Egger in talks with the EIB for chipboard plant in Biskupiec, Poland

Market: Panels
Posted September 24, 2018

Egger Group has started talks with the European Investment Bank (EIB) regarding potential financing for the Egger Group’s realization of their greenfield advanced wood-based materials manufacturing plant in Biskupiec, Poland.


The project is eligible for EIB funding as it will have a substantial positive economic impact for the region and support the forest-based bio-economy. The application of the Egger Group for Euro 150 million. EUR loan is currently under appraisal by EIB.

Thomas Leissing, Egger Group Management for Finance & Administration, commented: “We believe in sustainable growth through our own efforts and the plant in Biskupiec is also a long-term investment for future generations. Partnering with the EIB is important for us in order to create a maximum positive impact to the local economy and society. The region will experience a valuable push forward thanks to the investment. There will be approximately 400 new full time equivalent (FTE) jobs in the Egger plant, and many more in the upstream and downstream supply chains and service providers.”

The construction of the plant is already underway and main buildings shall be finalized by the end of 2018. The Biskupiec plant will have ultramodern facilities that are based on the latest available production and environmental protection technology. Already now, approx. 290 people have been employed by Egger in Biskupiec.





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