Posted on: 31 March 2016 By: TeamEuropages

Testimonials of Europages customers

Consiglio International is a high class manufacturer of metal products and components working as a subcontractor, with 2 factories operating in the western Poland. An overview of how they develop in Europe capitalizing on their skills, the quality of their final products and on the internet.

Consiglio produce products from sheet steel, chrome nickel, inox, aluminium, metal tubes and profiles. Its factory in Klecko (14,500 sq ms) concentrates on the manufacture of products and components for various branches of industry: casings for electrical and electrotechnical appliances, housings to ovens, parts and components to the automotive industry (seats, bottom and wall panels, chassis parts to cars, vans, buses). Additional scope is production of parts to machines for the wood processing industry like choppers, machines for the food–processing industry and others.

The activity of the Consiglio Komorniki factory is focused on production of metal furniture, beds, trolleys, safes, post boxes. There are fabricated eg. frames to beds and sofas, bunk beds, trolleys to restaurants, canteens, platform trolleys, drawer units. Considerable part of its production is shop furniture – so a wide range of display units, gondolas, shelving systems to supermarkets and shops.

Consiglio International founded in 1989, after collapse of communism, began its activity with a small workshop with just few machines. Now, it has 2 large factories, equipped with a very modern machine park including such machines like Trumpf punching and laser machines for sheet steel, Fiber Combo laser for cutting tubes and profiles, Amada bending machines, Salvagnini bending machines, Panasonic welding robots, Nordson/Newpac powder coating line. “Consiglio Consiglio ISO certifiedconstantly has worked on raising a level of quality of the final products. The result of these measures taken in last years was implementation of the ISO TS16949 procedure and finally we got this certificate last year. Thus we can meet requirements of the most demanding companies from such branches as the automotive industry.” says  Mr Maciej Odzimek – an owner and the CIO of Consiglio.

Expansion in the European market

Consiglio International started cooperation with foreign companies in 1991 from a small contract for a  well known Scandinavian company AJ PRODUKTER AB. “Throughout 25 years since that moment we have gained step by step notable customers not only in the Scandinavian market – Finland, Denmark, Sweden, Norway but all over Europe – in France, the UK, Switzerland, Germany, the Netherlands and also in the USA.”

The company capitalize on well educated staff. “We have well trained operators of CNC machines, experienced welders but also highly qualified engineers – graduates from our Poznan University of Technology. They often support our clients how to produce products in a better and more effective way. Our technical and engineering staff often supports our clients with technical know-how and expertise in development of new serias of products.” Consiglio sees its  biggest growth in the IT industry – production of enclosures and components to IT stations, to data centers, servers, to consumer electronic equipment and also rapidly growing sector of vending machines.

Consiglio business and the web

“In our opinion Internet nowdays is the excellent way of B2B communication. Companies looking for subcontractors can find in an easy way new suppliers and vice versa Consiglio can find new clients by marketing in the web, searching in portals like Europages”. “Our campaign on Europages helped us to reach customers in France and the UK. We have received some interesting inquiries through Europages.”

“Consiglio intends to further expand in the European market – says  Mr Odzimek – as we want to share our knowledge gained in metal processing over 26 years of our activity with our customers and offer them first class products and components”.

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