PKN Orlen wants to privatize instead of PCC

APA - Austria Presse Agentur
13-03-2006, 15:19

Warsaw (Pul Biznesu)- Nafta Polska, the state agency created to privatize the chemical sector, is finalizing the process in four largest chemical producers, including Tarnow, Kedzierzyn, Zachem and Sarzyna. Two potential investors, Ciech (Sarzyna and Zachem) and German Petro Carbo Chem (Kedzierzyn and Tarnow) have managed to negotiate social agreements with trade unions.

Warsaw (Pul Biznesu)- Nafta Polska, the state agency created to privatize the chemical sector, is finalizing the process in four largest chemical producers, including Tarnow, Kedzierzyn, Zachem and Sarzyna. Two potential investors, Ciech (Sarzyna and Zachem) and German Petro Carbo Chem (Kedzierzyn and Tarnow) have managed to negotiate social agreements with trade unions. However, NP again started to consider the idea of the consolidation of this sector around PKN Orlen fuel giant.

“Unless the exclusivity right is used against one or both plants we are interested in restarting talks with NP. We will acquire Tarnow and Kedzierzyn with a pleasure”, Dawid Piekarz, PKN Orlen spokesman said.

According to Wojciech Lubiewa-Wielezynski, the deputy CEO of NP, the negotiations with PCC over Tarnow sale cannot come to an end quickly.

“The technology licenses have not been positively concluded yet”, he said.

PCC refused to comment.

“Next week we are going to meet with NP. When I know their official position, I will comment on it”, Piotr Maciejewski, PCC representative said.

Anwil, a subsidiary of PKN Orlen, also submitted an offer to buy Tarnow and Kedzierzyn. Its offer was much lower than the one presented by PCC. However, the company has recently sent a letter to NP, assuring that it was ready to come back to negotiations over Kedzierzyn. NP welcomes it. PKN Orlen is Poland’s most important deliverer for the chemical sector.

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