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A Polish Chemical and Pharmaceutical Plant “Polpharma" was established in Starogard Gdanski.
Polpharma was nationalised. Two chemists Zygmunt Gmaj and Jerzy Sumczynski - become the managers of the facility.
The company started the production of sulfathiazole a popular bacteriostatic drug.
The plant's name was charged to “Starogardzkie Zaklady Farmaceutyczne”.
The company was incorporated into the Pharmaceutical Industry Union “Polfa”.
A Plant Research Laboratory began operation.
The production of pharmaceutical substances grew, followed by the production of finished dosage forms: tablets and ampoules.
The company developed and modernised its infrastructure.
The company exceeded 3000 employees. Exports of pharmaceutical substances and medicines represented approximately 50% of the company’s sales. The products of Starogard-based "Polfa” were sold to 60 countries on all
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