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STARCO expanding in Poland to meet OEM demand

STARCO expanding in Poland to meet OEM demand

6th September 2019 | 0 Comments

Construction work on a project to expand STARCO’s operation in Poland officially commenced last week. STARCO says the addition of new warehouse and fitting facilities at the Mielec site, around 50 miles east of Krakow, will increase floorspace from 2,500 to 5,500 square metres. The new facilities should be operational early next year.

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Vipal Rubber presents at ProfiAuto Show 2019

Vipal Rubber presents at ProfiAuto Show 2019

7th August 2019 | 0 Comments

Vipal Rubber, one of the world’s top manufacturers of tyre retreading products, has participated in the ProfiAuto Show 2019 (8-9 June in Katowice, Poland) in partnership with exclusive Polish distributor, Arko-Gum. The partnership between the companies, vital in ensuring Vipal provides the most relevant solutions for the Polish market, has been in effect for nine years.

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VMI expands Poland plant

VMI expands Poland plant

25th January 2019 | 0 Comments

VMI is opening two additional manufacturing halls in Poland following the “unprecedented success” of its original project in the city of Lezsno. In addition, the company announced the appointment of Magda Sadowska as general manager of the Lezsno facility.

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Hella successfully concludes sale of wholesale businesses, FTZ and Inter-Team

5th September 2018 | 0 Comments

Lighting and electronics specialist Hella has concluded the sale of the Danish and Polish wholesale businesses FTZ and Inter-Team. After approval by the antitrust authorities responsible, both companies were transferred to the Swedish wholesaler Mekonomen. Subject to the terms of the transaction, the purchase price amounts to 395 million euro.

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30% capacity increase: Bridgestone announces investment in Poznań tyre plant

6th August 2018 | 0 Comments

Approximately £145 million will be invested in the Bridgestone tyre plant in Poznań, Poland over the next half a decade in order to boost production capacity by around 30 per cent. Quoted in a Bridgestone press release, Roman Staszewski, plant manager and managing director of Bridgestone Poznan, said close to PLN 700 million would be invested and, by 2022, new technology would be added and current production lines upgraded in order to increase daily production capacity from 31,000 to more than 40,000 tyres.

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VMI opens factory in Poland

6th September 2017 | 0 Comments

On 5 September VMI opened a new factor in Leszno, Poland. The location was officially opened by Lukasz Borowiak, mayor of Leszno and Alexander van der Lof, chairman of the executive board of TKH Group.

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Video: Avon aids Bielicki set motorcycle burnout world record

Video: Avon aids Bielicki set motorcycle burnout world record

1st September 2017 | 0 Comments

Avon Tyres’ Storm 3D X-M has helped Polish stunt rider Maciej “DOP” Bielicki set a new world record for the longest recorded rolling burnout on a motorcycle. Using a specially closed road near the Harley-Davidson dealership in the city of Rzeszów, south-east Poland, Bielicki set the record on his Street Rod bike, spinning the rear wheel for just under three miles. Watch the video below on Tyrepress.com.

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The future’s bright for Poland’s electromobility market, says Frost & Sullivan

28th June 2017 | 0 Comments

Poland’s electromobility market is ripe for growth. Favourable government initiatives such as the Electromobility Plan and Electromobility and Alternative Fuels Act are reshaping local mobility and igniting innovative clean technologies to achieve higher competitiveness and energy optimization. Growth will be augmented by consumer incentives and the simultaneous development of infrastructure, energy distribution, and product offerings. Players should look for opportunities in charging point infrastructure development, automotive supply chain transformation, and public transport modernisation to gain a competitive advantage.

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Uniwheels ends 2016 with record sales volumes

24th January 2017 | 0 Comments

A 12.2 per cent increase in sales during 2016 lifted Uniwheels AG’s overall sales volumes to more than 8.77 million wheels last year, and the recent completion of expansion work at its facility in Poland will push capacity beyond 10 million units this year. Demand from OEM customers continues to grow, and as a result, Uniwheels is now looking to set up a fifth plant as well as a further expansion of its operation in Poland.

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Kuehne + Nagel takes over Michelin warehousing in Poland

Kuehne + Nagel takes over Michelin warehousing in Poland

4th January 2017 | 0 Comments

Logistics provider Kuehne + Nagel Poland is now managing Michelin’s warehouse activities in Poland. This arrangement is the first new business under a global master agreement for contract logistics recently signed by the two companies.

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VMI breaks ground on Poland plant

VMI breaks ground on Poland plant

10th November 2016 | 0 Comments

VMI Group broke ground on its new manufacturing plant in Leszno, Poland on 2 November 2016. In the first phase, the company is building a 13,500 m2 facility on its 8 hectare plot of land with goal of extending the current manufacturing capabilities of the company. VMI Group now has entities in 8 countries on 5 continents.

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GM acknowledges quality at three Bridgestone plants

13th October 2016 | 0 Comments

Bridgestone’s Bethune, France; Burgos, Spain; and Poznań, Poland tyre manufacturing plants were honoured at the General Motors 2015 Supplier Quality Excellence Awards. The quality managers of the three plants accepted the awards at the ceremony held at GM Europe headquarters in Russelsheim, Germany on 16 September 2016.

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Eldan: Poland’s recycling industry ‘blooming’

25th August 2016 | 0 Comments

Steady economic growth and largescale investment in construction projects has opened up new opportunities for the recycling industry in Poland, according to recycling machinery firm Eldan. According to the company, inquiries to Eldan Recycling show that an increasing number of companies want a piece of the valuable recycling cake: “The past five years we have noticed a steady increase in requests from Poland” says Toni Reftman managing director at Eldan Recycling. “Within cable recycling we have noticed an increase in both quotes and orders for small and medium capacity systems, as well as for solutions for further recovery of fine copper from insulation. Also within tyre recycling we notice a trend in further improving the end-product. A further cleaned steel fraction with a density of up to 0.7 is very desirable with European steel works.”

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Starco signs exclusive supply deal with Poland’s SaMASZ

7th April 2016 | 0 Comments

Starco reports the signing of an exclusive agreement to provide complete wheel assemblies to Polish agricultural implement manufacturer, SaMASZ. This deal builds on Starco’s existing supply of rim and tyre assemblies for selected SaMASZ machines. The products supplied under the new agreement will be assembled by Starco at the company’s facility in Poland and delivered inflated and tested subject to the customer’s specifications for Just-in-Time delivery and integration on SaMASZ equipment.

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Uniwheels shares to join WSE small-cap index

17th September 2015 | 0 Comments

According to a Warsaw Stock Exchange Management Board resolution of 13 August 2015, shares in Uniwheels AG will be included in the sWIG80 index following the trading session of 18 September 2015 as a result of quarterly adjustment. The changes will become effective from 21 September 2015.

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