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POLAND - Key Facts
Business Environment
Polish building sector
Average employment
Salaries in construction
Production of major building materials
Selected developers in Poland
Companies listed on Warsaw Stock Exchange
Structure of construction by type
Flats prices on primary market
Distribution of building materials
Joinery
Doors and windows
Selected doors and windows producers
Furniture industry
Polish trade with Finland
Certification system in Poland
The most promising segments
Selected Finnish companies in the Polish building sector
New 2014 – 2020 EU Funds perspective in the sector
Building Research Institute (ITB)
Useful links
2nd October 2014
Panorama of Warsaw
Warsaw Golden Terraces
National Stadium in Warsaw
Old city in Warsaw
2
Key Facts
Poland on the map of Europe
2nd October 2014
Area: 322,575 km2
Population: 38,2 mln
Currency: Polish Zloty (1 EUR ~ 4,15 PLN)
GDP volume 2011: 1.522,7 bln PLN
GDP growth rate:
• 2013 – 1,6%
• 2012 – 2,0%
• 2011 – 4,3%
• 2010 – 3,8%
• 2009 – 1.7%
• 2008 – 4.8%.
GDP per capita: USD 20 300 (2011)
Membership: EU, NATO, OECD, WTO, Schengen
Zone.
President: Mr. Bronisław Komorowski since
08.07.2010 (five year term).
Prime Minister: Mr. Donald Tusk since 08.11.2011
(four year term).
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Poland in figures
(Source: POLISH INFORMATION AND FOREIGN INVESTMENT AGENCY)
Specification
GDP: bln PLN
bln EUR
GDP change
(preceding year = 100)
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
1 175
1 266
1 342
1 412
1 510
1 595,9*
1 619,8
312,5
354,1
379,9
385,6
101,6
106,7
104,8
101,8
103,8
104,3
101,9
16 674
10 970
8 384
7 351
9 929
2 864
tbc
11,2
9,5
9,5
12,3
12,5
13,4
13,8
Exports (bln EUR)
105,9
120,5
98,2
120,3
135,8
141,9
151,4
Imports (bln EUR)
118,2
139,3
105,0
134,1
150,5
151,6
154,8
Inflation rate
(CPI, preceding year = 100)
102,5
104,2
103,5
102,6
104,3
103,7
101,2
FDI inflow (mln EUR)
Unemployment rate (%)
*Exchange rate: EUR1,- = ca 4,13 PLN
Source: http://www.nbp.pl/homen.aspx?f=/srodeken.htm 04.03.2013
2nd October 2014
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Poland in figures
Structure of Polish GDP
according to the branch of economy
(source: Central Statistical Office)
2005
2011
2012
Agriculture, hunting and forest,
fishing
4,0
3,6
4,0
Industry
21,6
21,9
24,8
Construction
5,5
6,9
7,4
Trade; repair of motor vehicles
16,6
16,5
18,7
Transportation and storage
4,9
5,0
6,1
Accomodation and catering
1,1
1,1
1,2
Information and communication
3,8
3,2
3,7
Financial and insurance activities
3,9
3,9
4,6
Real estate activities
5,7
4,9
5,8
1
Professional, scientific and technical
activities
5,5
6,0
7,1
0
Public administration, and defence;
compulsory social security
9,3
8,6
13,7
Arts, entertainment and recreation
3,1
2,6
3,0
Share of the construction sector in the
Polish economy
(gross added value in the construction sector as % of GDP)
8
7
6
5,5
6,5
6,7
2007
2008
7,2
7,1
6,9
2009
2010
2011
7,4
5,9
5
4
3
2
2005
2006
2012
Source: Central Statistical Office
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2nd October 2014
Business Environment
Hourly labour costs in the selected European countries in 2012 (EUR)
48,3
Norway
39
Sweden
38,1
Denmark
34,2
France
30,4
Germany
30,8
Finland
30,5
Austria
27,4
Italy
8,3
Slovakia
8,4
Estonia
7,5
Hungary
7,4
Poland
Latvia
Bulgaria
6
3,7
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EU 17
EU 27
2nd October 2014
23,4
Source: http://europa.eu/rapid/press-release_STAT-12-63_en.htm
EU 17 consists of Belgium, Germany, Estonia, Irleand, Greece, Spain, France, Italy, Cyprus, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands,
Austria, Portugal, Slovenia, Slovakia and Finland.
