Wherever charcoal, bronze or copper is generated, we can identify gear with the words “Made in Poland”. Polish excavating equipment producers have a reputation all over the globe, but that does not Automatically mean that the world is accessible for them.
Competition in this sector is large, and opponents often surpass Polish companies by size, capital and scientific circumstances.
More than 100 years of practice and advanced engineering practice allowed Polish mining equipment manufacturers to evolve high-performance and solid machinery, enabling to carry out the most complicated mining and energy projects. In Poland are created longwall, underground and aboveground transport systems, open-pit excavating supplies as well as machinery for mass transportation and bulk material managing. At present, more than 200 suppliers of machines, equipment and services work with the Polish excavating sector, of which more or less 40 are manufacturers of specific machinery. The problem on the Polish mining machinery market is not the lack of purchases, but powerful rivalry. Last but not least, there is an absence of government help for investment in the excavating sector and leaving them alone in gaining foreign arrangements. As reported by the International Energy Agency (IEA), the states with the highest mining capacity are Russia, China and Ukraine. It happens to be in these states that the major increase in financing is to be expected in terms of incremented output and efficiency.
As reported by experts at the IEA, at least until 2030, coal will be the dominant raw material for electricity generation. So, it is certainly worth fighting for.