Maciej MiłoszChairman of the Supervisory Council
Marcin SękVice Chairman of the Supervisory Council
Adam TarachaMember of the Supervisory Council
Franciszek ZaborowskiMember of the Supervisory Council
Witold SieczkośSecretary of the Supervisory Council
HSW S.A. is the parent company of the HSW Capital Group, which consists of 3 subsidiary companies:
The nominal capital of Huta Stalowa Wola is 254.028.670,00 zł. (paid in full). It is divided into 53.479.720 shares with a nominal value of 4.75 zł each.
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The plan to build the Central Industrial District (Polish: COP - Centralny Okręg Przemysłowy), created on the initiative of deputy prime minister Eugeniusz Kwiatkowski and adopted by the Sejm in February 1937, started the process of creation of own defence potential of the Republic of Poland at that time. In less than 800 days - as this it the time that passed since the first pine tree was felled for construction of the plants until their official opening by President Ignacy Mościcki - at the fork of the San and Vistula rivers, where the seat of the Southern Works was located, the Stalowa Wola Industrial District was created. Together with it, in the area of Sandomierz Wilderness an employees' housing estate, named Stalowa Wola, was created. These were the origins of today's Huta Stalowa Wola and the town of Stalowa Wola...
In October 1939, German specialists took over control of the Southern Works and since June 1940 they operated under the name "Stahlwerke Braunschweig - Werk Stalowa Wola". Potential of the plant during the II world was used for strategic aims of the III Reich, and when Germans left Stalowa Wola (1st August 1944), approx. 20% of the value of the Southern Works was irrecoverably lost.
On 1st April 1945, the infrastructure complex around the Southern Works together with Stalowa Wola housing estate was granted town privileges.
The subsequent 5 years were a period of undertaking tasks not related to special production, since after years of war, the army was not interested in expanding its defence potential.
On 20th March 1948, on the tenth anniversary of its establishment, upon request of the employees, the Southern Works acquired a new name - Huta Stalowa Wola...
In January 2012, privatization process of the construction machinery branch was finalized. Funds from privatization remained in HSW and were earmarked for development of military production.
In April 2012, HSW acquired the company Jelcz, thus introducing to the HSW Group the manufacturer and supplier of wheeled chassis for products offered to the army.
In 2014, HSW became part of the Polish Armaments Group.
Huta Stalowa Wola S.A. is a unique company: one which now returns to its' roots. After years of transformations and painful sacrifice, we are becoming a modern company, a partner for the Polish State, proudly fulfilling its duties related to building national security.
The respect and recognition of Polish soldiers - generals and officers, as well as the ones of lower rank - is for us almost priceless. Basing on over 75 years of experience, we shape unique partnership. Our products, our industrial output, our business activity achieve high-level thanks to dialogue with the army. We have the courage to turn the most daring visions into practice. We have the courage to overcome barriers for innovations in heavy industry in order for our products to be at par with the achievements of global leaders.
Huta Stalowa Wola S.A. is a synonym of ethos built on honesty and respect for human beings and their dignity. We think about protection of the soldiers using our equipment on the battlefield, we think about honest use of the potential of our business partners, domestic and foreign; in all our activities we take maximum care of our staff so that the benefits of working for HSW S.A. would inspire satisfaction on many levels of personal development. Our clients can be certain that the offer of our company stands for reliability and effectiveness of our staff - satisfied citizens of the Republic of Poland, who through their work are now setting the tone for development of United Europe.
Huta Stalowa Wola SA, being a member of the Polish Armaments Group (PGZ), as the document setting out the framework for the Company’s activities and the source of its’ principles of corporate ethics, adopted this document, ie. "CODE OF ETHICS OF THE POLISH ARMAMENTS GROUP (PGZ)." The values stored in the Code are essential for our work, for the Company's reputation and relationships that we build with our customers, employees, shareholders and local communities. The values provide the foundation on which we can build strong and accountable organization, whose primary mission, in addition to pursuing economic objectives, is the formation of Poland’s lasting, industrial and military security.
Company data quoted to the extent of the article. 374 of the "Commercial Companies Code":
Huta Stalowa Wola S.A.
Gen. Tadeusza Kasprzyckiego 8, 37-450 Stalowa Wola
The Rzeszów District Court, 12th Commercial Division of the National Court Register
KRS number: 0000004323
VAT number: 8650004194
Share capital: 254028670 PLN-paid in full
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