Why Poland?

We are Poland’s leading biotechnology company, setting a path for building a flourishing new sector.

Poland’s strong economy, beauty and culture are why people have joined us from all over the world.

An innovative and fast-paced biotechnology centre

Poland’s biotechnology market is dynamically developing and rapidly gaining prominence. The number of companies conducting research and development is growing as are their financial outlays and investments. Polpharma Biologics is Poland’s largest biotechnology company, featuring hi-tech laboratories and production facilities that develop and produce biological drugs. Working with the most innovative technologies and leading international experts will give you a new perspective and boost your carrier. Join us in shaping the future of biotechnology.

In the heart of Europe

Poland, with its capital in Warsaw, has been a member state of the European Union since May 1, 2004. Located in heart of Europe, it is just a short flight from anywhere in the continent. Other notable cities include Gdańsk, Kraków, Wrocław, Poznań and Łódź, whose historical landmarks, craft shops and picturesque streets help make them vibrant cultural centres.

Polpharma Biologics offices are located in Gdańsk and Warsaw, both of which have international airports with convenient direct connections to city centres.

If you decide to explore Poland, you will enjoy a modern transportation network of express roads, motorways and modern rail, which connect all major urban centers.

Flourishing economy with a low cost of living

Poland has a developed and dynamic economy, it is also a top destination for investment in central Europe, attracting investors from neighbouring countries and the rest of the world. Many global companies choose Poland for their international hubs, welcoming candidates from all over the world with numerous budding multilanguage expat communities. High quality international schools and preschools assure a modern education – and friends for children of all ages.

In comparison to other European countries, Poland is a relatively inexpensive place to live; the cost of living in Poland is significantly lower than the UK, Germany and France.

Fluent English

Most Polish nationals speak English at a very high level, so you should not encounter any language barrier. Whether you are discussing the most minute technicality or just discussing your weekend activities, you will be able to communicate easily. If you wish to pick up a bit of the Polish language, there is a wide range of courses available for foreigners.

A robust cultural and entertainment offer

Poland's major cities feature a vibrant cultural life with diverse music and film festivals, visual arts as well as theatres and unique expositions. Each year brings hundreds of events and performances, including nearly 300 arts festivals and 30 jazz festivals throughout Poland. Larger cities offer an extensive selection of bars and restaurants, alternative clubs, as well as various vegan restaurants.

Renowned Polish hospitality and kindness will help you discover and enjoy the most interesting sites of the city and make friends easily.

Beautiful mountains, lakes and a sea

Poland is well known for its diverse and surprisingly beautiful nature. There are impressive wild forests, striking mountain ranges, as well as the idyllic sea coast, lakes and rivers. All these destinations are just a few hours’ drive away, making spontaneous weekend trips that much more enjoyable.

The Baltic Sea offers vast white beaches of fine, clean sand and is a favorite holiday destination. Gdańsk, the Polish maritime capital, is the largest coastal city and part of the Tri-City metropolitan agglomeration that includes Gdynia and Sopot. The area is home to many fascinating monuments and historical treasures of great value.

With 23 national parks, Poland is the fourth most forested country in Europe. A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979, the Bialowieza national park is famed for its old-growth forest untouched by human development, one of the last of its kind and biggest on the continent.

Featuring about 2600 lakes it’s no wonder north-east Poland has been called Land of a Thousand Lakes. Lakes cover almost 30 percent of the Masurian lake district, making it one of the most unique destinations in the country.

The mountainous Karkonosze national park offers true adventure with its countless hiking trails while winter sports enthusiasts enjoy the skiing mecca of Zakopane with 10 resorts and over 30 km of slopes.

Whatever your interests, you will find a home in Poland. Join us in making history in Polish biotechnology.

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With state-of-the-art facilities across Europe, Polpharma Biologics is at the forefront of the next wave in biotechnology, leveraging our knowledge, capabilities and footprint to develop innovative solutions for the industry.

Gdańsk

Our Gdansk site includes mammalian and microbial R&D and manufacturing facilities for mid-scale production including drug product and fill finish.

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Warsaw

Our Warsaw site is one of the largest biologics manufacturing sites in Europe, with capabilities for preclinical, clinical and commercial supply to EU and US standards.

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Gdańsk

Our Gdansk site includes mammalian and microbial R&D and manufacturing facilities for mid-scale production including drug product and fill finish.

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Warsaw

Our Warsaw site is one of the largest biologics manufacturing sites in Europe, with capabilities for preclinical, clinical and commercial supply to EU and US standards.

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