In connection with the ESPI current report No. 6/2020, No. 10/2020 and No. 12/2020 The Management Board of Sescom S.A. (“the Company”, “the Issuer”) shall provide the report concerning current impact of coronavirus outbreak on operational activities of Sescom Group.

According to preliminary estimates of the Issuer, consolidated sales generated in May, 2020 will decrease approx. 10% compared to sales generated in May, 2019 and will reach 9,1 million PLN. The reduction of work in foreign countries had the greatest impact on the difference y-o-y. The foreign subsidiaries responsible for FM work reached 1,6 million PLN sales in May, compared to 3,4 million PLN corresponding month of 2019.

The phasing out of trade restrictions in Poland and other countries leading in terms of sales: Germany, Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia and the Netherlands, is a fostering phenomenon for operational activities of Sescom Group. Since May shopping centres have operated in new sanitary regime, what resulted in relaunch of revision and service work scheduled in first quarter of 2020. That positive tendency reflects the value of Sescom sales – which had, back in April 2020, amounted to 7,2 million PLN (-25,8% y-o-y).

The all Sescom business lines operate normally, comply with hygienic conditions during operational work. Due to closure of borders between particular UE countries and risk of quarantine, tasks and projects which required international business trip have been limited.

Since 1 June office workers return to stationary work gradually. Sescom offices work in compliance with governmental recommendations concerning sanitary standards: the workers have access to cleaning supplies, protective masks and gloves or helmets. An access to common spaces has been restricted.

The Management Board of Sescom recognise an increase in the volume of work as a consequence of progressive release of restrictions concerning particular economy sectors in UE countries. Sescom Group maintains income level allowing for stable existence and continuous growth. In the Management Board opinion, there is no risk of the inability to collect the outstanding claims of significant value.

Temporary shutdowns of trade facilities across countries, which are the area of the Company’s commercial activities, may have a negative impact on the Issuer’s business and may affect its financial results. Therefore, the Company monitor the current impact of coronavirus outbreak and local governments’ decisions on operational activities of Sescom Group in order to effectively prevent negative trends and use governmental instruments in particular countries. The information on incidents that may be crucial to economic situation of the Company and its Capital Group, will be provided immediately as ESPI current reports.

Legal Basis: Article 17(1) MAR – confidential information

Signatures of the Company’s representatives:

Sławomir Halbryt – President of the Management Board


The Management Board of Sescom SA (“the Company”, “the Issuer”) informs that the Issuer purchased the shares of Sescom SA 29 May 2020, by exercising the right arising from the content of Resolution No. 22 of 16 March 2020 of the Ordinary General Shareholders Meeting of Sescom and the resolution of 8 May 2020 of the Management Board of Sescom concerning the initiating the share buyback programme (“Share Buyback Programme”).

Detailed information concerning completed transactions:

– kind of transaction: purchase of Sescom SA shares with an ISIN code PLSESCM00013,

– number of purchased shares: 45 shares,

– nominal price of 1 share: PLN 1,

– average purchase price of 1 share: PLN 20,00,

– total price of purchased shares: PLN 900,00,

– number of votes arising from purchased shares: 45 votes,

– participation of the purchased shares in the equity capital: 0,0021%,

– participation of the purchased shares in total number of votes: 0,0016%,

– total number of own shares belonging to the Issuer after settling the purchase: 50.430,

– total participation of own shares belonging to the Issuer in the equity capital: 2,4014%,

– total participation of own shares belonging to the Issuer in total number of votes: 1,7695%.

The list of transactions was attached to this ESPI Report.

The Company informed about initiating the Share Buyback Programme by ESPI report 13/2020 from 8 May 2020.

The Company informs, that due to the beginning of the closed period related to the publication of the semi-annual report, the Issuer will have stopped purchasing the shares under Share Buyback Programme by 29 June 2020.

Attachment: The list of transactions

Legal Basis: Other regulations (Article 2(3) of the Commission delegated regulation No 2016/1052 of 8 March 2016

Signatures of the Company’s representatives:

Sławomir Halbryt – President of the Management Board


The Management Board of Sescom SA (“the Company”, “the Issuer”) informs that the Issuer purchased the shares of Sescom SA between 18-20 May 2020, by exercising the right arising from the content of Resolution No. 22 of 16 March 2020 of the Ordinary General Shareholders Meeting of Sescom and the resolution of 8 May 2020 of the Management Board of Sescom concerning the initiating the share buyback programme (“Share Buyback Programme”).

