Grupa Azoty S.A., Grupa Azoty ZCh Police, Grupa Azoty Polyolefins, Grupa LOTOS, Hyundai Engineering Co., and Korea Overseas Infrastructure & Urban Development Corporation (KIND) have signed agreements for the financing of the Polimery Police project. Also, Grupa Azoty Polyolefins, the SPV formed to implement the project, which is of key importance to the entire chemical industry, has signed a credit facility agreement with a syndicate of domestic and foreign financial institutions.
In Q1 2020, the Grupa Azoty Group reported consolidated revenue of PLN 3,104m, down 7.8 % on Q1 2019, which was a record-breaking period in the Group’s history. EBITDA and the EBITDA margin were PLN 476m and 15.3% as a result of a drop in average selling prices of products and low prices of gas.
In 2019, the Grupa Azoty Group posted consolidated revenue of PLN 11.3bn (up PLN 1.3bn year on year), EBITDA of PLN 1.4bn, and EBITDA margin of 12.6% (up 4.9pp year on year). It was a record-breaking year for the Group in terms of its top-line performance and ongoing key capex projects.
The Management Board of Grupa Azoty Polyolefins S.A. has signed commitment letterswith Polish and international financial institutions, confirming the submission of debt offers for the “Polimery Police” project.
Titanium dioxide (TiO2) is the substance which is the main component of key white pigment for many applications including paints, plastics, paper, printing inks, rubber, ceramics, etc.