Marcin Kowalczyk is the new President of Radpol S.A.
– Radpol is an entity with strong foundations and many possibilities of development. I shall make every effort, so that the Management under my leadership contributes to the growth of the Company’s value through effective use of its competitive advantage. In my assessment, Radpol has at its disposal a good offer for its customers, while numerous investments and acquisitions over the recent years should contribute to strengthening the company’s market position. At this moment it is most important for the Company to use the resources at hand as best as possible – said Marcin Kowalczyk, newly appointed President of the Radpol S.A. Management Board.
Marcin Kowalczyk has held managing and sales positions at large production businesses, especially in the Business-to-Business segment. In the years 1993-1996 he worked for ABB (supplier of technologies for the energy industry and automation). He was associated with Legrand, a company offering electrical and information technology systems for the construction industry from 1996 to 2000. Afterwards Marcin Kowalczyk conducted economic consulting for businesses such as: Advent International, Yellowtel, Salutaris and TOP-2000.
Since 2006 he has held the position of Management President at Axtone S.A., contributing to the creation of a pan European, strong and recognizable brand in the area of innovative railway stock solutions. He was responsible for the operations and strategy of a group with production facilities in Poland, Germany, Czech Republic, Russia and China at its disposal. Marcin Kowalczyk also has long-term experience in the area of merger and takeover processes. Since 2009 he has been associated with the Radpol Company as a member of the Supervisory Board.
– Higher operational and cost efficiency, as well as increasing the scope of sales are the first and primary goals which I have set for myself. I believe that the experience which I have gathered while working for numerous industrial organizations which operate in Poland and Europe, as well as non-European markets will be helpful in the achievement of those goals – Marcin Kowalczyk adds.