The Grupa Azoty Group is one of the leading players on the European fertilizer and chemical markets. The Group comprises a number of entities, including: Grupa Azoty S.A. (the Parent, based in Tarnów), Grupa Azoty Zakłady Azotowe Puławy S.A, Grupa Azoty Zakłady Chemiczne Police S.A., and Grupa Azoty Zakłady Azotowe Kędzierzyn S.A.
Grupa Azoty is currently the EU's number two manufacturer of nitrogen and compound fertilizers, and its other products, including melamine, caprolactam, polyamide, oxo alcohols and titanium white, enjoy an equally strong standing in the chemical sector, with a wide range of applications across various industries.
The Company has been listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange since June 30th 2008. It is now included in the WIG-CHEMIA, WIG30, mWIG 40, WIG, and WIG-Poland indices. Since 2009, Grupa Azoty has also been part of the RESPECT Index, the first CSR-focused stock market index in Central and Eastern Europe.
In addition, Grupa Azoty has been a component stock of foreign indices, such as:
FTSE Emerging Markets Index (since March 2015),
FTSE4Good Emerging Index (since January 2017),
MSCI Indices (since February 2013).
For several years now, Grupa Azoty has been working to change the face of the Polish chemical industry, which through this endeavour has become one of the most innovative branches of the European industrial sector. This is the effect of the Group's long-term strategy, with its keystone of new investment projects. Grupa Azoty is already implementing several large-scale projects, and has plans to spend more than PLN 7bn in capex on 68 projects by the end of 2020.
Named a national champion, the Company now employs almost 14 thousand staff, and its value − built for a number of years thanks to a stable shareholder base − has given it strategic importance
to the Polish economy. Grupa Azoty was also the CEE region's first company to be included, in 2015, in ICIS TOP 40 Power Players 2015, listing 40 most influential names in the global chemical industry, and in Boston Consulting Group's ranking table of ten chemical companies most attractive to investors. This success was repeated in 2016, when Grupa Azoty ranked 9th among the 189 chemical companies most attractive to investors, according to Boston Consulting Group.