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Business Environment
Labour cost per hour in Poland and in EU
between 2008 - 2012
70
60
50
25,8
26,5
26,9
27,6
28
EU 17
40
30
21,6
22,1
22,5
23,1
23,4
20
10
EU 27
Poland
7,5
0
2008
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6,4
2009
7
2010
7,1
2011
7,4
2012
7
Business Environment
Average annual hours actually worked per worker in 2011
in the selected countries
OECD countries
Netherlands
Germany
Norway
France
Denmark
Belgium
UK
Sweden
1776
1379
1413
1426
1476
1522
1577
1625
1644
Finland
1684
Spain
1690
Portugal
Slovakia
1711
1793
Italy
1774
Czech Rep.
1774
Poland
1937
Poland – country of
committed employees
Hungary
1980
Russia
1981
South Korea
2090
Source: OECD http://stats.oecd.org
2nd October 2014
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Business Environment
Modernization of roads and railroads network
Average cost to build
a 1 km motorway
Country
Amount
(mln EUR)
Poland
9,6
Germany
8,2
Netherlands
50,0
Norway
18,0
Austria
12,87
Hungary
11,87
Czech Rep.
8,86
Slovenia
7,29
Lithuania
4,0
EU average
10,0
Source:
http://encompassme.com/en/pol
and-roads
2nd October 2014
Bridge in Toruń (completed in
December 6th, 2013)
Location of the Toruń bridge
Infrastructure and environment development is in Poland one of the six main
priorities in the 2014 – 2020 perspective.
During that period time Poland will spend 27 513,9 mln EUR from European
Union funds.
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Polish building sector
Average employment in Polish building sector
(in enterprises over 9 employees)
Source: Central Statistical Office
510000
500800
500000
490000
488000
480000
476900
473000
470000
460000
456100
450000
440000
430000
2008
2nd October 2014
2009
2010
2011
2012
10
Polish building sector
Avarage salary in the Polish building sector
between 2008 - 2013 (EUR)
1000
882
900
800
720
748
755
Salaries in Polish construction sector in 2013
(EUR)
885
793
700
600
500
400
Source: Central Statistical Office,
Ministry of Economy
(exchange rate: EUR 1,- = 4,15
PLN)
300
200
100
0
2008
2009
2nd October 2014
2010
2011
I-IX 2012
I-IX 2013
Construction worker
Road machine operator
Editor scaffolding
Cleaner
Steel fixer
Concrete placer
Painter
Wood flooring
Roofer
Carpenter
Construction foreman
Building inspector
771
746
964
626
1205
1036
785
988
1687
1060
1445
2410
0
500
1000 1500 2000 2500 3000
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Polish building sector
Production of major building products
Source: Central Statistical Office
2000
2005
2010
2011
2012
Bricks of clay (in mln bricks)
971
616
480
543
473
Non-reflacting clay roof tiles and other ceramic roof tiles
(mln units)
105
133
159
162
152
Cement (in mln ton)
15
12,6
15,8
19
15,9
Lime (in thousands ton)
2376
1749
1799
2036
1799
Sawnwood (in dam³)
of which ciniferous sawnwood
3392
2826
3360
2813
4220
3765
4222
3946
4267
3811
Fibreboards of wood or ligneous materials (in km²)
216
416
541
491
502
Veneers (in km²)
33,5
54,3
34,8
32,0
27,1
10498
8336
7993
8776
8543
Steel sheets , cold rolled (in thousands ton)
953
812
835
807
1353
Steel tubes (in thousands ton)
483
380
384
408
592
Aluminium, technically pure (in thousands ton)
46,9
42,7
10,1
6,1
7,8
Crude steel (in thousands ton)
2nd October 2014
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Polish building sector
Steel production in Poland
between 2004 - 2013 (mln ton)
12
10
8
6
4
2
0
Cement production in Poland
between 2000 - 2012 (mln ton)
20
10,6
19
10,6
7,1
8
8,8
8,5
8,8
15
15
15,8
16,7
16,9
15,3
15,8
15,9
10
5
0
2000 2005 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
Source: Central Statistical Office
2nd October 2014
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Polish building sector
Prices of the selected building materials in Poland
(source: Intercenbud 14.07.2014)
ribbed rebar (pręty zbrojeniowe żebrowane)
smooth reinforcing bars (pręty zbrojeniowe gładkie)
concrete B 20 (beton B 20)
concrete B 25 (beton B 25)
concrete B 30 (beton B 30)
concrete B 35 (beton B 35)
portland cement 32,5 (cement portlandzki 32,5)
sand plain 0 - 2 mm (piasek zwykły 0 - 2 mm)
gravel sort 2 - 8 mm (żwir sortowany 2 - 8 mm)
brick building full (cegła budowlana pełna)
sandwich panel roof with polystyrene core gr. 150 mm (płyta warstwowa dachowa)
sandwich panel wall with polystyrene core gr 150 mm (płyta warstwowa ścienna)
hollow brick Porotherm 30 P+W 300/248/238 mm grade 15 (pustak)
floor jois Porotherm 250/16/17,5 cm (belka stropowa Porotherm 250/16/17,5 cm)
tinned sheet TR 130/343 thickness 0,75 mm (blacha ocynkowana)
kerb 100x30x15 cm, grey (krawężnik 100x30x15 cm, grey)
sett thickness 8 cm, grey (kostka brukowa, grubość 8 cm, szara)
chipboard construction OSB 3 2500x1250x12 mm (płyta wiórowa budowlana)
mineral wool UNI-MAT 150 mm (wełna mineralna UNI-MAT 150 mm)
asphalt road 35/50 (asfalt drogowy)
asphalt road 50/70 (asfalt drogowy)
2nd October 2014
unit
kg
kg
m³
m³
m³
m³
t
m³
m³
pcs.
