& Establishing a Factory
ABOUT THE CLIENT
Nielsen Supply is a Polish subsidiary company owned by a Danish holding company, that needed a sub-supplier for their brands.
The owners of Nielsen Supply needed to increase their production capacity at their holding companies and simultaneously start
a spin-off business to diversify their company portfolio, but they lacked the knowledge and resources to enter the nearshoring markets they considered: Out of many different countries the choice fell on Poland.
We helped Nielsen Supply in the following ways:
we analysed their production & staffing needs and prepared a detailed budget plan before they made the decision to establish a subsidiary in Poland.
we registered Nielsen Supply Sp. z o.o. - their new Polish subsidiary and provided 360° managerial support.
we executed a 3-stage plan that enabled them to have a fully functioning factory in Poland within 3,5 months from the moment Nielsen Supply was registered.
we found and rented the warehouse & production facilities on behalf of Nielsen Supply.
we helped them recruit, hire and train people who are able to take responsibility for the Polish company
and we keep on working to help them grow their Polish business...
A 1,000 square metres real estate was found and rented within 1 month from the company registration date
Production start within 3 months from the company registration date.
Project breakeven within 2 months from production start.
Project complete 1 month ahead of time
Project complete 30% below the estimated cost budget (monthly operational costs)
Breakeven within 2 months from production start
+100% additional production capacity on the accessories line at lower operational costs
Nielsen Supply Sp. z o.o.
The knowledge about both the Danish and Polish cultures together with the language had made Hugin Consulting an obvious cooperation partner in relation to the task we had. Przemysław as a consultant, with his competent guidance and help along the entire process from registering the Polish company to taking care of production issues, has made the thought about starting production in Poland a reality.