Detailed information concerning completed transactions:

– kind of transaction: purchase of Sescom SA shares with an ISIN code PLSESCM00013,

– number of purchased shares: 185 shares,

– nominal price of 1 share: PLN 1,

– average purchase price of 1 share: PLN 19,40,

– total price of purchased shares: PLN 3.588,60,

– number of votes arising from purchased shares: 185 votes,

– participation of the purchased shares in the equity capital: 0,0088%,

– participation of the purchased shares in total number of votes: 0,0065%,

– total number of own shares belonging to the Issuer after settling the purchase: 50.385,

– total participation of own shares belonging to the Issuer in the equity capital: 2,3993%,

– total participation of own shares belonging to the Issuer in total number of votes: 1,7614%.

The list of transactions was attached to this ESPI Report.

The Company informed about initiating the Share Buyback Programme by ESPI report 13/2020 from 8 May 2020.

Attachment: The list of transactions

Legal Basis: Other regulations (Article 2(3) of the Commission delegated regulation No 2016/1052 of 8 March 2016

Signatures of the Company’s representatives:

Sławomir Halbryt – President of the Management Board


The Management Board of Sescom SA (“the Company”, “the Issuer”) informs that the Issuer purchased the shares of Sescom SA between 13-15 May 2020, by exercising the right arising from the content of Resolution No. 22 of 16 March 2020 of the Ordinary General Shareholders Meeting of Sescom and the resolution of 8 May 2020 of the Management Board of Sescom concerning the initiating the share buyback programme (“Share Buyback Programme”).

Detailed information concerning completed transactions:

– kind of transaction: purchase of Sescom SA shares with an ISIN code PLSESCM00013,

– number of purchased shares: 200 shares,

– nominal price of 1 share: PLN 1,

– average purchase price of 1 share: PLN 18,69,

– total price of purchased shares: PLN 3.738,

– number of votes arising from purchased shares: 200 votes,

– participation of the purchased shares in the equity capital: 0,0095%,

– participation of the purchased shares in total number of votes: 0,0070%,

– total number of own shares belonging to the Issuer after settling the purchase: 50.200,

– total participation of own shares belonging to the Issuer in the equity capital: 2,3905%,

– total participation of own shares belonging to the Issuer in total number of votes: 1,7614%.

The list of transactions was attached to this ESPI Report.

The Company informed about initiating the Share Buyback Programme by ESPI report 13/2020 from 8 May 2020.

Legal Basis: Other regulations – Article 2(3) of the Commission delegated regulation No 2016/1052 of 8 March 2016

Signatures of the Company’s representatives:

Sławomir Halbryt – President of the Management Board

Attachment file – the list of transactions


The Management Board of Sescom SA (“the Company”, “the Issuer”) informs that on 8 May 2020 the Issuer adopted the resolution of the initiating the share buyback programme (“Share Buyback Programme”) exercising the right arising from the content of Resolution No. 22 of 16 March 2020 of the Ordinary General Shareholders Meeting of Sescom which empowers the Management Board to acquire own shares of Sescom in accordance with Article 362 § 1 subparagraph 2,5 and 8 Commercial Companies Code.

The Share Buyback Programme will be implemented in compliance with existing legislation: the Law of 15 September, 2000 Commercial Companies Code, the Trading in Financial Instruments Act of 29 July 2005, Regulation No 596/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the market abuse (“MAR Regulation”) including its implementing acts, the principles determined in the Resolution No. 22 of 16 March 2020 of the Ordinary General Shareholders Meeting and the conditions authorised by this resolution of the Management Board.

