Rybnik… high-flying city


Rybnik… straight line toward success

straight line toward successFavourable climate regulates the development of many industries, which additionally drives the economic growth of Rybnik. The diverse investment landscape reinforces the independence of the city and increases the comfort of entrepreneurs who can benefit from the richness of industrial and service infrastructure. The image of Rybnik is shaped by prosperous energy sector, as well as the engineering, automotive, logistics and transport industries. The mining industry plays an important role as well. Modern technologies operating in IT service sector and New Media have gained stronger position.


The rapid development of large and medium-sized enterprises operating in the city has its consequences in the expansion of capital, which in turn attracts new investments. The scale of the projects implemented in Rybnik is visible for example in the expansion project of the Rybnik Power Plant worth over EUR 1.8 billion.

The business environment of Rybnik city is created, amongst others, by the following companies:

  • Elektrownia Rybnik (Rybnik Power Plant, EDF Group), a worldwide energy group
  • Tenneco Automotive Poland, international manufacturer of shock absorbers, silencers and exhaust pipes
  • DB Schenker Group, European provider of transport and logistics services
  • Rettig Heating (Rettig ICC Group), international manufacturer, propretor of PURMO brand heaters
  • RYFAMA (Kopex Group), global manufacturer and supplier of mining machinery and equipment
  • Hydrotech, manufacturer of mining machinery and equipment
  • Alan Systems, global provider of advanced IT solutions
  • OS3 multimedia, provider of innovative technologies in the field of New Media
  • SARE,provider of innovative solutions in the e-mail marketing*
  • Kompania Węglowa, the largest coal producer in the European Union

* According to the ranking of the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 CE 2011 the company is one of the 50 fastest growing technologically innovative companies in Central Europe.