Last 17th of November 2020, Piotr Robak, Managing Director Kersia Poland, has been elected Chairman of the Audit Committee of the Polish Milk Chamber
The Polish Milk Chamber is the largest organization of the Polish dairy industry. Founded in 2008 by cooperatives and dairy companies, it currently has more than 60 members, including the largest cooperatives, dairy companies, and dairy industry service providers. It is a strategic partner of the European Union and national agencies that work for the development of the dairy industry.
The main objective of the Polish Milk Chamber is to promote the development of the Polish dairy industry in Poland and abroad. The organization helps Polish dairy producers to establish contacts with business partners around the world. It supports Polish dairy exports and participation in economic missions, fairs and exhibitions. It also works to increase the potential and presence of chamber members in foreign markets and supports them in the process of acquiring capital and foreign investors.
This is the second time that Piotr works actively for Audit Commission in Polish Chamber of Milk. The main purpose of their activity is to support the Board and members. Audit Committee is responsible for financial spending control and action taken by Board according to Chambers statute and they also share their ideas for improvement.
Piotr Robak said ” I am proud to be elected as Chairman of the Audit Committee of the Polish Milk Chamber. It´s one of the best place where we can touch all areas related to Dairy sector and it is also the place where to share the knowledge and experience to support future actions to be taken within Dairies.”
Piotr expects that his work, together with other members, will help to develop this organization and promote Polish Dairy sector on local, national and a international level.
Piotr added “Members of Polish Chamber of Milk appreciate our additional involvement and Kersia is more recognizable within the market.”
Poland is a country of great tradition of milk and dairy production, dating back to as far as 19th century. Today, Polish milk and dairy industry represents the highest quality of the original ingredient and final products, state of the art technological lines, wide range of offered products and variety of flavours as well as attractive exporting options. Polish milk products are manufactured from high quality milk and using thelatest technology and produce meets the strictest qualitative requirements.