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Polskapresse separates printing activities

Polskapresse Management Board decided to reorganise printing activities and establish Polskapresse Printing Department. Since March 2008 all Polskapresse printing plants will be operated within new structure. Separation between publishing and printing activities is a part of Polskapresse business strategy.

Polskapresse Management Board decided to reorganise printing activities and establish Polskapresse Printing Department. Since March 2008 all Polskapresse printing plants will be operated within new structure. Separation between publishing and printing activities is a part of Polskapresse business strategy.Printing Department’s focuses on creating an active sale of printing services, establishing one common offer for all Polskapresse printing plants, as well as investing in Warsaw printing plant, where “Polska” is printed.“Concentration the printing activities in one organisation is a vital information for our clients – comments Grzegorz Haftarczyk, President of Polskapresse Printing Department, Vice-president of Polskapresse Management Board. It means that we are one company which provides one coherent offer and the same printing standards in all printing plants”.Printing plants will be managed by its hitherto directors. The names of the printing pnats has been changed: Drukarnia Gdańsk (Gdańsk Printing Plant), Drukarnia Łódź, Drukarnia Poznań, Drukarnia Sosnowiec, Drukarnia Warszawa, Drukarnia Wrocław. Printing Plant Department has its seat in Warsaw, 41 Domaniewska Street, Saturn building.