Fideltronik, the largest Polish provider of EMS (Electronic Manufacturing Services) with over 30 years of experience in the market, will introduce innovative technologies to the Science and Technology Park “Branice,” created as part of the project “Krakow – Nowa Huta of the Future.” Contract manufacturing of electronic components (EMS) is developing with increasing dynamics in Poland as well. Fideltronik comprehensively deals with electronic components, from innovative design and prototyping to mass production and after-sales services. The company specializes in energy processing, power circuits for lamps, drives, and controllers for motors, as well as components for vehicles, including electric ones. It offers solutions for engineering and manufacturing leaders worldwide.

Thanks to the Smart Factory, which allows for cost reduction and shortening the time to market, Fideltronik is able to compete globally. The combination of advanced technology with artificial intelligence and industrial analytics allows the creation of an innovative ecosystem for demanding projects, enabling the implementation of small-batch special tasks.

Technologically advanced Polish companies with a global reach align well with the profile of the Science and Technology Park “Branice,” created as an incubator for the latest technologies in both product and production processes. Each such investment contributes, in turn, to the deepening of the much-needed diversification of the Krakow economy, said Deputy Mayor of Krakow Jerzy Muzyk during a meeting with a representative of the investor.

Fideltronik, as a company on the TOP50 list of the world’s largest EMS companies, fulfills orders for leading electronics manufacturers such as ABB, Philips, Bosch, and Ascom. It specializes in advanced testing systems, industrial process automation, electronics design, and high-level software. For several years, the company has also been intensively working on innovative projects using artificial intelligence (AI), the Internet of Things (IoT), automation, and industrial robotics, said Piotr Owczarek, CEO of Fideltronik S.A. He added that the decision to locate their new investment in “Krakow – Nowa Huta. District of the Future” is based on their assessment of this location as one of the most promising for business development in Krakow.

Fideltronik is a Polish capital company employing 2,500 employees, including over 300 engineers. Its motto is based on adapting to customer needs. The plot we provided to this investor will be the company’s third location in Krakow and the sixth in Poland. Fideltronik also has offices in Sucha Beskidzka, where it originates, and in Gdansk. It is already the 15th company that has decided to locate its new plant in the Science and Technology Park “Branice.” Soon, due to the ongoing commercialization process of real estate in the Economic Activity Zone “Nowa Huta of the Future,” their number will increase again, informed Artur Paszko, CEO of Krakow Huta Przyszłości S.A.