Classen-Pol S.A. is one of the four largest manufacturers of interior doors and door frames in Poland. The Company is a part of the German concern Classen.
Over the last several years, the Company has conducted a number of restructuring activities within the organisational, asset and product areas.
Restructuring was carried out with financing using state aid for restructuring, granted by the IDA in 2014.
MIRBUD S.A. operates as a general contractor in all segments of the construction industry. Since 2008, the company has been listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange.
The enterprise’s hallmark is nearly twenty-five years of experience and more than 350 completed investment projects which are primarily prestigious construction contracts relating to industrial, public utility, civil engineering, as well as housing construction.
MZCH Organika S.A. specialises in manufacturing flexible polyurethane foam used primarily in the furniture industry. It is currently a prominent manufacturer of this material in Central and Eastern Europe.
MZCH Organika S.A. makes up an international capital group comprising 16 subsidiaries conducting activity in the Czech Republic, Russia, Bulgaria, Romania, Serbia, and Bosnia and Herzegovina as well as Belarus. The parent entity in the group is MZCH Organika S.A., which has manufacturing plants in Malbork and in Pogalewo Wielkie.
The IDA, together with the investment fund, provided financing to the Company in order to restructure the existing debt and increase the working capital.
PRONAR Sp. z o.o. is the Polish leader in manufacturing agricultural machinery and devices, founded 30 years ago. The Company conducts manufacturing activity within plants located in North-Eastern Poland. Six modern PRONAR factories cover an area of 62 football pitches.
PRONAR has not only obtained a nearly 50% share in the Polish market for agricultural machinery, but it also exports its products to more than 60 countries, including to remote recipients such as New Zealand or the continents of North and South America.
Not all companies involved in road work projects succumbed to the crisis which struck the industry several years ago. One of the positive examples of responsible management is Przedsiębiorstwo Robót Drogowych Lubartów S.A., which was established as a result of privatisation of a state-owned company in March 1998.
The Company coped and continues to cope in this difficult market also thanks to the financial support provided to it by the Industrial Development Agency. The IDA’s loan supported the Company’s ongoing activity.
The Company’s core activity, resulting from a long tradition, is construction and assembly works with respect to road construction, which include construction, alteration work, and renovation of roads, streets and squares. The Company uses its own hot bituminous mixtures of all types and standards. For partial surface renovation, the Company applies road asphalt emulsions and a cold “Lubartów” bituminous mixture, which are also manufactured in its own plants.
is the global leader in filtering. For more than 70 years, it has been producing various types of fuel, air and oil filters for all types of engines and working units.
The IDA’s loan was extended to the Company as a part of state aid for restructuring.
SPV Baltic Sp. z o.o. with its registered office in Gdańsk is a special purpose vehicle established in 2013 for purchase of an offshore drilling platform and provision of crude oil extraction support services in the Baltic Sea. The Company belongs to the LOTOS Petrobaltic S.A. capital group, which is responsible for crude oil exploration and extraction in the LOTOS S.A. Group (Upstream segment).
Pursuant to a 10-year lease agreement, SPV Baltic Sp. z o.o. provides shipping services and crude oil extraction support services in the Baltic Sea to LOTOS Petrobaltic S.A. using the “Lotos Petrobaltic” drilling platform. The platform’s basic function is execution of exploration drilling. Currently, the platform is performing works supporting crude oil extraction from the B8 oil field in the Baltic Sea, approx. 70 km north of Cape Rozewie.
The loan from the IDA, amounting to PLN 100 million, was used for co-financing, jointly with Nordea Bank Polska S.A. (currently PKO BP S.A.) of purchase, transport to Poland, adaptation and modernisation of the “Lotos Petrobaltic” drilling platform.
Nauta’s activity dates back to 1927. Since 1 January 1999, the entrepreneur has been operating as a joint-stock company as a result of commercialisation of a state-owned company carried out by the Minister of the State Treasury.
The Company’s operating activity focuses on the domestic and European market for renovation, construction and conversion of special-purpose and civilian vessels.
The most advanced repair of ships and conversion as well as manufacturing of new ships is possible thanks to many years of extensive experience and proper equipment and infrastructure — including 1 dry dock and 4 floating docks as well as waterfronts with cranes, of a total length of approx. 3,175 m for mooring of vessels.
Many years of experience, appropriate manufacturing resources, as well as renown in the market facilitate a high contracting rate and the Company’s development. This development involves financial institutions, including the IDA, which takes part in the financing of the Company’s activity.