On March 28th, 1990 the engineering office Rücker Polska Sp. z o. o. was established in Warsaw as a branch of the German engineering corporation Rücker GmbH with its headquarters in Wiesbaden. The office was focused on automotive projects, particularly in the area of body design, development and engineering.more
The ‘90s was a period of strong development of the company on the local market, which resulted in the opening of new branches in 1998 in Poznan and a year later in Lublin.
On September 5th, 2014 the Rücker Polska Sp. z o. o. become EDAG Engineering Polska Sp. z o. o. as a result of the merger between EDAG GmbH & Co. KGaA and Rücker GmbH, establishing the Corporation EDAG Engineering GmbH with around 8.000 employees in 19 countries and is part of one of the largest independent engineering design and development partners of the automotive industry in the world.
Increasingly ambitious projects in the field of vehicle body engineering are currently being implemented at the headquarters of EDAG Engineering Polska Sp. z o.o. in Warsaw, at Zygmunta Słomińskiego 4, as well as branches in Poznań, Lublin and Kraków. Our team numbers almost 200 people and is constantly growing.
The Management Board of EDAG Engineering Polska Sp. z o. o. integrates the specifics and know-how of the EDAG group with the energy, technical experience and business knowledge of the Technical Director and CEO - Damian Portka.
Administrative issues have been managed for years by Beata Borowczyk-Oleksińska, Finance and Personnel Director and CFO.
Jan Gierej, the founder and long-standing President of Rücker Polska, supports the Management with his experience and market knowledge as an Advisor.
The most important for our company are qualified, motivated and committed employees who ensure the highest level of work performed, thus gaining lasting trust of customers. We spend a large part of our lives at work, which is why we care for each of us to enter the company every day willingly and with a smile on his face.
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