Quality windows and doors with reasonable price? Yes, it is possible. Using the newest technologies, Polish windows and doors are providing excellent quality to price ratio.
Enough said that you probably looking through the window and walking through the door labeled “Made in Poland” just now.
How does it look in numbers?
Germany remains as a strategic market for polish manufacturers with whooping 500 million Euros worth of products exported to the West neighbor in 2015 which is 32,3% of total export of the joinery from Poland.
Great Britain took second place with 12% and nearly 200 million Euros, France on the third place with 150 million Euros that gives 10,5% of total export of windows and doors. *
That gives 9,7 million pieces that were distributed across Europe in 2015! Something that one just cannot walk past without noticing!
Getting in touch is easy!
If you are looking for a new business opportunities, BUDMA fair is a must visit place. The International Architecture and Construction Fair BUDMA will be held in Poznań, Poland on 7-10 of February 2017, presenting nearly 100 joinery companies (8000 sqm. of exhibition!) so you will have plenty to choose from.
That includes industry leaders such as Drutex, Eko-Okna, Fakro, DRE, Porta KMI, Invado, Bracia Bertrand just to name few. Here you will see their latest offer, have opportunity to discuss details of future contracts or just get more information abut the joinery sector in Poland and its enormous possibilities.
Of course joinery industry is not the only one you will have a chance to explore at BUDMA. Trade fair will generally present the entire construction branch and its newest offer with events dedicated to four major groups of visitors: trade representatives, architects and designers, contractors and developers making BUDMA one of the most important industry meeting in this part of Europe.
How to get to the fair?
Located in the centre of Poznań, Budma fair is easily reachable by car, train or plane. Take the A2 motorway (about 2,5 h drive from Berlin or Warsaw) and you will drive straight to the fairgrounds. Preferring train? Main station is just 5 minutes walk. Flying? No problem – Ławica airport is only 15 minutes drive.
Can it be easier? Oh, one more thing – visiting BUDMA fair you should go sightseeing Poznań too… City centre is astonishing and just 15 min walk from the fairgrounds! Try some traditional Polish cuisine, you will love it – that is a guarantee! No wonder Irish people are already in love in Poznań! Welcome!
*based on the ASM Poland syndicate research of the joinery industry in Poland in 2016.