m²
m²
pcs.
pcs.
m²
m
m²
m²
m²
t
t
VAT PLN price Exch. rate EUR price
23 %
2,62
4,2
0,62
23 %
2,51
4,2
0,60
23 %
228,66
4,2
54,44
23 %
255,32
4,2
60,79
23 %
279,63
4,2
66,58
23 %
297,88
4,2
70,92
23 %
401,73
4,2
95,65
23 %
21,22
4,2
5,05
23 %
51,02
4,2
12,15
23 %
1,15
4,2
0,27
23 %
76,42
4,2
18,20
23 %
73,9
4,2
17,60
23 %
5,35
4,2
1,27
23 %
57,55
4,2
13,70
23 %
34,34
4,2
8,18
23 %
19,54
4,2
4,65
23 %
32,65
4,2
7,77
23 %
17,22
4,2
4,10
23 %
18,01
4,2
4,29
23 %
2185
4,2
520,24
23 %
2100
4,2
500,00
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Polish building market – main chemical producers
Market share in the chemistry building
materials in term of value (%)
CEKOL
2,80 %
DOLINA NIDY
2,80 %
SELENA
3,20 %
WEBER
4,50 %
MAPEI
4,50 %
BAUMIT
5,90 %
KREISEL
6,10 %
KNAUF
7,30 %
HENKEL
7,80 %
ATLAS
0,00 %
Market share in the chemistry building materials in
terms of quantity (%)
15,80 %
5,00 %
10,00 %
15,00 %
20,00 %
ALPOL
CEKOL
MAPEI
WEBER
DOLINA NIDY
KREISEL
HENKEL
BAUMIT
KNAUF
ATLAS
0,00 %
2,30 %
3,10 %
3,90 %
4,00 %
5,20 %
7,10 %
7,30 %
8,70 %
9,90 %
16,50 %
5,00 %
10,00 %
15,00 %
20,00 %
Above statistics covers:
adhesives for ceramic tiles, floor screeds, self-leveling, adhesives for thermal insulation mortar, plaster
panels, gypsum and plaster putty, gypsum plaster, cement, adhesives for wood flooring, construction
silicones and foam mounting primers.
Source: IBP Research
2nd October 2014
15
Polish building sector selected producers of building materials
Selected producers of building materials in Poland
Cement
Lime
GK panel
Ceramics
Cellular concrete
Mineral wool
Steel
Lafarge Cement S.A.
Lhoist Bukowa
Norgips Sp. z o.o.
Wienerberger (85%)
Solbet
Kolbuszowa S.A.
Rockwool
ArcelorMittal
Cementownia Odra
(MIEBACH)
Lablar
Sp. z o.o.
Rigips
Leier (10%)
Solbet Stalowa
Wola S.A.
Saint Gobain
Isover Polska Sp.
z o.o.
ALCHEMIA S.A.
Górażdże Cement
(Heidelberg Cement
Group)
NORDKALK
Sp. z o.o.
Lafarge
EkoKLINKIER
„BOGDANKA” S.A.
Solbet Sp. z o.o.
Isoroc Polska
Huta Częstochowa
CRH Grupa Ożarów
ZW Lhoist S.A.
Knauf Sp. z o.o.
KlinkierBud
CRH
Grupa Prefabet
Polska S.A.
PAROC
Huta Łaziska S.A.
Cementownia Nowiny
Sp. z o.o. (Dyckerhoff
Polska)
Trzuskawica
S.A.
Zakłady Przemysłu
Gipsowego
„DOLINA NIDY”
Roben Polska
Sp. z o.o.
