Intel has announced plans to open a new semiconductor assembly and test facility in Wrocław, Poland. The $4.6 billion project will generate 2,000 new jobs. The company selected the location due to infrastructure, a well-built workforce pipeline, and a strong business environment. The new facility is also well positioned to work with Intel’s wafer fabrication sites in Germany and Ireland.
In a recent quote, Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger said, “Poland is already home to Intel operations and is well positioned to work with Intel sites in Germany and Ireland. It is also very cost-competitive with other manufacturing locations globally and offers a great talent base that we are excited to help to grow. We’re grateful for the support from Poland as we work to grow the local semiconductor ecosystem and contribute to the EU's goal of creating a more resilient and sustainable semiconductor supply chain.”
Investing in American Manufacturing - 2023
This map shows where manufacturers are choosing to invest their resources, whether they are building new production facilities or expanding existing plants.