Address / contact details

Progres N. Sztandera, W. Izbicki Spółka Jawna
ul. Sobieskiego 16, 32-650 Kęty, Poland

NIP: PL 5492279386 REGON: 120304106 KRS: 0000470516

Bank account number

EURO currency account - Bank: mBank
IBAN: PL 93 1140 2004 0000 3212 0079 1855
BIC: BREXPLPWMBK

GBP currency account - Bank: mBank
IBAN: PL 41 1140 2004 0000 3412 0479 4816
BIC: BREXPLPWMBK

Nessi Online Store Open

Monday to Friday
from 8.00 to 16.00

Phone: +48 (33) 845 10 42 (Polish language)
Mobile: +48 784 629 093 (Polish language)
E-mail: shop@nessi-sport.com (Language Polish, English, German)

We try to answer your questions as soon as possible (we work from Monday to Friday from 8:00 to 16:00). We will reply to e-mails received on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays during the shop's working hours given above.



We process your data for the exchange of correspondence. Details can be found in the privacy policy.

Retail sales, complaints, returns

Phone: +48 (33) 845 10 42
Mobile: +48 784 629 093
E-mail: shop@nessi-sport.com

Wholesale, export

Wojciech Izbicki
Mobile: +48 664 739 497
E-mail: wojciechizbicki@e-nessi.pl

Marketing and PR

Mobile: +48 735 231 141
E-mail: marketing@nessi-sport.pl

The administrator of the personal data provided by you in the order form will be Progres N. Sztandera, W. Izbicki Sp. j., ul. Jana III Sobieskiego 16, 32-650 Kęty. The data will be processed based on art. 6 ust. 1 lit. b RODO in order to fulfill the order and on the basis of art. 6 ust. 1 lit. c RODO in order to issue an invoice and to include an invoice in the administrator's accounting documentation. Data on the order will be stored in the database until the expiry of the claims on account of the concluded contract. You will have the right to request from the administrator access to your personal data and to rectify them, removing or limiting the processing or the right to object to the processing, as well as the right to transfer data - on the principles set out in art. 16 – 21 RODO. If you decide, that your data is being processed contrary to the law, you will be able to file a complaint with the supervisory authority. Providing data is voluntary, but necessary to place an order.