Imports from Poland to Malta were more than €47.7 million between January and October this year as the Polish market reports remarkable inroads all around the world.
Meanwhile, exports from Malta to Poland were in excess of €23.2 million in the same period, according to the Polish embassy.
The import of Polish products to Malta – mainly tobacco, meat, organic chemistry, mineral products and fuels – had been valued €67 million euro in 2014 and the import of Maltese products to Poland (pharmaceutical, artificial products, gum) had been valued €43 million.
“Polish companies are dynamically increasing exports, and in this way are building not only their own brands but also the image of Poland as a producer of high quality goods,” the Rome-based embassy said.
Since the political system changed, production has gone up 61 times
Polish cosmetics are gaining popularity all over the world. The profit from exports from Poland of products for hair, body and face care, as well as color cosmetics rose by 25 per cent in a decade. The symbol of the Polish cosmetics success is the brand Inglot, which already has 400 retail stores in 50 countries in the world, including Malta.
Poland is achieving great success in the world market of furniture. Since the political system changed, production has gone up 61 times and now about 25,000 Polish furniture companies are operating in the market.
It is growing as a regional leader in the Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) market. Comarch employs 3,800 people in 19 countries, Asseco Poland has found itself in the rankings of the “TOP 100 European Software Vendors” and Ericpol is in the top 20 of Europe’s 500 rankings. The Polish speciality is computer games.
For more information and cooperation contact Trade and Investment Promotion Section, Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Rome – www.roma.trade.gov.pl.