Cinkciarz.pl placed eleventh in the latest ranking of the top 500 companies in Poland by Rzeczpospolita. The online currency exchange company had ranked eighteenth last year and twenty-seventh two years ago. According to analysts, this ranking reflects new economic trends.
Once a year, Rzeczpospolita publishes the Lista 500, which is a broad classification of Polish companies. - Ever since the first issue of the list in 1999, we have been striving to make it a compendium regarding the development of Polish companies – informed the Rzeczpospolita team. The following rankings have been reflecting economic transformation in Poland – that private companies have successfully created serious competition for the national sector.
According to the latest Lista 500, Cinkciarz.pl was ranked as the eleventh largest company by revenue in Poland next to titans such as PKN Orlen, KGHM, PGNiG and Grupa Lotos. - This gives us a reason to be proud, but also inspires us to further our development. We have been increasing our employment level, implementing innovative tools and investing in people and new technologies. This will allow us to remain as one of the highest ranked companies in Poland – said Piotr Kiciński, Cinkciarz.pl vice-president. He also added that the company has been gaining new customers by developing its activity abroad.
Cinkciarz.pl is the only company at the list’s forefront that represents new sectors and has been building its capital with new technologies. - This is very optimistic. Sectors that had been at the ranking’s forefront have moved backward – claimed Bohdan Wyżynkiewicz, chairman of the Economic Analysis and Forecasts Institute and one of members of the Lista 500 jury.
THIS YEAR’S LISTA 500 FOREFRONT: 1. PKN Orlen S.A., 2. Jeronimo Martins Polska S.A., 3. PGNiG S.A., 4. PGE S.A., 5. PZU S.A., 6. Eurocash S.A., 7. Grupa Lotos S.A., 8. KGHM Polska Miedź S.A., 9. Tauron Polska Energia S.A., 10. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Poland S.A., 11. Cinkciarz.pl sp. z o.o.
Top 50 from the 'Rzeczpospolita's List 500'