“PUŁAWY” in the black

| Prospects & Investment |

The economic crisis is felt on global markets, and yet “PUŁAWY” Capital Group remains profitable. Contrary to the analysts’ forecast and opinions, we not only avoided making a loss, but actually made a considerable profit in the first half of 2012/2013 financial year.

Sales going strong

One of the reasons of “PUŁAWY”‘s success is increase in sales in comparison with the corresponding period of the previous financial year. The value of revenue from operations stood at 1,856,480 PLN and the dynamics of growth reached 101,8 percent. Not only did the domestic sales increase by 18,7 million PLN, but also the export grew by 14,8 million PLN. The dominating unit in “PUŁAWY” Capital Group, meaning “PUŁAWY”, had as much as 94,6% share in the revenue from the first half of 2012/2013 financial year.

New destinations of exports

In comparison with the situation in the first half of 2011/2012 financial year, sales outside Poland increased. Currently “PUŁAWY” CG is exporting 26% of goods to EU countries and 16% to other foreign markets, while 58% of the manufactured goods and resources are distributed in Poland. It is worth noting that destinations where sales increased the most were UK, France, Belgium and India. We ought to keep our eyes on the last country on the list, as industrial production in India is growing very quickly, also in the automotive sector, where caprolactam from “PUŁAWY” is used for manufacturing plastic elements of the new vehicles.

An optimistic outlook

There is a number of reasons why we ought to expect nothing other than more successes of “PUŁAWY” Capital Group, namely: comprehensive portfolio of chemical-fertilizers products, diversified destinations of trade relations and investment projects, which are currently in progress or planned and are supposed to improve the quality of our produce based on the rules of sustainable development. Thanks to consistent policy of developing production base and markets, as well as constant learning, we are able to maintain a fast pace of growth. Consequently, the company is not only financially stable, but also effective at competing on the domestic and international market.