|Net profit margin|
|Net profit / sales||2,7%||2,6%||2,7%||1,8%||0,4%||1,8%||1,9%|
|Current assets / current liabilities||3,5%||2,8%||1,8%||1,4%||1,7%||1,8%||2,1%|
|The debt ratio|
|Total liabilities / total liabilities||25%||38%||41%||49%||46%||47%||44%|
|Return on assets (ROA)|
|Net profit / total assets||3,3%||3,1%||4,0%||2,4%||0,6%||2,8%||2,8%|
Reports and events
Selena celebrates the 20th anniversary of its first foreign company
Selena Group, a global manufacturer and distributor of construction chemicals, celebrates its 20th anniversary in Romania. This is an important milestone, as the establishment of Selena Romania began the company’s steady expansion into foreign markets. Today, the Group has 35 companies in 17 countries around the world.
Decarbonization of the construction sector by 2050 – a challenge and a necessity
Climate neutrality is a very ambitious and complicated undertaking. On the path towards this goal, all of us – from developers, investors, architects, contractors, manufacturers of building materials, to universities, associations, NGOs, government and local administration – have a role to play. It is only together, in this synergy, that we stand a chance to achieve the effect that we are striving for – emphasized Alicja Kuczera, President of the Polish Green Building Council (PLGBC), during an expert debate that opened a wide discussion on climate neutrality in the context of upcoming legal developments.
Prime Minister Morawiecki visits Selena Group’s production plant in Dzierżoniów
Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki visited Libra, a Dzierżoniów-based plant producing adhesives and sealants, a member of Selena Group – manufacturer of construction chemicals and the owner of the TYTAN Professional brand. During the pandemic, Selena Group received support under the government’s anti-crisis shield, which helped maintain more than 600 jobs in the company’s plants in Poland.