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Ownership transformation of state enterprises as of June 30, 2005

Ownership transformation of state enterprises
as of June 30, 2005

 

In the period between August 1, 1990 and the end of June 2005, privatisation processes were initiated in 5,673 (341)* state enterprises under the Act on Privatisation of State Enterprises, the Act on Commercialisation and Privatisation of State Enterprises and article 19 of the Act on State Enterprises.

In the register of state enterprises (REGON), as of March 31, 2005, there were 1,124 state enterprises **.


As of June 30, 2005, the Minister of the Treasury was the founding body for 26 enterprises and one a state bank, and he supervised 1,474 companies, including 449 Treasury corporations (sole shareholder companies of the Treasury) and 1,025 companies in which the Treasury held shares or stakes.

As of June 30, 2005, 1,573 (63) state enterprises were commercialised (i.e. 27.7% of the total number of enterprises under transformation), which resulted in establishment of:

  • 1,556 (62) sole shareholder companies of the Treasury,
  • 17 (1) companies with participation of creditors, in accordance with Section III of the Act on Commercialisation and Privatisation (commercialisation with conversion of liabilities).

In the period January – June 2005, 11 state enterprises were commercialised, for which the founding body was:

  • Minister of the Treasury – 2 enterprises,
  • Minister of Defense – 2 enterprises,
  • Province Governor – 7 enterprises,

Between August 1, 1990 and June 30, 2005, the Ministry of Ownership Transformation / Ministry of the Treasury and the Privatisation Agency made available shares / stakes in 1,011 (47) Treasury companies:

  • 355 (46) – by way of indirect privatisation (Treasury corporations),
  • 17 (1) - in accordance with Section III of the Act on Commercialisation and Privatisation,
  • 127 - under the framework of BPU (banking settlement procedure) – liabilities swap,
  • 512 - by way of contribution of shares / stakes to National Investment Funds (NIF).

In the first half of the year 2005, privatization of 3 Treasury corporations (sole shareholder companies of the Treasury) was initiated through the sale of the first block of shares. In June 2005 the disposal of 85% of shares in Drukarnia Narodowa took place by way of invitation to negotiations; investor: MK Projekt Sp. z o.o.

Within the period of January – June 2005, privatisation was continued in 41 companies with Treasury shareholding, through sale of subsequent Treasury shares / stakes. In June 2005, shares were sold in the following 13 companies:  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Federal-Mogul Gorzyce S.A. in Gorzyce - 0,17% of shares, investor: Federal Mogul Holding Deutschland GmbH (NIEMCY), privatisation completed,
  • Pomorski Ośrodek Maszynowy POM-EKO Sp. z o.o. in Szczecinek - 5,67% of shares, investor: EKO-INVEST, privatisation completed,
  • TRANSPRZĘT S.A. in Tychy - 25% of shares, investor: IPMG Grupa Doradczo-Inwestycyjna Sp. z o.o., privatisation completed,
  • Fabryka Butli Technicznych MILMET S.A. in Sosnowiec - 25,02% of shares, investor: ITKOVICE HOLDING a.s. (CZECH REPUBLIC), privatisation completed,
  • METRIX S.A. in Tczew - 25% of shares, investor: APATOR S.A., privatisation completed,
  • INTERMODA S.A. in Wrocław - 29,32% of shares, investor: INTERMODA S.A., privatisation completed,
  • "STRADA" Sp. z o.o. in Środa Wielkopolska - 41,73% of stakes, investor: COLAS S.A. (FRANCE), privatisation completed,
  • Metalplast-Oborniki Holding Sp. z o.o. in Oborniki - 30,91% of stakes, investor: Rataruuki OYJ (FINLAND), privatisation completed,
  • Zakłady Mechaniczne "GLIMAG” S.A. in Gliwice - 29% of shares, investor: Jacek Okrutny,
  • Przedsiębiorstwo Komunikacji Samochodowej Sp. z o.o. in Przemyśl - 6,59% of stakes, investor: collective entity,
  • Przedsiębiorstwo Komunikacji Samochodowej Zielona Góra Sp. z o.o. in Zielona Góra - 4,82% of stakes, investor: collective entity,
  • "POLBUS-PKS" Sp. z o.o. in Wrocław - 6,16% of stakes, investor: collective entity,
  • CEFARM Zielona Góra S.A. in Zielona Góra - 22,05% of shares, investor: collective entity.

In June 2005 took place the disposal of 5,91% of shares in ZACHODNI FUNDUSZ INWESTYCYJNY NFI S.A. and 3,14% of shares in FUND.1 PIERWSZY FUNDUSZ INWESTYCYJNY

 

In June 2005, conditional agreement was concluded to sell 19,9% of shares in Fabryka Samochodów Osobowych S.A. in Warsaw.

 

Between August 1, 1990 and the end of June 2005, 2,232 (154) applications for direct privatisation were accepted, in accordance with article 37 of the Act on Privatisation of State Enterprises and article 39 of the Act on Commercialisation and Privatisation (that figure accounts for 39.3% of the total number of privatised enterprises). 2,135 (204) state enterprises were struck from the register.

 

Within the period of January – June 2005, 16 applications for direct privatisation were accepted. Within that period 16 directly privatised state enterprises were struck from the register of enterprises.

In the period between August 1, 1990 and the end of June 2005 no objections were raised towards 1,868 (124) applications for liquidation because of poor financial situation in accordance with art. 19 of the Act on State Enterprises. This figure accounts for 33.0% of the total number of privatised enterprises. 1008 (162) enterprises were struck from the register, while in 674 (50) bankruptcy was declared.


Within the period of January – June 2005, the Minister of the Treasury did not raise objections towards 15 applications for liquidation for economic reasons.

Within that period in 18 cases liquidation was completed by removal from the register and in 1 liquidated enterprise bankruptcy was declared.

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* The figures in brackets concern privatisation activities undertaken by May 31, 2005, by the Government remaining in office since October 19, 2001 (4th Parliament of the 3rd Republic of Poland).
** Statistical Bulletin, No. 6, GUS (Central Statistical Office), Warsaw 2005, Table 61.

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Published by: Julita Łoniewska
Author: Department of Research and Analyses
Last change: 05.08.2005 , 14.09.2016 Piotr Krupa
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