Company milestones

Learn about all the best moments of VOYATZOGLOU SYSTEMS SA

FOUNDATION
1992

Establishment of VOYATZOGLOU SYSTEMS SA

VOYATZOGLOU SYSTEMS S.A. was founded in 1992 from the merger of three companies owned by the Voyatzoglou family which had been active for a number of years in trade and distributions of furniture fitting materials and store equipment. The aim of the merger was the optimum monitoring and coordination of the individual companies’ operations and the achievement of economies of scale. Gradually, the company developed into one of the most significant entities in the sector, investing in modern resources and applying contemporary sales, organization and administration methods.

1999

Expansion to Romania

In 1999, the company expanded its activities in the Romania, with the establishment of a full subsidiary company named “VOYATZOGLOU SYSTEMS ROMANIA S.R.L.”

1999

Organizational restructure

In 1999, the company initiated procedures to establish its development strategy and to redesign the company’s its organizational structure, in order to cope with the fluctuating market environment and to further enhance its turnover. These procedures resulted in building an innovative, flexible yet resistant corporate culture.

The company then assigned to a consulting company that specialized in “Enterprise Resource Planning” (ERP) and “Business Process Reengineering” (BPR) to address the following matter/tasks:

a) to precisely record the company’s operational procedures per department and as a whole and suggest changes in operations, that would increase efficiency and productivity
b) to study what software needs the company has and find one that address them all
c) to certify the company with ISO 9001.

All the above were succesfully completed in 2000.

2000

Entering the Athens Stock Exchange’s Parallel Market Index

In 2000 VOYATZOGLOU SYSTEMS S.A. successfully entered the Athens Stock Exchange’s Parallel Market Index. The company’s Share Capital was raised by 165.000.000 GRD / 484.225,97 Euro through the issue of 825,000 new common nominal shares with a nominal value of 200 GRD / 0.59 Euro each and a trading price of 3,600 GDR / 10.56 Euro. The 825,000 new common nominal shares became available to the broad investment public through an Initial Public Offering from which the company derived the above mentioned sums. Also in 2000, through the use of the capital derived the company made an investment of 895 million GRD / 2,626 thousand Euro.

Development of the “VOYATZOGLOU SYSTEMS ROMANIA SRL” subsidiary in Romania
Purchase of a 50,000m2 land site with an old building 12,750m2 along the Athens-Lamia National Road at Inofita, for the creation of a modern distribution centre.
Initation of Construction of Offices -Exhibition Space – Storage Facility in Sindos, Thessaloniki (Sindos area)
The purchase and installment of an EPR Computerized Information System and other Applications.

Also, the new Corporate Resources Utilization (EPR) Information Systems was completed and applied. All the Voyatzoglou Systems facilities were on line connected and synchronized; offering timely and reliable information.

2005

New investments and cooperations

In January 2005 the company established a new subsidiary company entitled Organizer Stores Limited Commercial Proffesional Equipment Company with 1,000,000 Euro capital and participation percentage 99%. The established company offers all types of shopfitting and decorative equipment for professional as well as the trade, decoration, appearance, promotion, automation, spatial exploitation and organization of products for professional spaces.

2011

ICAP Strongest Companies in Greece distinction

This distinction made the Greek and international deals of the company easier since it confirms it holds a low credit risk. The "STRONGEST COMPANIES IN GREECE" are those who hold the highest ICAP Group rating scores. Only 1 in 10 Greek companies can enter the "STRONGEST COMPANIES IN GREECE" group.

2016

Establishment of the BETA WOOD SA subsidiary

In July 2016, a new subsidiary was founded named «BETA WOOD COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL SA», dealing in produc-ing, treating, and servicing all types of furniture, shelves, parts and other similar items of professional or home use.

2018

Diamonds of the Greek economy 2018 distinction

Voyatzoglou Systems SA received a distinction in the Diamonds of the Greek economy 2018 awards.

The ceremony was held in the Grande Bretagne Hotel in Athens, on Tuesday 03/07/2018. The Diamonds of the Greek economy 2018 awards are given to the most dynamic Greek companies. The awards and the Certificates Diamonds of the Greek Economy are given to the most dynamic companies in Greece based on specific criteria, such as profits, loans, liquidity, stocks owned etc.

At the same time, other criteria are taken under consideration, such as the funds invested, the human resources poli-cy as well as corporate social responsibility. The award was received by Mr.Andreas Tseperis - Chief Financial Officer of the Group

2018

Growth Awards for Development and Competitiveness

Voyatzoglou Systems SA was declared one of the 206 most dynamic companies in Greece by the “Growth Awards for Development and Competitiveness”, organized by Eurobank and Grant Thornton.

2020

Interior Awards 2020

Voyatzoglou Systems 2020 was given the bronze award by the Interior Awards 2020 for constructing a Pharmacy in He-raklion of Crete. Click the link for more information.

2020

Supply Chain Awards 2020

Voyatzoglou Systems SA was awarded the gold award at the Supply Chain Awards 2020 in the category of Efficiency and Productivity in Logistics for constructing an automated pallet storing ASRS system (with Stacker Cranes), for the new Chipita warehouse in Slovakia.

Also, it was given the bronze award in the category of Innovation in storage, for a project for A&G PAPER. Click the link for more information.

2021

Growth Awards for Development and Competitiveness

Voyatzoglou Systems SA was declared one of the 250 most dynamic companies in Greece by the “Growth Awards for Development and Competitiveness”, organized by Eurobank and Grant Thornton.

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