from the A2 motorway.
Andrea Giannelli, Head of the Manufacturing Facility and Management Board Member of Staamp Poland Sp. z o.o., said: “The Polish automotive industry focuses on manufacturing components, half of which are exported overseas. By extending its industrial base, Staamp Poland Sp. z o.o. will become a leading global manufacturer of plastic components.”
Wojciech Dachniewski, a senior negotiator, Industrial & Logistics Agency, Cushman & Wakefield, said: “The extension of the manufacturing facility for Staamp Poland Sp. z o.o. is a natural consequence of the growing demand for its products for the automotive sector both in Europe and worldwide. This move will certainly help increase the company’s manufacturing capacity and boost its further business growth.”