RADPOL S.A. – the parent company of RADPOL, has operated for 30 years and comes from Przedsiębiorstwo Doświadczalne Przemysłu Kablowego i Sprzętu Elektrotechnicznego KABLOSPRZĘT company established in 1970 in Ożarów Mazowiecki and is seated in Człuchów.

Człuchow facility

Originally, the subject of activity of present RADPOL was experimental production of machines and equipment for the cable industry.o.

In 1976 the Company was taken over by Fabryka Przewodów Elektrycznych „EMA – ZAŁOM” in Szczecin. The cooperation commenced a long process of extending the production range. The decreasing sales of layered connectors was replaced with new products such as electrical installation equipment made of aluminium and copper and cable bands and clips. The product range of power cables was also enriched and the thus far production of heat-shrinkable products was extended.

Presently, thanks to a consequently realised strategy of organic development through takeovers RADPOL operates in several perspective operating segments, among which numerous product and market synergies occur.

Important dates and events


RADPOL PIPES sp. z o. o. is established. by separating the production competence of pipe systems from RADPOL S.A.


Withdrawal of shares of Radpol S.A. from trading on the Warsaw Stock Exchange and takeover of 100% of the company’s shares by the THC SICAV-RAIF S.A. fund. FUND 3.


Termination of production activities at the Elektroporlcena plant in Ciechów.


Termination of production activities at the Wirbet plant in Ostrów Wielkopolski.


The RADPOL Group is fully consolidated, which includes 5 production plants:


In June 2013 RADPOL purchases 100% shares in FINPOL ROHR which is a producer of complete pre-insulated systems for the construction of heating networks and distribution of other media. The acquisition is a milestone in the realisation of the Group’s strategy in the heating sector.


In September 2012 as a result of an annual revision of participants of indices performed by Warsaw Stock Exchange the shares of RADPOL were qualified into WIGdiv index. The basis for the inclusion into the index was a high dividend rate as at the end of August 2012 and regular distributions of dividends in previous years.


In April 2012 the Company realises other successful takeovers – Przedsiębiorstwo Produkcji Strunobetonowych Żerdzi Wirowanych WIRBET S.A. joins the Capital Group.


In November 2011, RADPOL will be promoted to the sWIG80 index, which groups 80 additional, smaller companies that are not included in the WIG20 and mWIG40 indices.


Another acquisition in March 2010 when RADPOL purchases 100% shares in RURGAZ, which is one of the leading producers of polyethylene and polypropylene pipes in Poland.


On the turn of 2009 and 2010 RADPOL performs a thorough modernisation of the first accelerator which is equipped with a modern monitoring and control system. The accelerator obtained more stable operating parameters and its capacity increased from 2.0 MeV to 2.5 MeV.


The second electron accelerator with an energy of 4.5 MeV is launched in October 2008. The implementation is the culmination of a 2-year modernization process of the Plant in Człuchów and significantly increases the production capabilities of RADPOL.


In July 2008, RADPOL takes over Zakłady Porcelany Elektrotechnicznej “Ciechów”. In 2009, the company was incorporated into the structures of RADPOL S.A.


The company debuted on the main market of the Warsaw Stock Exchange on May 10, 2007.


In 2005, as part of meeting international standards of the Environmental Management System, the company received the ISO 14001:2004 certificate.


As part of the organization of the structure in 2004, the owner of RADPOL became the Tar Heel Capital R, LLC fund established by a group of Tar Heel Capital investors.


In February 2003, 80% of RADPOL shares belonging to NFI were sold to Ceramique Polska Sp. z o. o. subordinated to the Tar Heel Capital investor group. In December 2003, Ceramique Polska purchased shares from the remaining shareholders, becoming the sole shareholder of RADPOL.


In 1996 pursuant to the Act on National Investment Funds and their privatisation – the company’s shares were contributed by the State Treasury into National Investments Funds/leading fund – Piast.


In 1983 the Company bought a 2 MeV electron accelerator using the radiation crosslinking technology. The purchase decision was made upon launching the production of heat-shrinkable products using radiation crosslinking technology through an electron beam. It was a breakthrough in the thus far Company’s history.


In 1981 the company commenced production of electrical cables.


In 1970 KABLOSPRZĘT company was established from which RADPOL derives.