A machine or a production line, just like a car, consists of thousands of different parts, therefore the development and commissioning of a project must be carefully planned and coordinated. Each project is a sequence of carefully planned activities and procedures developed based on years of experience.

The offer

The quotation

Before we can talk about the project, our quotation is the first step in the process of project development. This stage is very important to us, so we make every effort to put our ideas and assumptions on paper in the best possible way. We provide the client with a detailed description of the concept and all key costs in the project.

This approach gives a sense of certainty and security for both parties - after approval of the quotation, we are sure that we understand what has to be delivered and the client knows exactly what they will get and what costs need to be met.

Key stages of the offer preparation

  • inquiry (specification, drawings, models, arrangements with the client) - we collect input data
  • analysis of documentation and data received - we summarize all the information obtained
  • developing the concept of a solution - we are looking for optimal solutions
  • quotation preparation - we collect initial quotes and we calculate costs
  • preparation of the quotation - by creating a description and price summary, we strive to describe the project assumptions in the best clearest way
  • internal acceptance - brainstorming and internal review
  • the quotation - we present the result of our work to the client and answer questions
Key stages


Each quotation that turns into an order and thus becomes a project brings a lot of satisfaction and acts as an incentive for intensive work. For each project that we implement, a product manager is assigned - he will be the main contact person, responsible for project coordination and managing internal and external communication.

With some simplification, during the implementation of each project, four basic stages can be distinguished:

  • designing a 3D model
  • purchasing process
  • electrical and mechanical assembly
  • programming and testing

Projects and our capacity

Even if assuming that a given project is consumed by the entire team of constructors or automation engineers on a company-wide scale, we always work simultaneously on several projects at the same time, each of which is at a different stage of production. In practice, however, because the engineering and assembly departments are teams of several people, our efficiency allows us to work several projects at the same time.

The key stages of the project are always completed with acceptance, giving the client a detailed insight into progress.

Projects and our capacity
Project stages

Project stages

  • development of a 3D model
  • approval of the model internally and with the client
  • preparation of project documentation (BOM and drawings)
  • purchase of components and production of parts
  • mechanical and electrical assembly
  • programming, tests and initial commissioning
  • first acceptance and corrections
  • transport and commissioning at the customer's site
  • final acceptance at the target plant