Who we are
ERG S.A. was established in 1896 in Poland under the name of “Akcyjne Towarzystwo Elektryczność” [Electricity Joint-Stock Company] with its registered office in Warsaw and a manufacturing division in Ząbkowice. Its business consisted in the manufacturing of chlorinated lime, caustic soda and coal products. One hundred years later, in 1996, ERG S.A. changed its production profile and started manufacturing polyethylene film using extrusion blow moulding. In 2005, the company was floated on the Warsaw Stock Exchange.
The company has state-of-the-art plant and machinery, making it possible to manufacture over 12 thousand tonnes of various types of highly specialised film annually. Regular investments in technology, talented employees with many years of experience and a consistent policy focusing strongly on new product development allow ERG S.A. to successfully strive to achieve the leading position in its sector, not only in Poland, but in the whole of Europe.
The selling policy of ERG S.A. is not limited to the domestic market. Our key customers are located mainly in Europe, but also on other continents. Export accounts for more than 20% of the company’s total sales. We work with international corporations which are leaders in the industrial, automotive, food, beverage and printing industries.
The company employs over 180 motivated people, some with over 25 years of experience in the industry, which they draw on when manufacturing high-quality products in their everyday work. Production takes place continuously, on a 24/7 basis. Rigorous analyses performed during the selection of raw materials and round-the-clock quality control of the products we manufacture allow us to receive invariably high ratings from our business partners. Our experience and expertise, state-of-the-art machinery, development potential and individual approach to customers make us a cutting-edge manufacturing plant that meets the highest requirements of those who choose to buy from us.
Our history dates back to 1896, when “Akcyjne Towarzystwo Elektryczność” [Electricity Joint-Stock Company] was established in Poland, with its registered office in Warsaw and a manufacturing division in Ząbkowice. The plant’s manufacturing profile included chlorinated lime, caustic soda, and artificial coals.
Change of name to “Ząbkowice” Electrochemical Plant. Nationalisation of the plant and commencement of manufacturing : the product range includes sodium azide, compressed hydrogen, Chlorofen, iron chloride, and hydrogen peroxide for pharmaceutical applications.
Change of name to “Erg-Ząbkowice” Plastics Plant. Inorganic production discontinued and replaced by plastics manufacturing.
Work starts on the implementation of an ISO 9000 quality assurance system.
Contribution of ZTS “Ząbkowice-Erg” S.A. shares to the national investment fund programme.
Transformation into a joint-stock company, shares issued to authorised persons. Shrink film production line put into operation.
ISO 9002:1994 certification by Bureau Veritas Quality International.
Granulation and recycling plant established for the processing of plastic waste from own production as well as waste purchased from retail chains and other manufacturing plants.
Admission of the company’s shares to public trading and floating on the Warsaw Stock Exchange.
State-of-the-art production line for three-layer LDPE film extrusion blow moulding put into operation.
Expansion of the Capital Group by adding “BIOERG”, a forerunner in the production of compostable plastic packaging in Poland.
Change of the company’s name: ZTS “Ząbkowice-Erg” S.A. becomes ERG Spółka Akcyjna.
BIOERG subsidiary floated on the NewConnect market of the Warsaw Stock Exchange.
Purchase of the first line for thin HDPE film production.
Implementation and launch of a state-of-the-art ERP system.
Implementation and certification of ISO 22000:2006 and ISO 9001:2015 systems. Sale of the BIOERG subsidiary.
Purchase of further lines for HDPE film production using extrusion blow moulding.
Launch of production of 6 micron HDPE film with the possibility of inline printing.
Closed-loop management of production waste enabling 100% re-use.
New base of raw materials from renewable sources reducing the carbon footprint used to produce environmentally-friendly LDPE and HDPE films.