Grupa Prefabet
S.A.
URSA
Huta Ostrowiec
CEMEX Polska
Pmya Sp. z o.o.
Vobos
Ożarów
Mazowiecki
Zamojska Klinkiernia
w Budach
H+H Celcon Polska
Cementownia
Kraków-Nowa Huta
Kopalnia
Wapienia
Czatkowice
Zakład Ceramiki
Budowlanej
w Chmielowie
XELLA Polska Sp. z
o.o.
CMC Zawiercie S.A.
Niemce S.A.
Huta Buczek
Górka Cement Sp. z
o.o. (MAPEI)
2nd October 2014
Feldhaus Klinker
Polska
Huta Pokój
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Polish building sector - roofing
The most recognizable roofing manufacturers in Poland (%)
IBF
Leier
38,20 %
44,80 %
Euronit
45,90 %
Plannja
46,20 %
Lindab
RuppCeramika (Lafarge Dachy)
Onduline
56,10 %
64,10 %
66,80 %
Jopek
72,60 %
Ruuki
72,90 %
Wienerberger (Koramic)
73,10 %
Brass (Lafarge Dachy)
Robern Ceramika
Pruszyński
91,20 %
92,50 %
93,90 %
0,00 % 10,00 % 20,00 % 30,00 % 40,00 % 50,00 % 60,00 % 70,00 % 80,00 % 90,00 % 100,00 %
2nd October 2014
17
Polish building sector
Buildings completed
Source: Central Statistical Office
2000
2005
2009
2010
2011
Buildings of which
Private buildings
42844
73287
80012
80635
81827
Urban areas
22275
31964
28519
27566
27343
Rural areas
20569
41323
51493
53069
54484
One-dwelling as well
as two or more
dwelling residential
buildings
29105
55479
62982
62962
63888
Non-residential
13725
16311
14836
14369
15883
2896
4148
4692
4683
4812
of which farm
buildings
Warsaw streets
2nd October 2014
Warsaw Ujazdowski Park
18
Polish building sector
Residential building January – June 2014
Source: Central Statistical Office (GUS)
June
Number of
homes
January – June
June 2013 = 100
May 2014 = 100
Number of homes
January-June
2013 = 100
Home completions
Total
10 561
100,8
118,1
66 327
97,6
Self-build homes
5 867
98,0
107,6
37 725
94,4
Homes built for sale
(developers)
4 261
108,0
132,0
25 567
102,0
Homes built by
housing associations
185
293,7
402,2
1 436
91,0
Homes owned by
workplaces, council
homes, affordable
rental homes
248
51,1
115,9
1 599
122,3
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Polish building sector
Residential building January – June 2014
Source: Central Statistical Office (GUS)
June
Number of
homes
January – June
June 2013 = 100
May 2014 = 100
Number of homes
January-June
2013 = 100
Home starts
Total
13 531
117,0
99,6
72 253
122,5
Self-build homes
7 576
102,0
101,8
38 502
105,4
Homes built for sale
(developers)
5 733
147,9
97,3
31 804
151,3
Homes built by
housing associations
61
469,2
254,2
509
78,2
Homes owned by
workplaces, council
homes, affordable
rental homes
161
63,1
69,7
1 438
177,3
2nd October 2014
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Polish building sector
Residential building January – June 2014
Source: Central Statistical Office (GUS)
June
Number of
homes
January – June
June 2013 = 100
May 2014 = 100
Number of homes
January-June
2013 = 100
Home permits
Total
14 625
105,0
112,1
76 480
112,8
Self-build homes
7 301
97,4
99,7
36 792
98,9
Homes built for sale
(developers)
6 972
113,5
133,0
37 668
137,6
Homes built by
housing associations
187
134,5
117,6
662
102,6
Homes owned by
workplaces, council
homes, affordable
rental homes
165
107,8
50,8
1 358
53,2
2nd October 2014
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Polish building sector – selected developers
Reference address
• Firmy wykonawcze
Company name
Firma Budowlana „Marek Antczak”
Kalisz
Novum Plus Sp. o.o.
Osiedle Rozalin, Lusówko k. Poznania
Archicom Sp. o.o.
Olimpia Port, Wrocław
MTG Agri-Rol S.A.
Osiedle Książenice, Książenice
Archicom Sp. o.o.
Lofty Platinum, Wrocław
Słowiańska NOVA, Poznań
Masterm Investment Sp. o.o. Sp. k.
Unidevelopment Sp. o.o.
