Our history

AGROMEX was established in 1992 and for over 30 years of operation, remaining a family business, has become one of the largest transport companies in Poland. We offer road and intermodal transport. We work with the use of stand-by trailers. Developing sustainably, we use zero-emission fuel (bio-LNG) to power our vehicles. Our experienced team of forwarders will be happy to help you.


Messrs. Wojciech and Jacek Fraszka, who had been running a farm for several years, purchased a Jelcz truck from the army at an auction. This vehicle was used to transport crops produced on the farm. It was a vehicle that became the nucleus of the future transport company Agromex.


The official year of establishment of the Agromex company.


The Jelcz truck, which had been used for three years, turned out to be insufficient to service foreign routes. So the owners bought another vehicle – a Renault Major with a box semi-trailer. The truck was not new, but it had previously traveled in a convoy of circus vehicles, so it had low mileage.


Purchase of the first brand new truck, it was a Renault Magnum tractor unit. At that time, the company was engaged in the transport of liquid food goods in tankers.


Purchase of the first Mega curtainsider trailers from Wielton. From then on, our fleet will consist exclusively of Mega trailers.


The fleet size reached 30 vehicles. In the following years there was rapid growth, and within 4 years the fleet size increased by over 200%


The company is developing dynamically, the fleet size has exceeded 100 vehicles.


The quality management system has been certified by Dekra Certification as compliant with the ISO 9001 standard.

  • The company’s offices were moved to a newly built facility.
  • Launching a professional truck service and its own gas station.
  • This year, Agromex included intermodal services based on the transport of trailers by rail to its offer

Preparing for Brexit, Agromex opens a subsidiary in Great Britain (Agromex Transport & Solutions UK Limited).


Installation of photovoltaic panels that provide energy for offices and the service center.


The first Iveco S-Way NP tractors powered by liquefied natural gas (LNG) join the Agromex fleet. Currently, the company has 38 such vehicles.


Q4 – the fleet of natural gas-powered tractors is switching to zero-emission bio-LNG fuel, i.e. biogas that is not a fossil fuel but comes from waste.