Baltic Hub awarded the title of Most Profitable Company in the TOP 100 Pomerania 2022 ranking
Baltic Hub found itself in an elite group of laureates of the TOP 100 Pomerania ranking organised for 26 years by the editors of Dziennik Bałtycki. The award for the Most Profitable Company was presented at the TOP 100 Pomerania gala, held on November 10 at the Radisson Blu hotel in Sopot.
The TOP 100 Pomerania ranking is a list of the largest, most rapidly developing companies, their financial performance, investment expenditures, exports and employment volume. It reflects the economic condition of the largest companies in the Pomeranian region.
A summary of the results of Pomeranian companies, achieved in 2021, showed that despite the difficulties and turbulence in the national and international economy, they are in good shape, as demonstrated by the fact that the revenues of the hundred largest companies in Pomerania amounted to almost PLN 150 billion. The companies with the most spectacular achievements were awarded in the categories: Best Investor, Best Exporter, Most Profitable Company, Best Employer and Most Dynamic Company. Baltic Hub was included in this exclusive group.
The title of Most Profitable Company is an award for the company with the highest profitability, i.e. the share of gross profit in sales revenue. Profitability is one of the basic measures of business efficiency, so every company strives to achieve the highest possible figures. The Most Profitable Company award at the TOP 100 Pomerania Gala was received by Janusz Świeczkowski, CFO of Baltic Hub.
– We are expanding. We have recently started a new investment, the construction of a third terminal,’ Janusz Świeczkowski said about Baltic Hub’s development prospects. – At the end of 2024 we will finalise the first stage of the investment. Our handling capacity will increase to 4.5 million containers per year.
Janusz Świeczkowski emphasised that 2021 was a breakthrough year for the Baltic Hub, as a record number of containers were handled here despite the uncertainty in the market due to the pandemic and broken supply chains. The three-year-long expansion of the rail terminal was also completed, doubling the existing track capacity
– Last year, thus, proved that we are immune to crises and turmoil in the industry, as we take advantage of the Baltic Hub’s extremely favourable location and maintain the highest quality of service. Success, however, would not be possible without our partners – customers, lenders, suppliers, local communities and employees. We are part of PSA International, the world’s leading port group, a trusted partner of cargo operators worldwide. We are something of a safe haven for our customers. It is a great commitment to continue working with the same dynamism as before and to increase our potential, said Janusz Świeczkowski.