Independent European distributor and manufacturer of specialty chemicals, ingredients and raw materials for the personal care and health & nutrition markets, Cornelius Polska, has been named among the Forbes Diamonds 2020 list, which names the fastest growing companies in Poland; its third time appearing in the illustrious list.
The annually published report highlights businesses that display strong forward momentum in commerce and innovation in the Polish region, the sixth largest economy in the EU. Results and rankings are determined through the Swiss method of business valuation, taking key factors into account including sales growth, profit, and valuation of assets. Cornelius Polska has previously appeared in the same list on two occasions, having displayed sustained growth and development over an extended period of time.
Piotr Wasilewski, General Director at Cornelius Polska, commented: “We are once again proud and honoured to receive this prestigious accolade. In today’s competitive landscape, simple growth isn’t enough, it has to be dynamic and sustainable. We’ve been able to achieve this with the hard work of our employees and the great relationships we have with our partners and key stakeholders.”
“We have quickly developed a reputation for offering high quality, high performance and innovative products to a wide range of customers across Poland. As ever, we intend to maintain our upward trajectory, and joining the Forbes Diamonds list once again is evidence that we’re moving in the right direction.”
The rankings are set to be revealed during a series of events between March and June 2020, which will also highlight the results when categorised by vovoidship, providing an overall map of industry growth across Poland.
Darren Spiby, CEO of UK headquartered Cornelius Group Plc., added: “We are delighted to see Forbes once again highlight our team at Cornelius Polska as one of the most valuable businesses in the region. Their performance to date has been outstanding, and it’s testament to their dedication and hard work that they’ve been able to not only maintain the growth of the business, but build on it.”