Trenčín Region General Facts

Capital: Trenčín

Capital: Trenčín


Total area: 4,502 square kilometres


Population: 599,859 inhabitants (as of December 31, 2008)


Unemployment rate: 10.38 percent at the end of February 2010


Sources: The Slovak Statistics Office, the National Labour, Social Affairs and Family Office


Institutions of Trenčín Region

Trenčín Self-Governing Region (Trenčiansky Samosprávny Kraj – TSK)


www.tsk.sk



President of the Trenčín Self-Governing Region: Pavol Sedláček


Some main companies and investors in Trenčín Region



- Delta Energy Systems, www.delta-es.com


- Gabor, www.gabor.sk


- Hornonitrianske Bane Prievidza, www.hbp.sk


- Leoni Autokabel Slowakia, www.leoni.sk


- MAKYTA, www.makyta.sk


- Rialto, www.rialto.sk


- Rona, www.rona.sk


- Vaillant, www.vaillant.sk


- VELUX, www.velux.sk


- TRENS, www.trens.sk


- YAZAKI Slovakia, www.yazaki-europe.com


Source: SARIO, The Slovak Spectator database

Industrial parks in Trenčín Region

Industrial parks (Priemyselný Park - PP)


- Dubnica nad Váhom Industrial Area


- Ilava Industrial Area


- PP Javorinská Myjava


- PP Partizánske


- PP Prievidza - west


- Industrial Zone in Trenčín


- Industrial Area Horná Streda


- Industrial Area Nové Mesto nad Váhom


Source: SARIO

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