Ovako Poland has a sales office in the capital city Warsaw, serving the Polish market with bars, flat bars and tubes for application areas such as automotive, general engineering, mining, agriculture and bolts for railways.
Ovako has a long history of offering quality, robust products whose technical attributes mean they are regarded as market leaders. The main products currently sold via the Polish office are bars, flat bars and tubes.
The Ovako office is situated in a suburban area of Warsaw, about 20 mins with car from the city centre. Nature is found just around the corner but the office is only a short drive from all the facilities of a capital city – restaurants, cinemas, theatres and much more.
Activities in Warsaw
Poland’s capital city is also the country’s largest and inhabits about 3.2 million residents in the greater metropolitan area. It is built upon the Vistula river and consists of 18 districts. Warsaw has survived several wars and was almost completely destroyed during the World War II. This gives the city an eclectic mix of old buildings and newly built ones, creating a certain atmosphere.
Living in Warsaw
Warsaw has all kind of facilities, such as day care and schools, recreation areas and gyms. Chopin airport is located about 10 km from the city centre and can be reached by car, taxi, bus or train.