September 2, 2017



CENZIN derives from SEPEWE, a company founded in 1926, which exported military equipment made by Polish manufacturers to more than 40 countries worldwide before the start of the Second World War. It also originates from Central Engineering Board, located between 1950 and 1989 in the structures of the Ministry of Foreign Trade. The latter was later renamed to the Ministry for Foreign Economic Cooperation and engaged in international trade of military equipment. Consequently, CENZIN is recognized as the oldest Polish arms and trading company, operating on the international market for more than 90 years.

In its current legal form CENZIN has been in existence since May 15th, 1990. CENZIN belonged to the defense sector capital groups (Bumar and PHO). Since 2015 it has been a part of the Polish Armaments Group SA, a holding company consisting of 64 Polish defense companies.



President and CEO

Waldemar Humięcki graduated from doctoral studies at the University of Agriculture and Technology in Olsztyn. He has many years of managerial experience. During his professional career he worked as the President of the Management Board of the Agricultural Property Agency, Member of the Management Board in ORLEN Ochrona and ORLEN Aviation as well as the Main Specialist of State Control in the Supreme Chamber of Control.


Katarzyna Krawczyk – Chairman of the Supervisory Board

Waldemar Humięcki – Vice Chairman of the Supervisory Board

Marcin Wawrzyniak – Secretary of the Supervisory Board

Mirosław Janicki – Member of the Supervisory Board

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