Poland 9th in global honey production

Poland ranks 9th in terms of global honey production. The country is 8th among global honey importers and at the same time 13th place in the list of exporters of the product. This is according to BGŻ BNP Paribas analysis.

Orange Polska with fiber optic contract

Orange Polska has signed a contract with cable TV operator Inea regarding the use of its fiber-optic network to provide the internet to 40,000 (ultimately 150,000) households, the company said. Orange plans to launch its services on the network of the Poznań operator in the coming weeks.

CitySpace enters Gdańsk market

The seventh business center of serviced office space operator CitySpace, a company owned by developer Echo Investment, will open in the Tryton Business House office building in Gdańsk in mid-October. This will be the operator’s first location in the Tri-city area. Developed by Echo Investment and cu...

Arcona Capital introducing new retail brand

Fund Arcona Capital has launched its Tuż Tuż convenience shopping center brand, which it wants to develop in Poland in the near future. A property located on Al. Wojska Polskiego in Piotrków Trybunalski (totaling 2,500 sqm, its tenants include Biedronka, Pepco and Rossmann), which has just been part...

Locked content Torpol with PLN 1.5 bln best offer in PKP PLK tender

WSE-listed construction firm Torpol filed the best PLN 1.5 billion net (PLN 1.84 billion gross) offer for works at the Gdynia Port railway station. Torpol, along with PUT Intercor offer was best in terms of price, deadline and experience, the company said in a market filing. PKP PLK planned to spend...

Locked content WSE turnover drops in July

Equity turnover on the main market of the Warsaw Stock Exchange in July amounted to PLN 15 billion, a 28.9 percent year-on-year decrease, the stock exchange has announced. The bourse also announced that turnover on the bond Catalyst market amounted to PLN 181.4 million in July, a 1.4 percent y/y dec...

Locked content Daily sales down 9.7% in June

The sales of Polish daily newspapers has dropped by 9.7 percent y/y to 626,317 copies in June, according to data by The Association of Control of Press Distribution (ZDKP). The top-selling newspaper continues to be tabloid Fakt with 236,756 copies sold daily on average (8.95 percent y/y and 4.91 per...