Płock Industrial and Technological Park is located in Płock – a town in the North-Western part of the Mazovian Province. The investment areas and our seat with an administrative complex are located in the Northern boundaries of the town in a direct neighbourhood of the refining and petrochemical facility and the seat of PKN ORLEN S.A.
Investment grounds of PPPT are accessible from both the city and the north-east direction with the roads suitable for heavy duty traffic. Near Płock, there run the most important road itineraries and the road infrastructure has been developing. Two international roads: No 1 Gdańsk – Ostrava and No 2 Moscow – Berlin cross each other in the neighbourhood. Shortly, the A-1 motorway North – South and A-2 East – West, shall be completed and they will cross near Płock, similarly to the express road S-10 Warsaw – Szczecin.
The Park can also be reached from the southern direction via two bridges over the Vistula River, one of which has a cargo railway. Investors in PPPT can make use of a PKN ORLEN railway terminal adjacent to the Park too. The terminal is comfortably linked to the international railway junction, which is 50 km away in Kutno, the geographic centre of Europe.
It takes only two hours to get to the largest airport in Poland named after Chopin in Warsaw and the regional airport in Modlin is only forty five minutes away. It takes less than an hour to get to Kutno – an important international railway junction. In Płock, there is also a small airport which can receive small aircrafts and helicopters.
As close as 8 km from PPPT there is a marine facility equipped with infrastructure for the reloading of over-size and non-standard loads transported over the Vistula River from the Gdynia and Gdańsk seaports.
A visible improvement in the Płock logistics conditions is planned for 2014, when the construction of east-west ring roads is scheduled for completion. The east-west line will be of the crucial value for the PPPT development since it is to be situated along investment grounds No III, IV, V and VI.