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Harting expands its production facility in Poland

12 February 2024
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At the plant in Osielsko
At the Harting plant in Osielsko. Source: Harting
Krechetov Dmitry, Editorial Contributor
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Savenkova Ekaterina, Editorial Contributor to International Projects of ROLLINGSTOCK Agency

Poland: The plant in Osielsko, a satellite town of Bydgoszcz, Poland, has grown to 1,000 m², of which 720 m² are production facilities.

The plant is mainly involved in the low-volume production of electrical connectors and cable harnesses for rail and other transport applications. There are plans to produce inter-car jumpers for Stadler TINA trams assembled in Poland.

The new workshops have work areas for manual cutting, preparation and assembly of units and parts, continuous high-volume production lines, and a test station with a high-voltage tester of up to 12 kV. With 31 employees now, the plant will employ more as it expands.

The company’s Polish branch opened the Osielsko plant in 2019 and has invested around €30 mln in this and the Wroclaw plant since 2008.

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