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Mota-Engil wins another big contract in Poland

The best offer for the tender for the “Construction of the expressway S5 Poznan – Wroclaw, section Radomicko – Kaczkowo, stage I Radomicko (without junction ) – Leszno South” was submited by Mota-Engil Central Europe S.A. The value of the project is more than 440 million pln.


The contractor will construct a dual carriageway expressway S5 with a length of over 19 km, with two lanes and two road junctions in the S5. The task will also include reconstruction of roads, construction of parallel access roads, construction Service Areas Wilkowice West, the construction of sixteen engineering objects, road drainage, lighting and environmental protection equipment.

Mota-Engil: 70 years building a history with future

Mota-Engil Group, one of the biggest European construction companies, celebrates this year its 70th anniversary.

Founded in 1946, Mota-Engil Group is today a multinational organization with operations focused on construction and infrastructure management in the segments of Engineering and Construction, Environment and Services (waste, water, ports, logistics, energy and maintenance), Transport Concessions (highways, bridges and underground transportation) and Mining.

As a leader in Portugal, with a consolidated position in the ranking of the 30 largest European construction Groups, Mota-Engil is making its mark on 3 continents and 22 countries, in three distinct geographical areas – Europe, Africa and Latin America. In Poland, Mota-Engil has been present for over 19 years. Mota-Engil assumes its  position in the market according to the values and cultural identity of the organisation, grounded in a unique and integrated strategic vision for the future.

Mota-Engil: Safety first!

Mota-Engil Central Europe has introduced one of the most modern safety system for work at height on the construction sites.


Through this investment, the company can guarantee the maximum safety of all persons on the construction site. The company focuses on the safety of employees not only through direct investments in equipment, safety systems and trainings, but also on a wider scale through the active participation in the Agreement for the Construction Safety –  organization of the ten largest construction companies in Poland, with the aim of global improvement of the safety on the sites in whole country.

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PPCC gives patronage to “Patka and Pepe – Aventura Brasileira”

Coming this December – “Patka and Pepe. Aventura Brasileira” – yet another amazing adventure from the detective series written by Aga Szczepanska. This time Patka and Pepe are solving crimes in the tropical Brazil!!!

Our two main young detectives, under the watchful eye of uncle Wężowski, land in Rio de Janeiro and embark on an incredible journey along the coastline down to Sao Paulo, attracting along the way, a chain of unexpected and tangling affairs. Who’s the mysterious Flamengo kid? Why is the dog wearing shoes? And what does the famous footballer have to do with this? What are the Whiners-Complainers so afraid of? Is the Bird Queen going to save the Dreamer? And will our tiny heroes manage to solve this mystery and help their friends? As usual, illustrations made by Marsija and the mind blowing cover page created by an artist from Brazil.

Author of the cover: Cassio Markowski-Ferreira

It’s our great pleasure to inform that the Polish-Portuguese Chamber of Commerce has conceded its Patronage to “Patka and Pepe. Aventura Brasileira”.

(Print house Studio Moema – Warsaw 2015, hard cover, 176 pages, ISBN 978-83-933072-6-5).


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PPCC @ Portugal Exportador 2015

The PPCC was present at Portugal Exportador 2015, represented by Mr, Wojciech Baczynski, PPCC Secretary General.

During the event, the PPCC had a stand in the space dedicated to the Portuguese Chambers of Commerce operating abroad. Here, it was possible to have several meetings with PPCC Member companies and with many companies that aim to expand their activity to Poland. This testifies that Poland remains one of the most attractive European markets for the Portuguese companies.

The Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Lisbon was also present in the event, having its own stand in the fair’s section dedicated to foreign embassies in Portugal.

A seminar about the Polish market also took place during Portugal Exportador 2015. The seminar counted with the participation, has speakers, of Mr. Wojciech Baczynski and representatives of the Polish Republic in Lisbon, Jerónimo Martins, Novo Banco and AICEP.


