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Investment in the Lublin Sub-Zone



Investment in the Lublin Sub-Zone




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Ball Packaging Europe Plans to Build a New Can Plant in Poland Ball Packaging Europe, an aluminium can manufacturer, intends to buy a 12.5 ha lot and plans to build a new plant within a year's time after obtaining a permit to invest in the Lublin Sub-Zone. The project which is estimated to cost 200 mln PLN may offer employment to more than 100 people. Grzegorz Skora, the production director from Ball Packaging Europe Radomsko, said that the company wants to start the construction as soon as possible. The Lublin plant, with production premises equipped with one can-manufacturing line, warehouses and office blocks, will be the second, together with the Radomsko plant, investment of the partnership in Poland. According to "Wiadomosci Lublin," the plant's productive capacity may amount to 2 mln packages a day as the production process will be highly automated in the plant. The low-qualified staff percentage will be low and the required cadre will consist mainly of highly-qualified specialists; engineers and economists. After the recruitment process, which will start in June, selected persons will take part in several months' training in the Ball plants. The plant is scheduled to start operating in the first half of 2009.