Praga Square, Warszawa
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Picture
22
Polish building sector companies listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange
Net profit of the companies from building sector listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange (mln EUR)
200
44,8
9,6
4
0
Budimex
Elektrobudowa
Trakcja
Erbud S.A.
-3,3
Mostostal
Warszawa
-27
Polimex
Mostostal
PBG
-200
2010
-299,5
2011
-400
2012
-600
-800
Exchange rate: EUR 1,- = 4,15 PLN
-889,3
-1000
Source: ERBUD
2nd October 2014
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Polish building sector
Apartments completed in Poland between 2007 - 2013 (in thousands)
180
165,2
160
152,9
160
140
135,8
133,8
143,2
130,9
120
100
80
60
40
20
0
2007
2nd October 2014
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013 forecast
24
Polish building sector - residential buildings
New residential buildings completed between
January - September 2013
Dwellings in Wrocław
120000
97995
100000
80000
60000
56672
51658
55022
Buildings
41323
40000
Dwellings
20000
3364
0
Private
Dwellings in Kraków
Other than
private
Total
New residential buildings completed between
January - September 2013
120000
97995
100000
80000
Dwellings in Łódź
60000
57919
40000
20000
40076
37260
55022
Buildings
Dwellings
17762
0
Urban areas Rural areas
2nd October 2014
Total
25
Polish building sector – flats on the primary market
Average prices of flats (apartments) on the primary market (EUR/m²)
1506
Wrocław
1608
1852
Warszawa
1944
1476
Poznań
1629
1208
Łódź
February 2013
1268
February 2012
1614
Kraków
1745
1209
Katowice
1157
1448
Gdańsk
1426
0
500
Source: otodom.pl, Bankier.pl
2nd October 2014
1000
1500
2000
2500
Exchange rate: EUR 1,- = 4,15 PLN
26
Polish building sector - Joinery
Directions of Polish joinery sales in 2011 (%)
Directions of Polish exports
30 %
domestic market
70 %
export
Determinants of development woodwork in Poland
 state orders
 developers investment s in property development
 individual demand
 exports
Source: Presentation „Branżowy Program Promocji Stolarki Okiennej i Drzwiowej”
2nd October 2014
27
Polish building sector - joinery
The major joinery exporters in the EU
in 2012 (mln EUR)
Export of Polish joinery between
2004 - 2012 (mln EUR)
1200
Belgium
Hungary
Slovakia
Portugal
Sweden
Czech…
Denmark
Netherlands
Austria
Italy
Poland
Germany
150
155
170
185
210
220
295
300
310
0
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1070
955,7
1000
827,9
800
706,5
388,9
300
200
470
1070
1420
500
702,9
565,3
600
400
827,1
1000
0
2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
1500
28
Polish export of doors and windows
The major directions of Polish export of windows and doors in 2012 (mln EUR)
29
Sweden
37
Norway
50
Italy
54
Belgium
60
Slovakia
79
Czech Republic
96
France
117
Great Britain
122
Denmark
263
Germany
0
50
100
150
200
250
300
Source: Ministry of Economy
2nd October 2014
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Doors and windows
General information
(Source: Ministry of Economy)
Number of producers
2.500
Production amount
(pcs)
20 mln
Polish share in the EU
turnover
30%
Value of annual export
(mln EUR)
950
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Doors and windows
Structure of joinery in Poland in terms of
sales (%)
windows
gateways
17,80 %
covers
8,60 %
5,90 %
6,80 %
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61 %
aluminium
construction
doors
31
Selected doors and windows producers
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32
Selected doors and windows producers
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33
Polish building market distribution channels
Distribution structure of the Polish building materials
Supermarkets
Warehouses
Specialist shops
Shares of the market
2006
2013
2006
2013
2006
2013
25%
38%
67%
54%
8%
8%
• Castorama
• Leroy Marlin
• Obi
have total of 75% share among
supermarkets.
Grupa Polskie Składy Budowlane
has 20% of the segment.
Other companies include:
• Grupa Handlo-Budowlana
• Saint Gobain Dystrybucja
• Sieć budowlana pl.