  1. It is allowed to purchase the bearer shares, fully paid, dematerialised with ISIN number: PLSESCM00013, which are traded on the regulated market operated by the Warsaw Stock Exchange (“WSE”).
  2. The Issuer intends to acquire not more than 20,000 (say: twenty thousand) shares with their nominal price of PLN 20.000 (say: twenty thousand), which account for 0,95% in the share capital of the Issuer and entitle to 20.000 of votes at the General Shareholders Meeting of Sescom.
  3. The shares will be purchased at the market price, but no less than PLN 17,90 (say: seventeen 90/100) and no more than PLN 26,80 (twenty-six 80/100) for one share.
  4. To acquire the mentioned shares, the sum of PLN 600.000 (say: sixty thousand) is allotted, including acquisition cost of the shares, according to the Resolution No. 23 of 16 March 2020 of the Ordinary General Shareholders Meeting.
  5. The Share Buyback Programme will be carried out until 30 September 2020 or until the earmarked funds run out, or until the Company buy the maximum limit of shares.
  6. The shares will be purchased during the trading session of WSE using the investment account of the Company.
  7. The Issuer will not purchase the shares at a price higher than the higher of the price of the last independent trade and the highest current independent purchase bid on the WSE trading venue.
  8. The Company will not purchase on any trading day more than 25% of the average daily volume of Sescom shares on the WSE trading venue, which shall be based on the average daily volume traded during the 20 trading days preceding the date of purchase.
  9. The Issuer will not purchase the shares during the closed period referred to in Article 19(11) of MAR Regulation.
  10. The shares will be purchased in order to implement an incentive programme for key managers of Sescom SA and its subsidiaries. The incentive programme will consist in allocating or reselling equity options on Sescom shares.
  11. The Issuer will provide updated information on volume of purchased shares to the public by ESPI reports.
  12. The Company may terminate the Share Buyback Programme before the date mentioned in point 5 or before earmarked funds mentioned in point 4 run out.

In case of terminating the Share Buyback Programme before 30.09.2020, the Management Board of Sescom provide such information to the public by ESPI report.

The Share Buyback Programme begins 08.05.2020.

The number of own shares purchased by the Company at the date of publication of this report is 50.000 shares, which account for 2,38% in the share capital and entitle to 1,75% of votes at the General Shareholders Meeting of Sescom.

Legal Basis: Article 17(1) MAR – confidential information

Signatures of the Company’s representatives:

Sławomir Halbryt – President of the Management Board


In connection with the ESPI current report No. 6/2020 and No. 10/2020 The Management Board of Sescom S.A. (“the Company”, “the Issuer”) shall provide the report concerning current impact of coronavirus outbreak on operational activities of Sescom Group.

According to preliminary estimates of the Issuer, consolidated sales generated in April, 2020 will decrease approx. 25,8% compared to sales generated in April, 2019 and will reach 7,2 million PLN. In the Management Board’s opinion, negative impact of coronavirus on sales of the Issuer and its Capital Group will be more noticeable in the coming months: April and May. The following key factors determined the value of sales:

  • decrease in the volume of FM services for customers from apparel and HoReCa sectors – especially in West European countries,
  • increase in work orders from discount retailers within IT Infrastructure business line,
  • suspension of work for foreign construction projects within Sescom Store business line,
  • continuation of undistorted operational work by other business lines: Energy and Logistics Processes Support.

The current sales level allows the Sescom Group for stable performance. The Issuer realizes immediate debt collection activities whenever delays in payments occur. Moreover, the Management Board decided to reduce their own salary by 40%. The decision was approved by the resolution of the Supervisory Board. It is through good financial and liquidity condition, reduction of employment in Sescom Group did not exceed 5% in relation to employment in February 2020. In order to minimize the risk of infection, office workers still work in home office basis. The Company shall examine each workplace with the purpose of providing safe return of the employees and implementing potential new work patterns.

The current impact of coronavirus outbreak on operational activities of particular business lines of Sescom Group as at 8 May 2020 is presented below.

  1. Sescom Facility Management – Poland

Scheduled works for the Issuer’s clients from following sectors: large format stores, petrol stations and the majority of banks, are carrying out without any interference. Due to re-opening of shopping centers, work orders which were planned before shutdown are relaunching progressively. The Issuer still supports the clients in reducing pandemic impact on their operational activities by providing disinfection services.

  1. Sescom Facility Management – Europe

The Issuer has relaunched service work on the relevant markets: Germany, Czech Republic, Austria, Netherlands in connection to releasing economies in the next European countries. The work orders for clients from Croatia, Sweden, Greece, Norway has been also relaunched. At this point these are single orders which arises from current verification of the clients’ demands.

As shops in Hungary have been still open during the time of pandemic, the Company maintains continuity of service work for local clients, who did not decide to close their trade facilities.

