Polish Chamber of Commerce

Participate in Poland’s Rapid Development

New Infrastructure

The Świętokrzyski Bridge across the Vistula river, Warsaw

38 Million Consumers

Złote Tarasy shopping mall in downtown Warsaw

Updated Urban Transport Systems

Woodrow Wilson Square Metro Station, Warsaw

High-Speed Intercity Rail

High-speed Pendolino train about to depart Wrocław’s Central Station

First To Fly The Dreamliner in Europe

17 LOT Polish Airlines Dreamliners in service

Historic Poland

Wawel Castle, seat of Polish Kings in Krakow

Modern Poland

Śródmieście – the revitalized central business district in Warsaw

Thinking of Diversifying Your Supply Chain?


Steadfast Friend and Reliable Ally of the USA

The Polish Chamber of Commerce USA can help you identify potential partners and sources of product supply in Poland. We work closely with the Polish Investment and Trade Agency, to facilitate a productive search for new supply chain and outsourcing options in Poland.

Poland is a member of the European Union and NATO, and welcomes foreign direct investment. EU Commercial Law and IP protections apply and are enforced.

Poland has a vibrant economy, which has grown consistently and steadily in the last decade.

GDP per capita at purchasing power parity has grown by an average of 6% per annum in the last 20 years.

US Foreign Direct Investment in Poland totals some $63 Billion, ranking second among foreign investors and accounting for 11% of FDI. Over 1500 American companies are represented in Poland.

Poland’s GDP of $592 Billion in 2019 is the 6th largest as measured by purchasing power in the European Union.

Polish Bilateral Trade with the USA in 2018 totaled $21.6 Billion.

  • Exports: $11.7 Billion
  • Imports: $9.9 Billion

Top export goods include machinery, electronic equipment, vehicles, furniture and plastics.

In 2019, Poland also generated a positive Balance of Trade, driven by a modernized manufacturing sector, high quality standards and efficient logistics networks.

The Service sector makes up 64.7% of the Polish economy with the Industrial sector representing 32.8% and Agriculture 2.5%. The main industries are machine building, iron and steel, coal mining, chemicals, shipbuilding, food processing, glass, beverages and textiles.