Despite the difficulties on the American and European markets, the automotive sector in Poland is growing in sales and production and is one of the most dynamically developing markets in Europe next to the Romanian market. On the other hand, the need to optimise operating and management costs implies the need to introduce more and more original tax solutions.
New technologies and the associated high costs of their introduction into production have forced entrepreneurs in the automotive industry to merge and alliances.
Restructuring of the industry results in continuous job losses, which has a particular impact on sub-suppliers, who are experiencing more and more painful financial difficulties. In addition, the sector’s dependence on an energy carrier, i.e. crude oil, affects demand on the market.