Estimated reading time: 2 minutes
Polska Wytwórnia Papierów Wartościowych (PWPW) has acquired an 18-hectare plot in Warsaw to build a state-of-the-art banknote printing facility. This strategic investment ensures secure currency production for future generations.
Polska Wytwórnia Papierów Wartościowych (PWPW), the national printing and security paper manufacturer, has purchased an 18-hectare plot of land in Warsaw. The acquisition from Polfa Tarchomin marks the beginning of the construction phase for a new banknote printing plant and paper mill. Minister of Interior and Administration, Mariusz Kamiński, emphasized the strategic significance of the PLN 143 million transaction for Poland.
A Strategic Investment for Poland
Minister Mariusz Kamiński stressed that the establishment of a new national banknote printing facility and paper mill is vital for Poland’s future. The current PWPW headquarters in Warsaw, over a century old and protected as a historic monument, limits expansion opportunities. By securing this large property, the investment aims to guarantee access to Polish currency and cash for every citizen, safeguarding future generations.
The forthcoming construction of the state-of-the-art banknote printing plant and paper mill represents a significant strategic investment from the perspective of the Polish state and its citizens. This facility will produce specially secured paper, ensuring the continued reliability and integrity of the national currency. With the project scheduled for completion in the coming years, PWPW will unlock new possibilities for enhancing its capabilities and serving the needs of the country.