Product Strategy and Strategy of Structural Development are two directions that present the strategic development of the company.
- Markets. The strategic goals of the company are the following:
- to hold the leading position in local markets ,
- to reach the significant expansion of the market share to the European Union,
- to enter into new markets (Southeast Asia and the Middle East).
- New products. The company sets its goal for developing a new product line and releasing a new product to the market.
- Diversification. The strategic goal of the company is to create a modern highly integrated Intelligent Transportation and Warehouse Logistics Management System. This system is created in cooperation with the largest manufacturer of freight trucks.
- Engineering. The company strives to create (in cooperation with the leading scientific and production structures of the country) the Center for Polymer Engineering, whose goal will be optimization of technologies for processing polymeric raw materials, creating a classifier for raw materials, and an optimal selection of analogs.
The strategy of structural development:
- Organizational structure. Due to the significant growth in sales volumes, exploration of new markets, diversification of business, the company is working to create a new management system based on the principles of project-target groups, matrix organizational structure, and continuous improvement of motivational mechanisms for employees.
- Business processes. The company develops and constantly optimizes internal and external business processes for certification and maintenance of an appropriate management level following the international Quality Management Standards series ISO 9001. The information technology department continuously improves the enterprise information system based on the latest hardware and software tools of the ERP level.