Electrolux appliance manufacturing facility poland
Key Statistics
PM Group Office
52,000m2 (production area); 17,000m2 (office and administration space); 9,000m2 car parking

Electrolux is a global leader in appliances for domestic and professional use. Having first established a base in Poland in 1992, Electrolux now has several white goods production facilities there.

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Con Murphy
Con Murphy

Advanced Manufacturing Sector Director

The project

Supporting expansion in Poland

PM Group has worked with Electrolux for a number of years on their sites across Poland. In recent years we have helped them deliver four different projects in the region. These include projects in Żarów, Siewierz, Świdnica and Oława.

The project in Żarów involved the extension of the existing dishwashers' production facility. It consisted of increasing the production area by 52,000m2, including the office building, canteen, changing room, accompanying technical infrastructure of 17,000m2 and car parking of app. area 9,000m2.

PM Group's scope of services included; concept design, building permit design, preparation of tender documentation, permitting, procurement, investment supervision, project management and-over and commissioning coordination.

The project in Żarów is just one of the many projects our team is supporting Electrolux deliver in the region

Upgrades and improvements

Upgrade of basic and workplace lighting within LED technology along with the specification of the level of light intensity to the minimum requirements of illuminated areas.  Utilisation of residual heat from air compressors to heat up process water used for testing dishwashers.


Delivering efficient results

Some of the innovative solutions applied to this project were; the utilisation of residual heat from exhaust fumes of curing ovens to prepare fresh air transferred to a permanent workplaces. Utilisation of residual heat from exhaust fumes from paint shop to heat up process baths in paint shop.

The transfer system of warm air, which is a by-product of the technological process, was also utilized to the zones of plant where unprepared air inflows from outside (communication routes, loading and unloading zone).

Con Murphy

Advanced Manufacturing Sector Director