Manufacturing Industries - events
How to pay less for energy, is it even possible?
More information is available in Polish
Start date: 2019-09-12 Venue: Podkarpacki Park Naukowo-Technologiczny Aeropolis, Budynek IT1, Jasionka 954A, 36-002 Jasionka Time: 09:30
Challenges for Employers in the face of employee market changes
British Polish Chamber of Commerce in cooperation with CeDo has a pleasure of inviting you to a production group & HR meeting.
Start date: 2017-02-14 Venue: CeDo, ul. Nowowiejska 32, Kąty Wrocławskie Time: 10:00
British-Polish Manufacturing Industries Network
This event brings together Polish and UK manufacturers to showcase the mutual benefits of cooperation. We will be looking at Poland from several angles – as a market for manufactured goods; as a source for manufactured goods/subcomponents; as a source of skilled labour; as a joint-venture partner for EU-funded R&D projects in advanced manufacturing, and finally Poland’s potential for greenfield investment.
Start date: 2016-02-17 Venue: Hotel du Vin, 25 Church St, Birmingham B3 2NR Time: 09:30
Is Poland's manufacturing industry facing a skills shortage?
This event will serve as a platform for manufacturing businesses from all sectors to discuss the issue of skills and vocational training. Like the UK, Poland has identified the potential lack of craft and technical skills as a potential barrier to manufacturing.
Start date: 2015-11-18 Venue: Puławski Park Naukowo Technologiczny, ul. Mościckiego 1, 24-110 Puławy Time: 09:30
Manufacturing Industries - event coverages
Optimising Energy Costs in Aerospace Manufacturing
The BPCC’s Manufacturing Industries group met in Rzeszów again to discuss one of the most pressing issues facing manufacturers – the dramatic rise in energy prices, and what to do about them.
Improving production processes in automotive sector
On October 31, 2018 a meeting of the BPCC manufacturing policy group took place at the headquarters of Polaris, the largest producer of quads and motorbikes in Opole.
Managing HR in manufacturing in an era of decreasing labour supply
The BPCC held a meeting of its Manufacturing Industries group at the premises of CeDo in Kąty Wrocławskie, 30km from the Lower Silesian capital, on 14 February 2017. The subject was the recruitment and retention of factory employees, something that local employers are finding increasingly difficult as unemployment in Poland falls to record low levels.
Will Polish manufacturers be able to find suitably qualified employees in the future?
This was the question posed at the second meeting of the BPCC’s Manufacturing Industries Group, held at the Puławy Science and Technology Park (PPNT) on 18 November. It was jointly organised with Grupa Azoty Zakłady Azotowe S.A. and PPNT.
BPCC launches Manufacturing Group
A new group for BPCC members concerned with manufacturing was launched on 19 May at the factory of GKN Driveline in Oleśnica, near Wrocław.