Poland is a stronghold in window manufacturing. And it' s not just a slogan - hard figures testify to this. Last year, Polish companies sold windows and doors worth EUR 3 billion abroad, and Poland's share of global exports was 16.1 per cent. This is 1.54 percentage points more than in 2020 and 2.4 percentage points more than in 2019.* Experts have also calculated that since 2004. Polish joinery exports have increased as much as 10 times!
Windows and doors is a Polish speciality
Among European and global window markets, the Polish market is leading the way. Why? This is undoubtedly due to investments in new technologies used in production, qualified staff and competitive prices. In addition, Polish companies have recently been focusing on transforming their plants with regard to the use of renewable energy sources and emissions neutrality.
But that's not all!
Polish windows and doors are first and foremost very good quality products, to a great standard, very well made and delivered quickly.
Windows have become Poland's export hit
Polish brands are recognised worldwide and are in very high demand. In 2021, Polish manufacturers sold the most PVC windows abroad, with a 36.2 per cent share of global exports in this segment. In second place are wooden windows, in this case the share in world exports is 28%. In the aluminium joinery segment, Poland takes second place after China and has a 9.2% share of exports*.
Polish windows - a symbol of quality
The symbol of Polish windows and doors is very good quality, which goes hand in hand with good prices. It is very important that the position of world export leader is not linked to mass production, but testifies to the durability, resistance of the products and, let's stress it once again, very good quality.
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*Data collected by the Polish Economic Institute based on statistics prepared by ITC Trading Economics.
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