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Polish ammunition firm to boost output several fold as part of EU supply to Ukraine

Mateusz Morawiecki made the announcement ahead of Thierry Breton (EU Commissioner for Internal Market), who is due to visit Dezamet Monday.

The European Defence Agency stated that 19 EU member states and Norway agreed to jointly purchase ammunition to aid Ukraine and replenish their stockpiles.

Dezamet is among the more than 50 armaments companies in the PGZ group. It produces ammunition for artillery mortars and grenade-launchers.

When asked about Breton’s visit to the factory, Morawiecki stated that “This plant can count upon new orders and funds. We will be launching new production line at this company and other to produce ammunition.”


He stated, “We want to increase the output multiplefold as soon as possible.”

Morawiecki stated that he also relied on Polish private companies to increase their ammunition production.


Sebastian Chwalek, chief executive of PGZ, stated that the company plans to hire several thousand more people. The company currently employs approximately 20,000 people.

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