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Polskie Koleje Państwowe
Spółka Akcyjna
Type JSC
Founded 1 January 2001
Headquarters Warsaw, Poland
Key people Andrzej Wach
chairman/CEO
Industry Rail transport
Employees 3,555 (2004)
125,000 in all group (2007)
Website www.pkp.pl
Polish Locomotive "EP09".
A PKP IC ED-74 from Warsaw To Łodz.

Polskie Koleje Państwowe SA (PKP SA, English: Polish State Railways SA) is the dominant railway operator in Poland.

The company was founded when the former Polskie Koleje Państwowe state-owned operator was divided into several units based on the requirements laid down by the European Union. PKP SA is the dominant company in PKP Group collective that resulted from the split, and maintains in 100% share control, being fully responsible for management of all of the other PKP Group component companies. The group's organisations are dependent upon PKP SA, but proposals for privatisation have been made.

In Poland there are 23,429 kilometres (14,558 mi) of railway tracks managed by PKP SA and owned by the state.

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