More than 20 years ago, in 1989, a small company named Polimark was founded. With its first product, ketchup, mayonnaise and later, mustard, margarine, cooked and canned tomatoes, sauces, margarines, universal spice, cooking cream and whipping cream but also soy drinks, Polimark has become the largest producer of condiments in the region.
Polimark was the first company in Serbia that introduced the quality standard ISO 9001: 2000 and certified and implemented HACCP standard. Also, IFS and BRC standards have been implemented. Microbiological and chemical control of products in all stages of production as well as cooperation with scientific institutions, along with abovementioned standards, allowed Polimark to guarantee constant quality and freshness of the product during the shelf-life.
How Polimark grew so were born new ideas but also a need to expand business in various fields, thus resulting Polimark Group - a group of companies that gathered ten member companies, of different activities but with one common goal and that is success.
By developing and expanding the business, the concept of corporatization has emerged which, among other things, envisages distancing from the name Polimark, which we leave only on the packaging of products that carry it. Polimark Group 2016 becomes Unisol Group with 3 member companies, which will be more focused on business development, expansion of brand portfolio, and more cooperation with third parties.
Unisol Group member companies are:
|Unisol d.o.o.||Member company, owner of brands Polimark, Polimark Bionacin, Polimark Tomatino, Polimark Professional, Plantino, Prima Gastro, Eco Food. It also owns the Packaging Industry, Food Industry, but also provides raw materials services for the food industry.|
|Omnico distribucija d.o.o.||Member company with basic activity of distribution of food products|
|HBT Logistika d.o.o.||Member company with basic activity of logistic services|
Unisol strives to continuously improve quality of its products through the installation of modern equipment, purchase of quality raw materials, meeting the needs of demanding food security and, of course, employment of highly educated people.