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Solaris and Millennium Leasing will deliver 60 eco-friendly buses to Warsaw

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Bolechowo 15.10.2015

On 15 October, Solaris Bus & Coach S.A. and Millennium Leasing Sp. z o.o. signed an agreement with Miejskie Zakłady Autobusoweon for the delivery and 6-year lease of 60 new buses. The contract is worth more than PLN 107 million.


The contract involves the delivery of sixty modern Solaris Urbino buses. These will be low-floor articulated 18 m – long vehicles. The lease period shall be 71 months. The contract is worth more than PLN 107 million.


We have close to a thousand Solaris buses in our fleet – this brand is definitely the dominating one in Miejskie Zakłady Autobusowe. We hope that the next buses from Bolechowo will also satisfy our and the passengers’ requirements. – Jan Kuźmiński, CEO of Miejskie Zakłady Autobusowe said.


Seeing Solaris buses in the streets of Warsaw makes us proud. The decision to lease sixty eco-friendly low floor buses demonstrates that Miejskie Zakłady Autobusowe are consistently implementing measures to develop public transport in Warsaw to the benefit of the public first of all.” – Dariusz Michalak, Solaris Deputy CEO said.


Long-standing experience in financing various means of transport, including public transport, allows us yet again to accommodate needs voiced by the market. We do projects which can improve the quality of life of people in big cities. Now we have signed a new joint project with Solaris Bus & Coach – our long-term partners. We are confident that it will have a positive impact on the comfort of public buses in Warsaw. – Wojciech Rybak, Chairman of Millennium Leasing said.


Just as the eighty Solaris buses contracted by MZA in May this year, the new vehicles will be fitted i.a. with photovoltaic panels. Solar batteries installed on the roof will support the electrical system whenever the motor is off and also at terminus stops. This will help reduce fuel consumption, which is extremely important given the continuously growing demand for electricity, which results from increasingly sophisticated monitoring systems, climate control and LCD displays.


The Warsaw buses will be powered by DAF/PACCAR engines, which satisfy requirements of the latest Euro6 emissions standard as well as Voith Diwa 6 transmissions. Additional space has also been provided for prams and wheelchairs. Passengers will have the availability of traditional Solaris comfort features – climate control, LCD information displays and eco-friendly LED lighting. The safety of passengers and the driver will be assured by an advanced surveillance system, which comprises five exterior and five interior cameras to monitor the bus. An innovative feature will be alcolock– a device, which does not allow a drunk driver to start the engine. Additional features include Request Stop buttons reading STOP and printed with Braille characters.


Solaris buses have become part and parcel of Warsaw’s landscape. More than a thousand buses sporting the Solaris logo run on the capital city’s streets. It is worth mentioning that towards the end of September the manufacturer delivered ten electric buses. Moreover twenty Urbino 12 and sixty Urbino 18 buses will be delivered to Warsaw before the year’s end.


Information about Solaris Bus & Coach S.A.

Solaris Bus & Coach S.A.is Europe’s leading Polish producer of Solaris Urbino city buses, Solaris Trollino trolleybuses, Solaris InterUrbino intercity buses, special-purpose buses as well as Solaris Tramino trams. Since the start of production in 1996, close to 13,000 vehicles have already left the factory and are running in 29 countries in close to 600 cities. Solaris Bus & Coach is a family company founded and owned by Solange and Krzysztof Olszewski. The company launched low floor buses on the Polish market and soon became a leader in this segment, remaining in this position to-date. From its earliest days Solaris has been growing dynamically and adding new bus models to its range, using state-of-the-art solutions. The latest product from Solaris is the Solaris Urbino electric bus – an all-electric vehicle. The factories in Poland employ 2300 staff while close to 500 are working in the foreign branches.


Additional information:

Solaris Bus & Coach S.A.
Mateusz Figaszewski
Deputy PR Director
+48 601 652 179


Millennium Leasing Sp. z o.o.
Małgorzata Nasiłowska

Marketing Communication Department
+48 22 598 22 24


Miejskie Zakłady Autobusowe
Adam Stawicki
Press Spokesman
+48 604 469 969