• Grupa ABG
• Onninen
• SIG
• Składy Budowlane XOX
• Grupa PHMB
• 3W Dystrybucja Budowlana
• OSHB
• AB Bechcicki, and others have
few percent share each
In 2012 and 2013 the building materials market value amounted 10,29 and 11,18 billion EUR respectively
Source: IBP Research
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Polish building market –
largest supermarkets and retail network
No
Name
Points
of sales
Offer
1
AB BECHCICKI
11
Products, among others: Śnieżka, PPG, Tikkurila, Altax, Akzo Nobel, Atlas, Ceresit (Henkel), Rooflite, Isover,
Rockwool, Ursa
2
MB WESOŁEK
350
Paints, among others: Dekoral, Cieszynka, Domalux, Sigma
3
BIMS PLUS
110
Heating, air conditioning and ventilation, and sanitary engineering (offer covers over 100 000 products)
4
BRICOMARCHE
35
„Home and Garden” supermarkets which has offer over 15 000 products
5
CASTORAMA*
67
Offers building materials, decoration materials, bathroom, kitchen, and electic equipment, metal products
6
ABG GROUP
6
Distributor of heating, air conditioning and ventilation, and sanitary engineering
7
PBS - MRÓWKA
8
JULA
9
LEROY MERLIN*
44
See below
10
NOMI
34
Offer over 30 000 products (among others: building materials, decoration materials, bathroom, kitchen, and
electic equipment, metal products)
11
OBI*
43
See below
12
ONNINEN
33
electrical accessories, lighting, cables and wires, energy and infrastructure, engineering installation and heating,
sanitary engineering
13
PRACTIKER*
24
See below
14
RCBM MAJSTER*
24
See below
15
SKŁADY BUDOWLANE VOX
60
exterior doors, interior, windows, wood flooring, laminate flooring, floorboards, wall finishes, construction
chemicals, building materials.
420
See below
tools, building materials, paint, lighting products and electrical, garden, workwear
*curtains, paint, wallpaper, blinds, curtain rods, lamps, bedding, rugs, carpets, stoves, fireplaces, air conditioning, fittings, ceramics, tiles, building chemicals, building
ceramics, dry lining, insulation, clinker, carpentry, fences, gates, roofs lighting, electrical items, bathroom accessories, paintings, pretty things, panels, power tools,
tools, glass, furniture, a wide selection of art. zoos, aquariums, food - cat and dog accessories dog - cat, fishing, bird and rodent accessories, ponds, garden plants,
garden chemicals, lawn mowers, tractors.
Source: WPHI Helsinki
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Polish building market
POMERANIAN
Sales of building materials in Poland in 2013
by provinces (%)
West Pomeranian
Greater Poland
Warmian-Masurian
Świętorzyskie
Silesian
Pomeranian
Podlaskie
Subcarphatian
Opole
Masovian
Lesser Poland
Łódź
Lubusz
Lublin
Kuyavian-…
17 %
18,00 %
16,00 %
14,00 %
10,90 %
12,00 %
9,60 %
9,60 %
10,00 % 7,90 %
8,00 %
4,90 % 6,30 %
5,10 % 5,90 % 3,20 %
4,50 %
6,00 %
4,50 %
2,90 %
2,30
%
4,00 %
2,50 %
2,90 %
2,00 %
0,00 %
Lower Silesian
WARMIAN-MASURIAN
WEST POMERANIAN
KUYAVIANPOMERANIAN
PODLASKIE
MASOVIAN
LUBUSZ
GREATER POLAND
ŁÓDŹ
LOWER SILESIAN
LUBLIN
ŚWIĘTOKRZYSKIE
OPOLE
SILESIAN
LESSER
POLAND
SUBCAPATHIAN
Source: IBP Research
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Furniture industry
General information
Source: Polish Furniture Association
I-IX
2012
(thous. pcs)
I-IX
2011
(thous. pcs)
Chairs
1643
1688
Kitchen furniture
2247
1902
Wooden furniture
(bedroom)
2224
2283
Wooden furniture
(sitting room)
13759
13601
Production
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Furniture industry Employment in the furniture industry
I and II quarter 2012
(in thousands)
I and II quarter 2011
(in thousands)
Large, medium and
small companies
127,4
133,5
Large and medium
companies
101,2
105,0
Small companies
2nd October 2014
26,2
28,5
Definition
of small and medium enterprises (SMEs)- categories of
companies:
1. medium-sized enterprise:
employs fewer than 250 employees and
an annual turnover not exceeding EUR 50 million or an
annual balance sheet total not exceeding EUR 43 million;
2 . a small business:
fewer than 50 employees and
an annual turnover not exceeding € 10 million or annual
balance sheet total not exceeding € 10 million;
3rd micro-enterprise:
employs fewer than 10 employees and
its annual turnover does not exceed EUR 2 million or an
annual balance sheet total does not exceed EUR 2 million.
