Grupa Azoty PUŁAWY is a Polish company that specializes in the production of mineral fertilizers and chemical products for various sectors and industries. Since 2013, PUŁAWY has been a part of Grupa Azoty – one of the largest chemical companies in Europe and in the world.
Grupa Azoty PUŁAWY attaches great importance to the community which it has been making an impact on for over 50 years now. As a result, we have become involved in a number of local projects aimed at developing the town and the area. The staff are a great asset of the company, and the latest initiative we have taken up together is Employee Volunteering project.
Azoty Puławy Club handball players came third in the qualifications round of the Superleague, only yielding to teams from Kielce and Płock. Puławy team has been in great shape, and it has only been defeated in 5 out of 22 matches in 2015/16 season.
The construction of the section of Expressway S12 that connects Kurów West intersection with the new bridge on the Vistula is due to be completed by the end of April 2018. The project documentation was submitted to Infrastructure Department of Lublin Voivodeship Office in February 2016.
The inhabitants of Skoki, a village located in Puławy county, came up with a unique idea to improve safety in their place of living. A defibrillator was installed in the center of the village, and first aid training was organized, showing local people how to use the appliance to save another person’s life.
Despite the intensive exploitation of Earth by mankind, the planet has been managing to balance the negative impact of human activity. The findings about current changes on Earth suggest that the occurrence of another ice age is likely to have been postponed by 50,000 years.
The first test tanker with liquified natural gas entered the terminal in Świnoujście in December 2015. This breakthrough event opens up a new era in Polish energy supply policy. Apart from becoming independent of particular gas suppliers, we have gained a series of important opportunities which can boost Poland’s position in Europe.
2016 marks an anniversary of granting Puławy municipal rights in 1906. 110 years ago Nowa Aleksandria (the current name is Puławy) became a town by the decision of the Russian Tzar. The villages of Mokradki and Puławy Zarobne were included in the city limits.
Almost 2,000 kilometers of cycle paths, 5 voivodeships, 16 landscape parks, 5 national parks and a budget of 274 million PLN – here are the some of the figures which illustrate the scale of the most spectacular investment venture in the tourist industry in Eastern Poland. Green Velo, the Eastern Cycle Trail, will soon be fully open to bikers.
“Dziennik Wschodni” awarded distinctions in “Man of the Year 2015” competition. Marian Rybak, the Chairman of the Board of Grupa Azoty PUŁAWY, was distinguished in Business category.