The Board of the Polish Chamber of Chemical Industry passed a resolution to appoint Tomasz Hinc, President of the Management Board of Grupa Azoty S.A., as its Deputy Chairman. At the same time, Mariusz Grab, Vice President of the Management Board of Grupa Azoty S.A. and President of the Management Board of Grupa Azoty Police, and Paweł Stańczyk, President of the Management Board of Grupa Azoty ZAK, were appointed Members of the Board.
76% of material progress was achieved by the “Polimery Police” project. Works on all sub-projects are underway.
Grupa Azoty is among the signatories of an agreement whose objectives include creating conditions and commencing cooperation for the development of hydrogen technologies in Poland. The document, developed by the Ministry of Climate and Environment in partnership with representatives of the public and private sectors, presents a number of solutions to drive the transformation of Poland’s energy sector.
Grupa Azoty and Microsoft have signed an agreement to use the cloud technology in, among others, precision agriculture, fostering technological initiatives that change the manufacturing sector, and expanding the competencies of the Group’s employees. Computational power and advanced analytics will enable the implementation of more effective measures aimed at optimising Grupa Azoty’s business and driving sustainable development of the organisation.
Under the agreement, Grupa Azoty S.A. and the University of Applied Sciences in Tarnów declared their intention to undertake joint efforts aimed at achieving synergy between science and industry. The agreement provides, among others, for substantive support to be provided for the activities conducted by Grupa Azoty S.A. by granting access to research facilities and preparing appropriate expert opinions by the Tarnów-based university.
‘Grupa Azoty Arena’ – this is the name that will be given to a newly opened sports and entertainment hall in Puławy after signing the agreement.