History of Darchem
PPH DARCHEM DARIUSZ KOWALSKI
Darchem was established 28 years ago. We started our business by producing hygienic paper and basic liquids used in the kitchen. In the course of time, we have expanded our business by adding household chemicals, cosmetics and automotive chemicals. Today we lead the chemical industry in Poland and Europe.
In order to satisfy and meet customer needs, our company is divided into two business entities:
Przedsiębiorstwo Produkcyjno Handlowe Darchem Dariusz Kowalski – distributor of cosmetics and household chemistry.
Darchem Cosmetics Sp. z o.o. – engaged in the production of cosmetics, household chemistry, car chemistry as well as grill products.
Darchem, is a company owned by Dariusz Kowalski – a man of many talents. He has the ability to satisfy customers’ needs and to introduce new chemical solutions with the simultaneous support of his employees.
-We are a company which thanks to hard and reliable work has reached the heights, but we do not rest on our laurels,- says Dariusz Kowalski. – I can confidently say that we are a family company where every employee is treated like a family member, and we have a pleasant and friendly working atmosphere.
Darchem is made up of qualified people with a passion for chemistry. We are characterised by creativity and curiosity. We are goal-oriented, and thanks to effective work we create a thriving team. Every day we try to look for new solutions, which is proved by the products with which we expand our offer.
Our aim is to provide our customers with products of better and better quality with modern technological solutions, because their satisfaction is the most important for us. We are happy to carry out individual orders ensuring a comprehensive service. These activities translate into a systematic increase in sales and guarantee continuous dynamic development of the company, which has made us an important partner in the business market.
We are trusted by the majority of retail chains in Poland and worldwide, for which we also create “private label”