The Issuer remains ready to react to emergency requests from clients operating in countries which are still affected by trade restrictions concerning stationary trade.

  1. Sescom IT Infrastructure

Orders and services for clients from drugstore sector and discount chains in Poland are carried normally. According to lifting restrictions, the Company have realised more orders for self-checkouts.

  1. Sescom Store

At the date of 8 May 2020, Sestore finished work in the majority of the projects in Poland. Technical acceptance phases for 2 construction projects, which were interrupted due to pandemic, have been relaunched in April. Because of progressive restrictions lifting in Europe, Sestore was given an opportunity to reactivate one foreign construction project. At the turn of May and June Sestore begins 2 new domestic construction orders.

  1. Sescom Energy

Sescom Energy business line operates without any interruption. The implementation of SES Control measuring devices at petrol stations under the project for Shell ended in April. This allowed Sescom to begin the new analytical phase of the energy optimization project.

  1. Logistics Processes Support

Operational Activity of LPS business line, which provides services of warehouse vehicles maintenance, did not identify any interruption in April. All the vehicle revision services are providing in accordance with the schedule. The number of service orders remained at the same level as it was before pandemic. However, a slight drop in demand on sale of new forklifts is noticeable, which may affect sales value in the coming months.

Temporary shutdowns of trade facilities across countries, which are the area of the Company’s commercial activities, have a negative impact on the Issuer’s business and may affect its financial results. Therefore, the Company monitor the current impact of coronavirus outbreak and local governments’ decisions on operational activities of Sescom Group in order to effectively prevent negative trends and use governmental instruments in particular countries. The information on incidents that may be crucial to economic situation of the Company and its Capital Group, will be provided immediately as ESPI current reports.

Legal Basis: Article 17(1) MAR – confidential information

Signatures of the Company’s representatives:

Sławomir Halbryt – President of the Management Board


The Management Board of Sescom S.A. (“the Company”, “the Issuer”) shall inform, that on 17 April 2020 the Issuer adopted a resolution on joining Sanasens Limited Liability Company in organisation, headquartered in Gdańsk (“Sanasens Sp. z o.o. w organizacji, “Sanasens”) by subscribing 20% of shares in the share capital, with their nominal value of PLN 1.000. On 18 April 2020 the founders of Sanasens submitted registration documents in S24 system provided by Polish Ministry of Justice.

Sanasens will conduct activities in the area of predictive maintenance solutions for HVAC devices. The aim of the company is to provide services based on remote measurements of the parameters of devices and data analysis in order to identify possible defects in devices operations which may lead to failures and downtimes.

The Issuer intends to improve own service offer by the solution developed by Sanasens. By capital commitment, the Company wants to take an active part in further technological operations of Sanasens.

The Management Board of Sescom identifies information on subscribing 20% of shares of Sanasens as an important information due to possible impact of Sanasens solutions on operational activities of Sescom Group.

Legal Basis: Article 17(1) MAR – confidential information

Signatures of the Company’s representatives:

Sławomir Halbryt – President of the Management Board


In connection with the ESPI current report No. 6/2020 The Management Board of Sescom S.A. (“the Company”, “the Issuer”) shall provide the report concerning current impact of coronavirus outbreak on operational activities of Sescom Group.

According to preliminary estimates of the Issuer, consolidated sales generated in March, 2020 will decrease approx. 8% compared to sales generated in March, 2019 and will reach 8,5 million PLN. In the Management Board’s opinion, negative impact of coronavirus on sales of the Issuer and its Capital Group will be more noticeable in the coming months: April and May.

In order to minimise the risk arising from recent market situation, the Company suitably reduces operating costs and analyses market signals and possibilities to update the current offer and to increase its sales.

Since 31 March 2020, in response to customers’ demand, the Issuer has started providing disinfecting services in trade facilities, including ozonation.

The all Company offices sustain remote working and continue to carry out all business processes without any interruption, regardless of the duration of the epidemic.

The current impact of coronavirus outbreak on operational activities of particular business lines of Sescom Group as at 31 March 2020 is presented below.

  1. Sescom Facility Management – Poland

Current works for the Issuer’s clients from following sectors: large format stores, petrol stations and the majority of banks, are carrying out without any interference. In consultation with clients from sectors which were forced to close their shops due to imposed restrictions, repairs and revision services are postponed. The critical events and failures are supported by service teams as usual. Since 31 March 2020 the Company started providing ozonation services in trade facilities.

