Locked content Azoty has beady eye on Africa

As Grupa Azoty and Grupa Lotos have postponed and actually abandoned their joint petrochemical project, Azoty has decided to focus on organic development and further expansion, the deputy CEO of the Puławy plant, Zenon Pokojski informed. Africa will be the market of the largest concern. “We ar...

Locked content Anwil and Azoty in one capital group?

Grupa Azoty, Poland’s largest chemical company and Anwil are to be consolidated in one capital group controlled by the state, according to anonymous sources cited by Dziennik Gazeta Prawna. The Ministry of the Treasury, which is to become the owner of the new group, Azoty and Orlen (Anwil̵...

Locked content Azoty mulls set-up of coal gasification power plant

Poland’s largest chemical holding Grupa Azoty is considering the construction of zero-emission coal gasification power plant, according to Rzeczpospolita daily . The newspaper informs that the investment would cost €1 billion. The government, which has been trying to increase domestic coal demand an...

Locked content Azoty and Lotos postpone their joint project

After an additional phase of a feasibility study on the construction of a new petrochemical complex was completed in December 2014, Grupa Azoty and Grupa Lotos have decided to postpone implementing their joint investment. “As the environment has been changing so dynamically, it is necessary to...

Locked content Azoty to save more than expected

Polish chemicals manufacturer Grupa Azoty expects to save 30 percent more than the PLN 300 million initially planned, Krzysztof Jałosiński, CEO of Azoty, informed. “Thanks to our Azoty Pro program, we have been expecting to save PLN 300 million in 2017. Today, however, we know that the final result ...

Locked content PKO BP and Azoty become strategic partners

Poland’s largest lender PKO BP signed an agreement on the strategic partnership with chemical company Azoty, Puls Biznesu daily reported. “This deal is a milestone, a signal through which we are communicating our plans to become a leading lender on the Polish market of produce and foodstuffs, ...

Locked content Azoty mulls taking over Pogoń Szczecin

Grupa Azoty S.A. is considering acquiring Pogoń Szczecin football team, Krzysztof Jałosiński, the CEO of Grupa Azoty told local radio broadcaster Radio Szczecin. “We see it as a business opportunity. Our activities have nothing to do with CSR, this is just a way of promoting our brand,” Jałosiński s...

Grupa Azoty launches construction of factory

Poland’s largest chemical holding Grupa Azoty has signed an agreement with Uhde Inventa-Fischer on the construction of a new polyamide production unit in Tarnów, southern Poland. The total value of the investment is PLN 320 million.

Locked content ZCh Police to launch new mine in Senegal

Fertilizer producer ZCh Police, part of chemical holding Grupa Azoty, has started construction work on its second phosphorite mine in Senegal, Grupa Azoty deputy CEO Krzysztof Jałosiński was quoted as saying by ISBnews. “By the end of 2015 we would like to expand our mine in Senegal and start phosph...