On Tuesday, Anwem announced its development strategy until 2030. It refers to an investment program that will be funded from the company’s own funds and from external sources. “The company is actively working to obtain funds,” he explained.
In total, over the next 5-7 years, the company will allocate more than 1.5 billion PLN for investments, including up to 1 billion PLN for the implementation of the green strategy.
“The review of strategic options, conducted in collaboration with BNP Paribas, identifies two main areas for the group’s growth over the next five years. These are: the dynamic development of the network of service stations of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, as well as green investments, including the establishment of charging points for electric vehicles, production and sale Electricity from renewable energy sources.
It was noted that Anwem intends to take an active role in the country’s energy transition and has ambitions to become one of the leaders of change. “The green strategy will be the focus of the development of the entire capital group in the coming years. Among its directions is the establishment of its own dense network of charging points, whether in the stations of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs or outside it,” Anouem noted. It plans to have more than 4000. Own charging points by the end of 2030 and intends to expand the acceptance network by cooperating with other roaming operators.
The company confirmed that thanks to this, MOYA customers will be able to reach nearly 1,000 by the end of this year. Electric vehicle charging points nationwide. Anoyem also announced that it intends to invest in energy production from renewable sources, so that it can offer the best environmentally friendly solutions and products to its customers.
Anwim Capital Group also announced further expansion of the MOYA series. “The growth dynamics of the stations will be maintained in the coming years. Every year, the network will grow by 50 new points, also after passing the threshold of 500 stations planned at the end of 2024. This means that by 2030, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs network will consist of 800 service stations “- stated in the announcement of Anumem.
The company pointed out that the ministry’s fuel stations are scattered in all governorates along the main transit roads, local roads, and cities. According to the report of the Polish Organization of the Oil Industry and Trade (POPiHN), in 2022 Anwem will “dynamically expand” its resources. It expanded its network of gas stations by 33 facilities and ended the year with its figure at 401. According to POPiHN data, after PKN Orlen, BP, the “national second leader” in the gas station market, at the end of 2022 holds 574 facilities. Shell Polska’s network had 455 stations, and Circle K had 393 installations.
In 2018, a significant minority stake in Anwim was acquired by Polish Enterprise Fund VIII, a private equity fund managed by Enterprise Investors. “At that time, the company had just over 180 service stations and 730 million euros in annual revenue. Two years later – in 2020 – the fund increased its stake to a majority position. Today, it is Anuem, which operates more than 400 service stations. , jointly owned by PEF VIII and minority shareholders, including the company’s founders, had revenues last year of 2.8 billion euros, the fund announced on its website.