Polish cosmetics manufacturer is planning to expand its production facility in Radom, reports Jaroslaw Adamowski
Polish cosmetics manufacturer Global Cosmed is planning to expand its production facility in Radom, in the country's central region. The investment is estimated to be worth over 20m Polish zloty (US$6.6m), the company said in a statement.
Under the plan, Global Cosmed will take on 30 new employees at the factory. Its investment will allow it to double the plant's output and improve the effectiveness of the production processes, the statement said. “We are happy that we can launch a new investment phase. Currently, we are implementing an overhaul of the existing production hall and relocating the installed machines. We are also finalising the formalities related to securing a permission for the planned construction works,” said Ewa Wójcikowska, Chief Executive Officer of Global Cosmed. “Accordingly with our investment schedule, we want to start with expanding our production capacities, and, as a next step, start building storage facilities and a wastewater treatment plant.”
Headquartered in Radom, Global Cosmed provides its output to a number of major retail chains, including Lidl, Kaufland and Jerónimo Martins subsidiary Biedronka. The firm also markets various cosmetics under its own brands. Global Cosmed’s product portfolio includes shower gels, liquid soaps, balms and personal hygiene products.
Jaroslaw Adamowski, Warsaw