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METAL–CARO–PLAST Limited Liability Company was established in  1997 and made its aim to continue production and service activity, that was run in Stamping and Tool–Shop  Department of bankrupt POM (State Centre of Agricultural Machines).

We took orders over for manufactured products, suppliers and customers chain  as well as most of employees from former  POM. Our company was at that time  nearly manufacturer of parts and subasssemblies for automotive industry only, mainly for current production  for DAEWOO–FSO and its subsidiaries as well as for spare parts for chain of automotive wholesale companies throughout the country. We manufactured also parts and subassemblies for golf cars.

In 2000 we executed the first orders for parts and welded subassemblies for maize (corn) headers for New Holland Bizon company from P³ock a world known manufacturer of combine harvesters.

From 2001 customer chain of manufactured products was completely reconstructed.  On the one hand in the absence of orders for parts for Polonez the number of parts and subassemblies for DAEWOO–FSO decreased considerably, radically to parts for Lanos. On the other followed a progressive increase in number of parts and subassemblies for Case New Holland Polska company (former New Holland Bizon).

At present we manufacture about 750 parts and 120 subassemblies for agricultural machines: combine harvesters, maize (corn) headers and ram balers. The products are die sheared, punched, stamped and bent parts made on presses, turned parts and also welded and spot welded subassemblies.

In 2002–2003  we executed also large orders for pipe flanges.

We run as well service activity in range of turning, milling and grinding works, cutting of sheet metal on hydraulic shears, bending on folding presses, die shearing

and bending on presses, heat and thermochemical treatment, and also welded constructions (umbrella roofs).

Since 2004  we are in possession of  TÜV NORD certificate  for the Quality Management System according to  ISO 9001 standard.