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At this year‘s presentation of the “Vektor“ on 13 January 2018, the Polish Employers‘ Association commended twelve persons and institutions for their extraordinary achievements and enormous contributions to the Polish economy. The prize-winners also included Norbert Rethmann, honourable chairman of the supervisory board
of the RETHMANN Group.
The Vektor prize is awarded each year by the Employers‘ Association of the Republic of Poland, which with its 19,000 member enterprises and over five million employees is the biggest Polish business association.
At a festive ceremony held in Warsaw, Dr. Andrzej Malinowski, President of the Employers‘ Association, awarded the Vektor 2017 to twelve prize-winners – among them Norbert Rethmann, member and honorary chairman of the supervisory board of the RETHMANN Group, which is active in the Polish market with its divisional companies REMONDIS, Rhenus and SARIA.
“Our group is active in many countries, but
Poland and the people living in this beautiful country are particularly close to my heart.“
Norbert Rethmann, member and honorary chairman of the supervisory board of the company group
Norbert Rethmann was pleased by the award, expressing his gratitude with these words: “We came to Poland in 1992 and were treated like friends and partners. Thanks to the work of many outstanding Polish employees, business activities have developed along a very positive trajectory: The company group with its divisional companies REMONDIS, Rhenus and SARIA employs a total of around 4,500 employees at approximately 70 Polish sites. Our group is active in many countries, but Poland and the people living in this beautiful country are especially close to my heart.“
The Vektor is a recognition for extraordinary contributions to Polish business and aims at helping to create an environment conducive to business and innovation. Norbert Rethmann was commended for his many years of personal commitment to good relations between Poland and Germany and steady investment in the Polish market. Moreover, the commendation extends to his wide-ranging projects in the social and environmental area.
Poland is close to his heart. The company group now employs a total of 4,500 staff members at around 70 sites
Representatives of government, business, culture and the media gathered for the festive event. The honourable guest at this year‘s prize award was the Polish prime minister Mateusz Morawiecki, who was awarded the Super Vektor for the strategy of responsible economic development.