Grupa Azoty’s plant in Tarnow, Poland, has been put into operation at the end of 2019. The mechanical engineering company FEDDEM GmbH & Co. KG had provided the planning for the entire technology and the production building at the time. Now production is already being expanded.
Grupa Azoty Police has signed a contract that gives it access to low-cadmium phosphate rock deposits until 2021.
In H1 2015, Grupa Azoty reported EBIT of PLN 535m, up by 83% year on year and net profit of nearly PLN 458m, up by 90% year on year.
By 2019 the Group aims to build Europe's largest and most advanced PDH unit for propylene production, sited in the town of Police.
The Polyamide 6 Plant and Granulation Plant II, with a total cost of EUR 110m, will be launched in 2016.
Two Polish companies ZA Puławy and ZA w Tarnowie-Mościcach S.A. signed an agreement concerning the possibility of establishing an Undertaking in South-East Asia. The purpose of the Undertaking would be to transfer technologies enabling the construction of a new caprolactam plant at a local partner, while establishing beneficial business relations.