Adampol resumes SKD operations at its logistics centre in Malaszewicze

Jan 25, 2019   Supply Chain

Adampol S.A. has resumed its SKD (Semi Knock Down) projects at the Logistics Centre in Malaszewicze, Poland. This time the process involves the dismantling of cars of several major European Automobile Companies.

In 2018, the Polish logistics provider finalised several such projects, while this year the company is expected to implement further long-term projects of this type.


This year Adampol S.A. is going to continue with these types of activity as an extension of the achievements of 2018. 80 of the company’s employees are involved in the process of dismantling cars.


Adampol S.A. has been delivering SKD services at the Logistics Centre in Malaszewicze since 2012. The process involves the disassembly of ready vehicles into parts and subassemblies, packaging them in an appropriate manner and sending them to the country where they are to be assembled. 


That is where the assembly of ready subassemblies takes place using a technology that is comparable to that of the original production plant. All processes are carried out according to rigorous standards and quality criteria applied and required by the Customers.

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