Maspex Group is one of the biggest companies in Central and Eastern Europe in the segment of food products.
The company is a definite leader on the market of juices, nectars and drinks in Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania, a leading producer in Hungary, Bulgaria, Lithuania and Latvia and a leading producer of instant products (cappuccino coffee, cocoa powder, coffee powder creamers, soluble teas) in Central and Eastern Europe.
Maspex products are created in 15 modern plants in Poland and abroad. Annually, the company produces 1.7 billion liters juices, nectars and drinks, 230,000 tons of pasta, cereal and instant products and 140,000 tons of jams and preserves.
Maspex is also a leader on the pasta market in Poland and the leading producer in this category in Romania. It also holds a leading position on the market of jams, ketchups and sauces and is a leading producer in the segment of ready meals and vegetable preserves in Poland. The company is also a leading player on the water market in Romania.
Maspex focuses on a strategy that has remained unchanged for years, that is building brands strongly rooted in consumers’ awareness and implementation of projects – acquisitions that can enlarge it and expand its range of brand products. Maspex in almost 30 years has carried out 19 acquisitions, including 11 abroad.
Brands such as: Tymbark, Kubuś, Lubella, Łowicz, Krakus, Kotlin, Puchatek, Ekland, DecoMorreno, Cremona, La Festa, Plusssz and Relax, Bucovina, River, Queens, Olympos, Apenta czy Vellingrad are determined leaders in their categories, products that enjoy enormous consumer confidence not only in Poland, but also in other Central and Eastern European countries. Maspex Group products are sent to over 60 countries around the world. The company cooperates with recipients in the European Union and in the rest of Europe, in the USA, Canada and the Near and Far East. In most of these countries, the company’s products can be found on the shelves of the largest retail chains. They are present on all continents except only Antarctica. Foreign sales now account for 1/3 of the company’s turnover.