The Commune of Brudzew is situated by one of the most important traffic routes in Europe. A2 Motorway connects the Commune with the European network of motorways.
Airports in Poznań and Łódź offer a direct connection with over 20 European cities. The Warsaw Chopin Airport is a window to the entire world
THE COMMUNE OF BRUDZEW IN NUMBERS.
The Commune of Brudzew is inhabited by approximately 6000 people. However, thanks to the convenient transport system up to 250 000 people live at a distance of half hour’s journey.
For several years Poland has been one of the most dynamically developing economies in the European Union, excelling at the statement of GDP annual growth rates. The steady growth of the Polish economy arises from:
- a large domestic market (38 million of inhabitants),
- a high productivity rate of Polish employees,
- EU funds.
A.T. Kearney’s Foreign Direct Investment Confidence Index® places Poland among 25 top countries in which it is worth locating a business.
Management staff of the largest international companies notices in Poland a prospect of profitable investments primarily in the machine and automotive sectors as well as in research and development (R&D), biotechnology, IT and business process outsourcing (BPO) sectors.
Greater Poland Region is one of the economically best-developed regions in Poland. It is characterised by a high concentration of foreign capital (third place in Poland). Rapid economic development is facilitated by:
- high potential of human resources,
- good transport connections,
- well-developed business environment,
- traditions of industrial and trade culture.
SUCCESS MADE IN BRUDZEW.
The economy of Brudzew Commune has for many years been based on the brown coal excavation. Until the present day Adamów S.A. PAK Brown Coal Mine has been the largest employer in the commune. The work in the mine including operation of complicated multi-bucket excavators accustomed the staff to perform responsible tasks.
At the territory of the Commune there are enterprises which have also achieved success in other trades. The most competitive enterprises operate in the sector of microbiology and veterinary medicine. The projects undertaken by them are unique on the regional, national and even European level. These comprise Vet-Lab Brudzew and ProBiotics Polska.
Vet-Lab – an innovative veterinary laboratory
Vet-Lab Brudzew company is one of the leaders of innovativeness in Greater Poland. It conducts advanced research projects in the scope of veterinary medicine. It specialises in diagnostics and monitoring of the health state of breeding animals. Vet-Lab is one of the three companies co-creating the consortium conducting innovative research projects on the creation of urinary bladders based on polymer fibres.
Vet-Lab company was recognised as the most innovative company in Greater Poland in 2008 and awarded with the prize of the Marshal of Greater Poland Province.
The founder of Vet-Lab Brudzew company, dr Piotr Kwieciński, holds a motto of ‘animals + people = common health’.
ProBiotics Polska – national leader in the production and sales of probiotics
Probiotics are products containing micro-organisms which have a beneficial influence on human health and environment and substitute chemical substances. Probiotic mother cultures are produced in the modern probiotic plant in Bratuszyn owned by the company. It is the first such activity in Europe and the third one in the world! The plant itself is almost entirely energetically self-efficient. The company products are used, among others, in soaps, cleaning products for households, soil fertilising preparations and those protecting plants and animals against diseases (including chicken farms) as well as products which support human health and enrich human intestinal micro-flora. The Bratuszyn company establishes a nationwide network of regional plants and sales and training centres which popularise and sell probiotics.
At the territory of the Brudzew Commune there are currently over 220 hectares of investment land
The majority of which is located in the following sectors: Olimpia, Tarnowa, Brudzyń, Marulew, Wincentów and Bratuszyn.
All the above-mentioned land comes within the scope of the Study of conditions and directions of spatial development of Brudzew Commune passed by the Brudzew Commune Council. According to the binding provisions of law, manufacturing and service functions are its primary intended use. This means that the investment process may readily be commenced there.
|1. Bierzmo||4 ha|
|2. Olimpia||36,5 ha|
|3. Tarnowa||29 ha|
|4. Smolina||50 ha|
|5. Brudzyń||38 ha|
|6. Marulew||29 ha|
|7. Wincentów||23 ha|
|8. Bratuszyn||13 ha|
The Discovery Park
The Discovery Park is aimed to become a nationwide tourist attraction. It will present globally unique geological and archaeological findings. The first of them is a fossil forest from before 12 000 years; so far we know only several trees in Europe dating back to that period! The second one constitutes an extraordinary settlement from the Roman times located at the Amber Trail. This settlement had functioned for approximately 800 years! In the course of archaeological works it was possible to obtain thousands of invaluable and excellently preserved findings.
Assumptions for the construction of the Discovery Park:
Thematic tourist trails
Thematic tourist trails constitute an idea to combine attractions of the Brudzew Commune with the Discovery Park. They will be implemented around the following attributes: