British company Johnson Matthey is to launch its factory in Konin, central Poland to produce input materials for electric vehicles' batteries, Poland’s Entrepreneurship and Technology Minister Jadwiga Emilewicz said on Friday.
The company aims to invest almost PLN 1 billion (EUR 235 million) and create 200 jobs, according to Poland’s PAP state news agency.
Emilewicz was quoted by the agency as saying that “yet another company decided to develop their business in Poland.”
“It’s great news, and a proof that Poland is an attractive country to invest in,” she added.
According to PAP, the production is set to be launched in 2021 or 2022.