Aramine recently opened a new subsidiary in Poland, a strategic expansion the company said demonstrates its ongoing commitment to meet the proximity needs of its international customers and to strengthen its presence in the European market.

Located in Przemkow, the new facility has 200m2 of offices and nearly 500m2 of workshop and storage. The company will maintain stock for the territory and a team of technicians will provide service to neighboring mines, remanufacture machines and components and ultimately assemble the Aramine machines.

Beyond creating local jobs, Aramine said it will transfer its skills, innovations and technical knowledge through its Polish subsidiary. Aramine Poland soon offer the full range of the company’s products and services.

Poland was selected for its central geographical position in Europe, its active economy and its growing market. With its’ good transport infrastructure, Poland is a strategic place for export to other countries of the European Union and beyond.