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Explore conditions in Poland’s railway construction sector.
Document provides forecasts for development in 2014-2019, plus long-range predictions.
Contractors, investors and other business and professional people interested in current and planned activity in Polish railways are asking the following questions: Which types of funding are available for new railway projects? What are the government’s plans for replacement/upgrade/renovation of the infrastructure over the next two years? Which contractors have been most successful in the Polish railway construction sector? What changes are predicted for materials prices? How does the public-private investment system operate? How will macroeconomic conditions affect this sector?
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The answers to these important questions and many more can be found while reviewing Railway construction sector in Poland 2014 -Development forecasts for 2014-2019 a comprehensive business intelligence resource that supplies value and macroeconomic data, expert analysis of market trends, drivers and investment options and breakdowns of details on projects valued at PLN 50m+ and scheduled to begin by 2019.
This report evaluates near and long term investment activity (extending to 2025) and offers an inside view of ten of the top contractors involved in this sector in terms of their past earnings and future projects. It describes the roles of PKP PLK (Polish Railway Lines) and Fundusz Kolejowy (the National Railway Fund) in project investment and planning and subsidies provided by EU sources. Pending changes to regulations and other issues that stand to influence the development of the Polish railway construction sector are also analysed in terms of market impact.
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The report analyses the structure of this market, segment by segment – track construction, tram lines, metro, new railway station construction and renovation and ERTMS. It examines the status of high-speed rail in Poland and upcoming changes to regulations, materials prices and construction and assembly value.
Ten of the most successful railway construction contractors in Poland are profiled within the pages of this document. They are described in terms of financial situation, connections to investment and development groups and recent contract awards.
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Railway construction sector in Poland 2014 – regional focus, Development forecasts for 2014-2019 is an especially handy reference source for use when initiating a construction business specializing in railway work, planning new business growth strategies, locating potential investment partners or candidates for merger or acquisition activity. Professionals use it when assessing the competition, calculating company market share and/or product demand and preparing reports for management and shareholder review. It is popular among clients that specialise in contracting, investment and consulting, research, academic and government pursuits and media, industry and various types of financial activities.
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