Grupa Azoty S.A. continues to release regular updates on estimated consolidated production volumes. The company has also announced a temporary shutdown of the ammonia and urea production plants at Grupa Azoty Police.
Grupa Azoty Police and West Pomeranian University of Technology (ZUT) have concluded an agreement to create and operate the Hydrogen Academy. Launched within the West Pomeranian Hydrogen Valley established in November 2022, the academy is now officially in operation. Applications for the inaugural edition of the programme opened on March 7th.
The largest companies making up the Grupa Azoty Group have selected a total of six Ambassadors to represent the brand within the academic community in the newest edition of the Grupa Azoty Brand Ambassador Programme. The main theme this year is ‘Grupa Azoty as the employer of choice’.
The Grupa Azoty Group continues to implement green projects within its Agro segment. To this end, it has opened an R&D Centre for Biofertilizers at its Gdańsk-based plant Grupa Azoty Fosfory.
On February 22nd 2023, the Management Board of Grupa Azoty S.A. made a decision to commence regular publication of estimates of the Group’s consolidated production output on a monthly basis. The Company wishes to emphasise that its production output is adjusted in line with changes in demand on the European market. The reporting of estimated output figures is intended to enhance the transparency of the Company information disclosure policy, whose purpose is to ensure that investors are provided with access to information which is relevant to assessing the condition of Grupa Azoty S.A. and its Group.
At the end of January, the overall stage of completion of Grupa Azoty Group’s flagship project in Police exceeded 99.01% and entered its final phase. The project is of strategic importance to the national economy and will boost growth of Poland’s plastics segment. The complex will be the largest propylene and polypropylene plant in Central and Eastern Europe.