By the decision of the Supervisory Board of Azoty Group, as of beginning of May 2013 Paweł Jarczewski assumed the position of the Chairman of the Board of Azoty Group.
An old hand
Paweł Jarczewski possesses considerable experience in working for the Great Chemical Synthesis sector. He has been connected with Azoty Group “PUŁAWY” since 1999, and for the last five years he has worked as the Chairman of the Board. During his term in office, the company took over chemical works in Gdańsk and Chorzów, extending its offer as well as manufacturing base, and gaining new markets.
During Mr Jarczewski’s term in office, “PUŁAWY” initiated and finished numerous investment projects. Completion of Ammonia-Urea Oxygen Plant (Tlenownia-Amoniak-Mocznik) serves as a good example. The installation improved the output capacity of the factory in Puławy and improved its efficiency. Another investment prepared during Mr Jarczewski’s term was the project of “PUŁAWY” Power Plant, a construction of a new combined cycle power plant in cooperation with PGE.
Involved in the development of new chemistry
Experience and competences of the new Chairman of the Board of Azoty Group are known internationally. Mr Jarczewski belongs to various bodies gathering experts and specialists from the chemical sector and industry in general. Since 2011 he has been the Vice President of Fertilizers Europe, a European association of fertilizers manufacturers.
He is also a member of Lubelskie Voivodeship Innovations Council, of Marie Curie-Skłodowska University Convention and of Lublin University of Technology Convention.
In charge of a team
Consolidation with Azoty Group, which took place at the beginning of 2013, was a momentous step for “PUŁAWY”. Second largest fertilizer corporation in Europe was created, a company with impressive portfolio and a strong position on international markets.
As of now, Paweł Jarczewski is no longer the manager of “PUŁAWY” Company, but becomes the top manager of the whole Group. We wish the new Chairman all the best in his new post.