  1. Sescom Facility Management – Europe

Since 31 March 2020 Sescom GmbH has also expanded the range of services to disinfecting. First works will be carried out in Germany and Czech Republic for Company’s current clients.

Due to restrictions imposed in particular West European countries, range of FM work was reduced to still operating venues. Guided by aim to ensure the safety of service teams and in consultation with other European clients, repairs and revision services are temporarily suspended. Simultaneously the Issuer remains ready to react to emergency requests.

In Central Europe work was reduced to still operating venues in Hungary and Serbia.

  1. Sescom IT Infrastructure

At the date of 31 March 2020, all work ensuring continuous functioning of devices and IT systems in trade facilities is normally carried out. Orders and services for clients from drugstore sector and discount chains in Poland are carried out as planned – shops from these branches are still open.

  1. Sescom Store

At the date of 31 March 2020, two modernization projects conducted abroad remain suspended. The other 7 projects located in Poland are performed in accordance with the schedule.

  1. Sescom Energy

Current operational work is carried out without any interference.

Energy consumption measurements, which are provided under Sescom Energy services, are conducted remotely. Therefore, realization of these works remains undisturbed. The implementation of SES Control measuring devices at petrol stations under the project for Shell Polska Sp. z o.o. is proceeding without any delays.

  1. Logistics Processes Support

DT Sp. z o.o., a subsidiary company responsible for providing services of warehouse vehicles maintenance, did not identify any interruption of planned work at the date of 31 March 2020. The Company remains in contact with the key suppliers and it received no information about possible delays of ordered spare parts until publication of this ESPI report.

Temporary shutdowns of trade facilities across countries, which are the area of the Company’s commercial activities, have a negative impact on the Issuer’s business and may affect its financial results. Therefore, the Company monitor the current impact of coronavirus outbreak and local governments’ decisions on operational activities of Sescom Group in order to effectively prevent negative trends and use governmental instruments in particular countries. The information on incidents that may be crucial to economic situation of the Company and its Capital Group, will be provided immediately as ESPI current reports.

Legal Basis: Article 17(1) MAR – confidential information

Signatures of the Company’s representatives:

Sławomir Halbryt – President of the Management Board


The Management Board of Sescom S.A. (“the Company”, “the Issuer”) shall inform that on March 27, 2020 the Supervisory Board of Sescom has chosen an audit firm to perform the audit of the financial statements of Sescom and Sescom Capital Group, acting in accordance with article no 17 of the Articles of Association of Sescom.

The Supervisory Board, after receiving note of the recommendation of the Audit Committee, chose REWIT Księgowi i Biegli Rewidenci Sp. z o.o. headquartered in Gdańsk, inscribed in the list of audit firms authorized to perform audits of financial statements with legal entity’s code 101. The audit firm will be responsible for performing:

1) a review of semi-annual financial statement for the period 01.10.2019 – 31.03.2020 and 01.10.2020 – 31.03.2021 of Sescom,

2) an audit of annual financial statement for the period 01.10.2019 – 30.09.2020 and 01.10.2020 – 30.09.2021 of Sescom,

3) a review of semi-annual financial statement for the period 01.10.2019 – 31.03.2020 and 01.10.2020 – 31.03.2021 of Sescom Capital Group,

4) an audit of annual financial statement for the period 01.10.2019 – 30.09.2020 and 01.10.2020 – 30.09.2021 of Sescom Capital Group,

Legal Basis: Article 17(1) MAR – confidential information

Signatures of the Company’s representatives:

Sławomir Halbryt – President of the Management Board


The Management Board of Sescom S.A. (“the Company”, “the Issuer”) provides below, as an attachment to this report, the list of shareholders holding 5% or more of total voting rights at Ordinary General Shareholders Meeting of Sescom S.A. which took place on 16 March 2020.

  1. List of shareholders holding at least 5% of total voting rights at Ordinary General Shareholders Meeting of Sescom S.A. (PL)

Legal Basis: Art. 70.3 of the Public Offering Act – List of shareholders holding 5% or more of total voting rights at the General Meeting

Signatures of the Company’s representatives:

Sławomir Halbryt – President of the Management Board