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AAM Poland Sp. z.o.o. ul. Szarych Szeregow 16-18, 58-100 Swidnica, Poland image
AC Spolka Akcyjna ul. 42 Pułku Piechoty 50, 15-181 Białystok, Hungary image
Adient Foam Poland Sp o.o ul. Wygoda 6, Zory 44-240, Poland image
Adient Seating Poland Sp. z o.o. (Adient - Bierun) Swierczyniecka 7, Bierun 43-150, Poland image
Adient - Skarbimierz Motoryzacyjna 1, 45-269 Skarbimierz, Poland image
Adient - Swiebodzin ul. Swierczewskiego 78, Swiebodzin 66-200, Poland image
ADLER POLSKA Sp.zo.o ul. Konwojowa 10, 43-346 Bielsko-Biała, Poland image
ADLER Wytwornia Czesci Motoryzacyjnych ul. Komorowicka 9, 43-500 Czechowice-Dziedzice, Poland image
ADMOT S.C. 43-391 Mazancowice 148, Poland image
Advanced Diesel Particulate Filters Sp.zo.o. Ul. Sycowska 44, Wrocław, 51-310, Poland image
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Apr 11, 2019

On April 10, Solaris Bus informed that public transport operator Arriva has ordered 54, CNG-fuelled Solaris Urbino 18 buses.
The vehicles will transport Warsaw residents on a daily basis for operating selected bus lines in the capital of Poland.
Pursuant to the signed contract, all vehicles have to be ready this year.
The buses will be fed with compressed natural gas that will be stored in roof-mounted tanks boasting a total volume of 1,700 litres.
There will be 39 seats onboard of each of the buses.
Solaris will equip the vehicles with a comprehensive set of electronic systems, including voice announcement, constant surveillance of the bus interior and exterior, and a passenger counting system.

Solaris Bus Press Release

Apr 02, 2019

On March 27, SK Innovation informed that it will build a new production plant for Lithium-ion Battery Separator (LiBS) and Ceramic Coated Separator (CCS) in Województwo Śląskie, Poland.
SK Innovation plans to invest EUR 335 million to build four LiBS production units and three CCS production units in the 270,000 sqm site located in Województwo Śląskie. 
The plant will break ground in the third quarter of this year and begin mass production in the third quarter of 2021. The annual capacity of the plant is estimated to be 340 million square meters of LiBS and 130 million square meters of CCS.
SK Innovation recently announced a series of plans to build plants in other countries including China and Poland. Currently it produces 360 million square meters of LiBS per year in Jeungpyeong, Chungcheongbuk-do, Korea, and the completion of overseas plants in China and Poland will increase SK Innovations' production capacity to 1.2 billion square meters per year.

SK Innovation media updates

Apr 02, 2019

South Korea’s SK Innovation Co., Ltd. has separated its material business and set up a new company, SK ie technology Co., Ltd., as of April 1, 2019. SK ie technology is a wholly-owned subsidiary of SK Innovation, and its core product is LiBS (Lithium-ion Battery Separator). The company’s LiBS sector has decided to make new investments in Changzhou, China, and Lower Silesian, Poland, in addition to the plants in Jeungpyeong and Cheongju in North Chungcheong Province. By setting up overseas production bases, it intends to expand the businesses. It also plans to launch the mass production of flexible cover windows (FCWs) for foldable display film. Following the construction of a demo plant in Institute of Technology Innovation located in Daejeon Metropolitan City, the company is now building new production lines in Jeungpyeong in North Chungcheong Province with an investment of around Korean won (KRW) 40 billion (JPY 3.92 billion). The Jeungpyeong plant is scheduled to start the mass production in October 2019. (From a press release on April 2, 2019)