Poland’s strategy & roles facing the market challenges in the Aerospace sector
Adam Zohry, Senior Associate at Mazars Poland, presents some thoughts on Poland’s Aerospace & Defence sector by focusing on its crucial pillars such as clusterisation, technologies, market incentives, or talent reserve.
The global aerospace industry is going through a rapid ramp-up phase to meet the global appetite of increasing air traffic.
There are few, if any, aircrafts operating today that don’t contain a component that is manufactured in Poland. With more than 120 aerospace and aerospace-related companies located in the country, it is where influential players meet the requirements of the big aviation giants. Whether it is the production of the world-renowned Sikorsky Black Hawk military helicopter or the development of innovative engines, companies have already recognised Poland’s potential as an important aerospace hub for manufacturing projects.
Today, Poland’s Aerospace & Defence strategy has evolved into a major aviation hub for manufacturing projects that is built on a number of crucial pillars providing the necessary elements to support and nurture companies looking to set up or expand in the region.
Discover more about these key pillars deployed in the Poland's aviation valley by downloading the document below.
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