We have been operating for over three hundred years on the explosives market and for several dozen years on the market of anti-corrosion paints and plastic nets. Our clients are leading Polish and global producers of weapons, food, steel structures, cars as well as mines and steel mills. We care about the environment by dealing with hazardous waste, and we dynamically develop our laboratories, R&D department and legal services.

We have been operating in the explosives market for over three centuries and in the markets of anti-corrosion paints, lead processing, and plastic mesh for several decades. Our clients include leading Polish and global manufacturers in industries such as weapons, food, steel structures, automobiles, mines, and smelters. We are committed to environmental protection through the disposal of hazardous waste, and we actively develop our laboratories and R&D departments.

Złoty Stok Group S.A. traces its origins and development back to the centuries-old mining and metallurgical tradition dating back to 1273. In the 1940s, various factories in Złoty Stok merged to form the Arsenic Industry Plant, which included an arsenic smelter, processing plant, gold and paint departments, and a power plant. In 1976, it merged with the present-day Prochemist company, which has a history dating back to 1692 when the first gunpowder mill was established, producing gunpowder and fuses. Starting in 1959, the company began processing polyethylene and primarily producing plastic mesh. On November 1, 1998, the enterprise was privatized and became Zakłady Tworzyw i Farb Spółka z o.o. Over time, the company was divided into separate business entities, engaged in new ventures, and acquired others. Currently, they are part of Złoty Stok Group S.A. (Inc.)

In 2000, we implemented a quality assurance system based on ISO 9001 standards.

In 2021, Netplast implemented the FSSC 22000 system, which includes ISO 22000, ISO 22003, and technical specifications for the sector outlined in preliminary requirements (PRPs).


We look forward to a successful cooperation
Jarosław Kotzbach