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DRUTEX among the 20 best Polish companies.
DRUTEX, the company that produces the biggest number of vertical windows in Europe, is in the prestigious group of the 20 best Polish companies, published by Rzeczpospolita daily basing on efficiency, stability and development in the last three years. Thus, the enterprise has been the only one in the industry to have confirmed its leading position in the market of the most dynamic Polish companies.
The ‘Good Company’ selection takes place annually in so-called 2000 List run by Rzeczpospolita daily, where DRUTEX, has again this year recorded increase from 619 to 579 position. The growth by 40 positions confirms the company strength, potential and development dynamics, and it results from a coherent strategy that bases on intensive investments and dynamic expansion.
The contest jury defines Good Companies as the ones that stand out in the industry, develop dynamically and efficiently which means that they can enjoy great results in the last three years. The company achievements are evaluated according to the criteria of efficiency, development and stability. The evaluation factors include: profitability of equity, assets, sales, EBIDTA, debt ratio, investment intensity, revenue, employment and capital dynamics.
The award jury that consists of personalities from science, politics and banking sectors as well as Rzeczpospolita daily journalists, selects the 20 winners.
„The Good Company title is one of the most prestigious awards that the company has received. We were given this impartial award for the results we have achieved in the last few years. Not only does it confirm our leading position in the market, it also proves that the company is strong, it does not slow its pace and it has been developing dynamically regardless of the business market. It has been our great success and it has made us proud. Especially that it is not the first time we have been among the best 20 Polish companies.
The award ceremony took place on 21 October in Warsaw. The ‘Good Company’ title was given by the vice prime minister, the Minister of Economy Janusz Piechociński.