The international concern ZF, which produces components for the automotive industry, will expand its Electronics Plant in Częstochowa, creating at least 50 new jobs, further expanding its production in the field of advanced driver assistance technologies.
On 24 June, the Katowice Special Economic Zone (KSEZ) issued a decision on public support for the new ZF investment.
“We have very positive experiences in cooperation with the KSEZ, as well as in the area of construction and implementation of production at Zakład Elektroniki ZF in Częstochowa. For this reason, we have decided to implement further projects and products in the field of advanced technologies of driver assistance systems, integrated safety and vehicle traffic control “- explained the director of Zakład Elektroniki ZF in Częstochowa, Krzysztof Gablankowski.
The new venture is another investment of the ZF company in Częstochowa, after the Safety Belt Production Plant, the Airbag Production Plant and the Electronics Plant, which produces electronic components for the automotive industry, including new generation front-facing cameras.
“We are very pleased when the SEZ company asks us again for a new support decision. This situation shows that the activity of the Katowice Special Economic Zone translates into greater development opportunities for the companies we have supported” – said Janusz Michałek, president of the KSEZ on Thursday.
The factory in Częstochowa has an area of 12,000 square meters. sq m; the investment also includes an office building with an area of 3700 sq m, intended for the ZF Shared Services Center.
The ZF concern is one of the largest suppliers of the automotive industry in the world. He specializes in in drive, chassis and vehicle safety systems. Nearly six years ago, the company incorporated the TRW concern into its structures, whose factories have been operating in Częstochowa for a long time, producing, among others, seat belts for cars, belt locks, height adjusters and airbags and their modules. The production of Częstochowa plants goes to the leading automotive concerns in the world.