Pilkington to invest $100 million in Poland

British glassmaker Pilkington Plc said it plans to increase its Polish investment to $400 million from $300 million in the next two years to build a new factory.

"We had already begun construction works. The investment should be finished in two years and it will cost around $100 million," said Jonas Borup, country manager for Poland.

Pilkington has so far invested $300 million in four Polish plants and distribution units, which employ about 1,300 workers.

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