38
Furniture industry Amount of the companies in the furniture industry
Category
Large enterprise
2nd October 2014
Amount in 2013
100
Medium-sized and small companies
1 850
Micro-enterprises
22 050
39
Polish trade with Finland
Polish trade with Finland between 2005 - 2013 (mln EUR)
3500
3000
2976,3
2756
2500
2305,8
2000
1500
1576,8
1298,7
1000
500
1065,8
558,8
943,4
595
2288
1423
1358
887
930
2685
1411
1366
2032,9
1893,7
1624,6
2310
2596
729
1579
1177
1185
1319
-47
0
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
-500
-1000
-507
-536
-703,7
-847,8
-1500
EXPORT
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-428
-402
2013
-226
-1089,5
IMPORT
TURNOVER
BALANCE
Source: Finnish Customs TULLI
40
Polish foreign trade
Export of Polish furniture
Export of Polish furniture between 2005 - 2013 (bln EUR)
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
4,4
4,9
5,5
5,9
5
6,4
6,6
6,9
2011
2012
2013
5,6
1
0
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
Source: Ministry of Economy
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Polish foreign trade
Export of Polish furniture to Finland
Export of Polish furniture to Finland
between 2008 - 2012 (mln EUR)
50
45
45
40
35
35,4
30,6
30
27,5
27,9
2009
2010
25
20
15
10
5
0
2008
2011
2012
Source: Ministry of Economy
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Polish foreign trade
Export of Polish building materials to Finland
Polish export of building materials to Finland
between 2010 - 2013 (mln EUR)
80
70
69,4
65,8
68,1
60
50
48,8
40
This statistic is subject of export of the following products: glaziers putty, particle board,
oriented strand board (OSB), fibreboard of wood or other ligneous materials, builders
joinery and carpentery of wood, sections of iron or non-alloy steel, tubes and pipes,
frames, doors, balustrades, pillars and columns, aluminium plates, sheets and strip,
slaked lime and hydraulic lime, paints and varnishes based on synthetic polymers or
chemically modified natural polymers.
30
20
10
0
2010
2011
2012
I-XI 2013
Source: Ministry of Economy
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Polish foreign trade
Export of Polish building materials to the selected countries
Polish export of the building materials to the selected countries between 2010 - 2013
(mln EUR)
I-XI 2013
205,8
68,1
2012
206,8
69,4
155,2
186,2
65,8
111,3
2010
159,4
48,8
Source: Ministry of Economy
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50
305,8
244,4
Norway
Denmark
2011
0
318,6
224,2
100
150
Sweden
238,2
Finland
193,6
200
250
300
350
Above statistic is subject of export of the following products: glaziers putty, particle board, oriented
strand board (OSB), fibreboard of wood or other ligneous materials, builders joinery and carpentery
of wood, sections of iron or non-alloy steel, tubes and pipes, frames, doors, balustrades, pillars and
columns, aluminium plates, sheets and strip, slaked lime and hydraulic lime, paints and varnishes
based on synthetic polymers or chemically modified natural polymers.
44
Selected Finish companies in the Polish building sector
Agrosec Polska
Ensto Pol
Gebwell
GS Hydro
Tecwill Polska
Teknos Oliva
Ramirent S.A.
Caverion
Paroc Polska
Retting Heating
Sanitec Koło
Assa Abloy Poland
Caverion
Kiilto Polska
Lemminkӓinen Polska
Lieto Security
Onninen
Teknos
Uponor Infra
UPM Raflatac
Findrewno
Outokumpu Distribution Polska
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Polish building sector –
the most promissing segments
The most promising segments of the Polish construction market over the next two years
Special construction
1%
Warehouse construction
2%
Public buildings
2%
Office construction
3%
Retail construction
8%
Environmental construction
10 %
Industrial construction
11 %
Road construction
12 %
Residential construction
12 %
Railway construction
21 %
Energy construction
38 %
0%
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5%
10 %
15 %
20 %
25 %
30 %
35 %
40 %
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EU Funds in Poland in 2014 – 2020 perspective
The Operational Programme Infrastructure and Environment
(27 513,9 mln EUR)
The Operational Programme Infrastructure and Environment will support energy efficiency and low-carbon economy
projects, in particular in cities.
Its main beneficiaries will be public bodies (including local authorities), but also private companies.
PRIORITIES








reduction of emission (in the) economy
environment protection, including adaptation to climate change
development of transport infrastructure, environmental friendly and
important in European scale
increasing accessibility to European transport network
improving of energy security
protection and development of national heritage
enhancement of strategic infrastructure in health protection
technical assistance
Warsaw
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Polish certification system in building materials sector
European Approval Body
According to the Decree of the Minister of Infrastructure, dated 2nd December 2002, determining the Polish organizations
authorized to issue the European Technical Approvals, the Building Research Institute is designated to perform the assessment of
fitness for use of the innovative construction products and to grant the European Technical Approvals. This authorization has been
notified to the European Commission and to the Member States of the European Union and provided ITB the status of EOTA full
member. Since the 1st May 2004, the Institute as EOTA member, is within its rights to grant European Technical Approvals (ETA),
which – like harmonized standards – are the reference documents in conformity assessment procedure, allowing for CE marking
of construction products.
