EU Subsidies


For years, our company has been effectively using development opportunities related to European Union funds. We have benefited from both pre-accession funds (PHARE) as well as support provided under the Structural Funds, national programmes and the regional programme. We received financial support for, among others, the implementation of our Quality Management System, ISO certification, equipping workstations with computer equipment and state-of-the-art design software, purchasing modern tools for the marketing department and organizing foreign trade fairs and exhibition events.

Thanks to EU subsidies, we have unified the design of the devices we manufacture and developed a new visual identification system, in accordance with the best practices of industrial design. We have also introduced new products in the field of intelligent in-house transport systems. All these innovative solutions are widely used in our robotic palletizing and bulk packaging lines and thus contribute to the competitive position of our company.

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we are pursuing our ambitious development strategy. The subsidies we have received allowed us to introduce innovative solutions and increase our market competitiveness. They also helped us achieve the leading position in the field of robotization of bulk packaging and palletizing systems.

In 2020, we became the beneficiary of Measure 1.5 Subsidies for working capital of the Operational Programme Eastern Poland 2014-2020, project No. POPW 01.05.00 -06-0058/20 entitled: Subsidy for working capital for Wikpol Spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością.
Project value: PLN 254 640.39
Value of co-financing: PLN 254 640.39
In 2017, we joined another project co-financed by the EU in connection with Measure 3.7.
Increase in SME competitiveness as part of the ROP LV for the years 2014-2020. This project was entitled: Increasing the competitiveness of the company by introducing new products in the form of intelligent in-house transport systems. Its aim was to increase the company's competitiveness as a consequence of the use of an innovative solution in automated production lines, i.e. intelligent in-house transport systems. The addition of new products to our offer had a positive impact on the level of employment and the company's revenues.
Project value: PLN 7 825 683.57
Contribution from EU funds: PLN 2 999 518.00
W 2020 r. zakończona została rzeczowa realizacja projektu..
In 2016, we started the implementation of another project related to EU funds. Measure 1.4 The Competition Pattern is a two-stage programme aimed at strengthening the competitiveness of SMEs by increasing their design management capacity.
The first phase of the project consisted in conducting a design audit of the company. The design strategy formulated in the result of this audit enabled us to take a holistic view of the problem and prepare an action plan covering many areas of the company's operation.
As part of the second stage, we implemented the assumptions regarding the unification of the design of our products and the development of a coherent visual identification system.
The long-term objective of the undertaken activities was to improve the quality and strengthen the recognition of our offer on the market, and as a result to strengthen the position and competitiveness of the company.
2014 was the year of the subsidy intended for the implementation of the export development plan under Measure 6.1 Passport to export.
In 2013, we received co-funding for the expansion of the manufacturing centre for robot grippers.
In 2011, thanks to support from EU funds, we built a manufacturing centre for robot grippers. The centre is equipped, among others, with the latest 3D design software and mechanical processing devices. The manufacturing centre enables the rapid design, prototyping and production of technically advanced grippers for industrial robots.
In 2009, we obtained a grant for the creation of a research and development laboratory to conduct research in the field of industrial robotics. In this laboratory, we are able to test the correctness of the technical solutions applied by us and test the constructed structures, thus minimizing the likelihood of possible problems during the commissioning of our lines at the Customer. The laboratory is equipped with three FANUC Robotics robots: 4-axis type M410iB robot, 6-axis type R2000iB and 6-axis type M10iA with advanced 2D vision system.