Wherever coal, bronze or copper is produced, we can notice equipment with the words “Made in Poland”. Polish mining machinery producers have a position all over the globe, but that does not necessarily imply that the world is accessible for them.
Competition in this market is enormous, and opponents often exceed Polish companies by extent, financial assets and technical circumstances.
Over 100 years of experience and advanced engineering practice permitted Polish mining equipment manufacturers to evolve high-performance and trustworthy machinery, allowing to conclude the most complex mining and energy tasks. In Poland are created longwall, subterranean and surface transportation systems, open-pit mining supplies as well as machinery for mass transportation and bulk material managing. Nowadays, over 200 suppliers of machinery, equipment and services cooperate with the Polish mining sector, of which about 40 are manufacturers of specialized machinery. The problem on the Polish excavating equipment market is not the lack of requests, but strong competition. Finally, there is an absence of government assistance for contribution in the mining sector and leaving them alone in acquiring foreign assignments. In accordance with the International Energy Agency (IEA), the nations with the highest excavating potential are Russia, China and Ukraine. It is in these countries that the largest rise in investment is to be likely in terms of elevated profit and productivity.
In accordance with specialists at the IEA, at least until 2030, coal will be the principal raw material for electricity production. With that said, it is definitely worth fighting for.