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ICT Poland: a leader in Central and Central Eastern Europe with an annual production of 210,000 tonnes

ICT Poland was inaugurated in 2001, in Kostrzyn, on the border with Germany: an ideal location to efficiently cater for the countries in Central and Central Eastern Europe. Today the facility is the most technologically advanced European site in the industry and is one of the most important production sites in Europe by size. From the outset, converting was designed around the paper mill’s continuous machine, with an XXL converting facility of the same width, capable of converting paper reels without any intermediate processing. Thanks to expansions in 2008 and 2015, it has reached a production capacity of 210,000 tonnes with three continuous machines. Furthermore, within its plans for technological development, in 2010 ICT Poland set up a fully automated warehouse, capable of handling 90,000 pallets of finished product on 12 levels and loading 220 trucks per day. Another record that strengthens its technological leadership.

The brochure of the Consolidated Financial Statements 2017 of ICT Group is now available

In the “Download Area” section of the website www.ictgroup.net you can now find the brochure relating to the Consolidated Financial Statements 2017.

ICT Poland Certifications to the latest standards

In March 2018 ICT Poland succesfully passed the yearly verification audit for its integrated QES system, without any non-conformity. The audit, held by SGS, was based on three different systems: ISO 9001:2015 Quality management ISO 14001:2015 Environmental management OHSAS 18001:2007 Occupational Safety standard With this audit ICT Poland confirmed its certification status, valid since 2011, implementing the ISO standards to their latest upgrade (release 2015).

May 21st: World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development

The ICT Group is committed to the core values of the May 21st celebration. At both the personal and professional level, diversity and multicultural dialogue are conducive to enrichment, innovation and mutual growth. Based on its Greenfield Policy, the ICT Group entrusts management to local professionals, thus promoting a strong integration between the company and the local community. This fosters the progress, sustainable growth and development of cohesive communities, which are further enriched by the exchange of diverse experiences at the Group level.

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