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Poland Rolls out Plans for First Industry and Technology Park

12:29 PM MDT | May 21, 2012 | —Natasha Alperowicz in PÅ‚ock

The PÅ‚ock Industrial and Technological Park (PPPT; PÅ‚ock, Poland), the first of its kind in Poland, is rolling out plans for a comprehensive industrial cluster. PPPT, an equally owned joint venture between PKN Orlen (PÅ‚ock), one of the largest refinery and petrochemical enterprises in Central Europe; and the city of PÅ‚ock, is targeting several industries including chemicals, construction, environmental protection, and logistics. Lewandowska: Cooperating with Shanghai Chemical Park. PPPT, spread over 200 hectares adjacent to the PKN Orlen refinery and petchem...

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