POLFLAM, a leading manufacturer of fire-resistant glass, is increasing its production capabilities. A modern office space, production factory, and warehouse facility are being built on an 8-hectare site in Tarczyn, near National Road No. 7, which connects Warsaw with Kraków. CFE Polska – part of the renowned multinational CFE Group – is heading up the building project. The investment in this state-of-the-art, high-capacity production facility will triple POLFLAM’s total output.
Since 2005, POLFLAM has been creating fire-resistant glass using its own innovative technology. Export of POLFLAM products to most European markets is growing exponentially. Interest in POLFLAM among foreign markets is rapidly expanding. The construction of the new plant will allow further consolidation of the customer base and meet growing demands for glass products. With an ambitious building schedule, the facility is expected to be operational within a few months, and test production will begin by the end of 2021. The first batches of fire-resistant glass to roll off the line are expected to hit the European market in the first quarter of 2022.
This new facility supports our strategy of conquering Western European markets while consolidating our position in Central Europe. We are committed to the efficient execution of this building project and sought out the highest quality construction work, which is why we invited the renowned CFE Group to partner with us as the general contractor – says David Ulens, CEO of POLFLAM.
The new POLFLAM facility will contain office, production and warehouse capacities within a total area of 20,000 m². POLFLAM's glass products, available in several different fire-resistance classes and used for a wide variety of applications, will be manufactured on modern, automated production lines. Specialised machinery, equipment and tools for the new plant will be supplied by such innovative companies as FOREL, Mappi, Bottero and MC DIAM. Comprehensive process management will be provided by FeneTech’s FeneVision ERP system.
POLFLAM is currently owned by the investment fund Baltisse and is headquartered in Runów, near Piaseczno, Poland.