Israelis seek opportunities in Poland

The event follows Poland's entry into the European Union, which has requires the new member to meet EU standards.

Israeli companies, including recycling company Metal Tech and engineering company Tahal, have taken part in an environmental conference in Poland called Poleko, which served as a showcase for companies looking to benefit from Poland's need to upgrade its infrastructure, the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Labor said on Monday. The event follows Poland's entry into the European Union, which has requires the new member to meet EU standards. The country needs to upgrade its factories and build river estuary decontamination facilities and improve the ones that already exist. The delegation was organized in conjunction with the Israel Export Institute.