Dąbrowa Górnicza is perceived as an industrial city. Within more than 12 thousand functioning businesses in Dąbrowa Górnicza, a major group of 3 968 deals with trading, as well as car repair services. However, in construction sector 1 503 companies are operating, 1 038 in manufacturing, 891 in transport, warehousing and logistics, and 531 in real estate market. Legal and accounting services, together with advertising, research and business support markets are represented by 1 453 entities. Still relatively small number of companies operate in sector of hotels and gastronomy – only 414.


Dąbrowa Górnicza attracts investors from a variety of industrial sectors. Here, we can find the greatest steelworks in Poland – ArcelorMittal Poland, and one of Europe’s largest coking plants – Przyjaźń, which is part of JSW KOKS Group. In short time of only few years within special economic zone situated in Dąbrowa Górnicza many new manufacturing and service facilities emerged, including Brembo Poland, Saint-Gobain Glass Polska, or Johnson Electric Poland.

Dąbrowa Górnicza’s economy (Central Statistical Office of Poland, 2014)
Industrial production sold: PLN 19 002.1 mln

Industrial production sold: PLN  153 523 per capita 


Enterprises structure (Central Statistical Office of Poland, 2014)

  • total number: 12 430
  • natural legal persons: 9 025
  • commercial companies: 1 303
  • companies with foreign capital: 155
  • other legal persons and organizations: 284
  • others: 1 663


Companies by size (Central Statistical Office of Poland, 2014)

  • micro enterprises: 11 756
  • small enterprises: 536
  • medium enterprises: 121
  • large companies: 17


Most significant industries in Dąbrowa Górnicza

  • steel industry and coke production
  • construction and production of building materials
  • automotive
  • production of glass and and plastics
  • logistics, transport and warehousing


Capital investment expenditures in companies from Dąbrowa Górnicza in 2014 (Central Statistical Office of Poland) reached level of PLN 958.0 mln, which gives PLN  7 764,88 per capita.


City’s budget expenditures, per capita in 2014 (Central Statistical Office of Poland) equals PLN 8 135,57, which is more then average for similar cities in Silesian Voivodeship – PLN 4 967,66.