European Notified Body No 1488
The Building Research Institute is the Notified Body to the European Commission and to the Member States of European Union,
designated for the tasks concerning with the assessment of construction products conformity, according to the requirements of
CPD.
Implementation of these tasks is leading to CE marking of the construction products and is concerning with the activity in the
following range:certification of products conformity,
•
certification of factory production control,
•
laboratory testing.
•
The ITB is registered in European Commission data base (NANDO CPD) under the number 1488.
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Building Research Institute (ITB)
ITB is the body authorized to issue the technical
approvals in the range of following products:
REQUIREMENTS FOR MANUFACTURERS OF
CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS
(concerning Factory Production Control - FPC)
products for concrete, steel and ceramic structures,
metal and plastic anchors,
products for lightweight structures, casings and
fillings,
windows, doors, gates and associated products,
products for moisture-proofing and water-proofing
protection,
products for thermal and acoustic insulations,
products for building protection,
products for fire protection,
products for plastering, flooring, lining and facing,
products for sanitary installations.
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These requirements are designated for Manufacturers
applying for the following certificates from the
Certification Department of the Building Research
Institute:
a) Product conformity,
b) Factory Product Control,
c) A–ITB acoustic mark,
d) Q–ITB quality mark,
e) EKO–ITB environmental mark.
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ITB International Cooperation
(selected examples)
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Useful links
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Building Research Institute (ITB) http://www.itb.pl/en/
Institute of Hydroengineering of Polish Academy of Sciences (IBW PAN)
http://www.ibwpan.gda.pl/index.php/en/
Road and Bridge Research Institute http://www.ibdim.edu.pl/eng/
Stowarzyszenie Kosztorysantów Budowlanych http://www.kosztorysowanie.org.pl/ (polish only)
Polish Association of Houses Construction http://www.psbd.com.pl/ (polish only)
Polish Cement Association http://www.polskicement.com.pl/ (polish only)
Expanded Polystyrene Association http://www.styropiany.pl/ (polish only)
Association of Concrete Producers http://www.stow-bet.com.pl/main_spb.php (polish only)
National Union of Construction Materials Producers „CERBUD” http://www.cerbud.org.pl/ (polish only)
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Useful links
Selected wholesalers of building materials in Poland
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
BROKER http://www.broker.stg.pl/#5
REALBUD http://www.realbud.pl
GIEBEL http://giebel.com.pl
HURTOWNIA BUDOWLANA24 http://hurtowniabudowlana24.pl
FALCON http://www.falkon.elblag.pl
ELBUDEX http://elbudex.com.pl
MIXBUD http://www.mixbud.com.pl
HMB MATERIAŁY BUDOWLANE http://www.hmb.com.pl
DAK-BUD http://dak-bud.prv.pl
BUD-MAT http://www.bud-mat.eu
PIK MATERIAŁY BUDOWLANE http://www.pik.plo.pl
CENTROBUD http://www.centrobud.pl
BUTRANS http://www.butrans.com.pl
EL-BAU http://www.elbau.com.pl
CERBUD http://www.cerbud.pl
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Useful links
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Official Site of Poland www.poland.gov.pl
President of the Republic of Poland www.president.pl
Prime Minister of the Republic of Poland www.premier.gov.pl
Ministry of Economy http://www.mg.gov.pl
Polish Information and Foreign Investment Agency (PAIiIZ) http://www.paiz.gov.pl/en
Polish Agency for Enterprise Development www.parp.gov.pl
Innovation portal for entrepreneurs and R&D Units http://innowacje.gov.pl
Polish Export Promotion Portal http://www.eksporter.gov.pl
Project Database, Project Private Partnership http://bazappp.gov.pl
Trade and Investment Promotion Sections of Polish Embassies, Information Service
http://polska.trade.gov.pl/en
Trade and Investment Promotion Section, Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Helsinki
www.helsinki.trade.gov.pl
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Thank you for your
attention
CONTACT
Risto Rytin tie 7, Tel.: (+358) 9 686 00 60
Fax. (+358) 9 686 00 610
www.helsinki.trade.gov.pl
E-mail: [email protected]
00 570 Helsinki, FINLAND
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