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What do we already import from Poland?

Poland's economy is quite well developed and diverse, and it is one of the largest in Eastern Europe. Poland is a member of the European Union and its economy is the sixth largest in terms of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) among the EU countries. This is due in part to its strategic location, as Poland is located in Central Europe and is an important transit centre between Western and Eastern Europe, as well as between Northern and Southern Europe. Poland has a strong industry, including car manufacturing, electronics, mechanical engineering and chemical industry.

What do we already import from Poland?

Accordingly, what might be of interest to your business to be a good addition to your product range...

Food products:
This category includes meat products, dairy products, fruit, vegetables, confectionery, alcoholic beverages and other food products.

Cars and vehicles:
Poland is an important producer of automobiles, and Latvia imports cars, trucks, buses, and auto parts and accessories.

Electronics and household appliances:
Various electronic products such as televisions, mobile phones, computer equipment, and home appliances such as refrigerators, washing machines, microwave ovens, etc. are imported from Poland.

Furniture and furnishings:
Poland is one of the largest exporters of furniture in Europe and Latvia imports various types of furniture including office furniture, kitchen furniture, beds and others.

Chemical products:
This category includes various chemical products such as fertilisers, pharmaceutical products, cosmetics and cleaning products.

Building materials:
Various building materials such as cement products, bricks, roofing materials and windows are imported from Poland.

Clothing and footwear:
Poland is also a producer of clothing and footwear and these products are imported to Latvia.

Industrial equipment and tools:
Latvia imports various industrial equipment, tools and machinery that are used in various sectors such as manufacturing and construction.

Logistical advantages of Poland ...

Accordingly, the opportunities we utilise to ensure the supply of your goods!

Developed transport infrastructure:

Poland has a well-developed transport infrastructure, including an extensive road network, railway system, seaports and airports. The Fryderyk Chopin Airport in Warsaw is the largest and busiest airport in Poland, while the ports of Gdansk, Gdynia and Szczecin are major maritime transport centres.

Baltic-Adriatic Transport Corridor:

Poland is part of the Baltic-Adriatic Transport Corridor, which connects Baltic Sea ports (Gdansk and Gdynia) with Adriatic Sea ports (Trieste and Koper). This corridor is an important part of the European transport network (TEN-T) and facilitates the flow of goods between Northern and Southern Europe.

Intermodal terminals:

Poland has several modern intermodal terminals that allow easy movement of goods between different modes of transport (road, rail, sea). These terminals provide efficient logistics processes and reduce the cost of transport.

Logistics centres and warehouses:

Poland is home to many modern logistics centres and warehouses offering a wide range of services including storage, order processing, customs formalities and other services.

Growing e-commerce market:

With the rapid growth of the e-commerce sector in Poland, the demand for logistics services is also growing. E-commerce companies are increasingly using Poland as a base for expanding their logistics operations in Central and Eastern Europe.

These facts demonstrate the importance of Poland's logistics as our trading partner and its overall potential to become a leading logistics centre in Europe.

Take advantage of opportunities to start co-operating with Polish and other manufacturers and suppliers, and find out more about some of the biggest trade fairs in Poland...

Poland hosts several international trade fairs that attract many visitors and exhibitors from all over the world. Here are some of the most visited and significant exhibition events:

International Fair in Poznań (MTP - Międzynarodowe Targi Poznańskie):

Place: Poznań

It is the largest exhibition centre in Poland and one of the largest in Central Europe. The Poznań International Fair organises various trade fairs including ITM Poland (industrial technology fair), Budma (construction fair), Polagra (food industry fair) and others.

Warsaw Motor Show

Place: Warsaw

The largest motor show in Poland, where the latest car models, technologies and innovations are demonstrated. The exhibition is attended by car manufacturers, car enthusiasts and industry professionals.


Place: Kielce

One of the largest plastics and rubber trade fairs in Central Europe. PLASTPOL attracts manufacturers, suppliers and buyers worldwide, offering the latest technologies and products.

Warsaw Food Expo

Place: Warsaw

A food industry exhibition that provides a platform for food manufacturers, processors, distributors and other industry representatives to showcase their products and technologies.


Place: Poznan

International trade fair for furniture components and accessories, offering the latest solutions for furniture production, including materials, fittings and technology.


Place: Poznan

A building and architecture exhibition, which is one of the most important events in the construction industry in Poland. The exhibition brings together manufacturers of building materials, construction companies and architects.

Warsaw Home

Place: Warsaw

A large-scale exhibition covering interior design, furniture and decor. The exhibition attracts designers, architects and interior specialists from all over the world.


Place: Gdansk

International exhibition of amber, jewellery and ornaments, one of the world's largest such exhibitions. It attracts amber and jewellery producers, designers and collectors.


Place: Kielce

The International Defence Industry Exhibition is one of the leading defence exhibitions in Europe. It provides a platform to showcase defence and security solutions, attracting military and civilian industry representatives.

These exhibitions are significant events in their respective sectors and offer excellent opportunities for entrepreneurs, investors and professionals to learn about the latest technologies, products and trend developments. International trade fairs in Poland are an important tool for trade and business development, promoting international cooperation and investment.

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