BWP Skórkiewicz is
experience in the manufacturing industry
involved in your project
that make boating more enjoyable
What are we aiming for?
What makes us outstanding among other hardware manufacturers is the plug and molds production department. This enables to prototype and validate components already at the plug production stage. We also offer production for small GRP parts.
What do we want to achieve?
BWP expands its activities with more complex and developmental projects. Presently, we enlarge our door and windshields department thru opening the plexi production unit.
How do we do it?
Our sales team and the technicans provide a client with support and advice on every stage of project. The engineers analyze 2D & 3D models. They prepare own sub-drawings and BOM for valuation and technology for production.
Why should you be employed by BWP?
Nice and calm working atmosphere. Communication open to the exchange of information and mutual support within the team.
A fixed salary based on an employment contract and adequate to experience.
Working conditions give a sense of comfort and are conducive to the performance of tasks and duties.
Comprehensive equipment for the workplace
We provide materials and tools for work. Comprehensive equipment for social rooms.
Professional development through participation in on-the-job training under the supervision of experienced staff. External trainings in new production technologies.
Listening to needs
We are open to talks and oriented towards the right approach to our employees. A sense of security and stability is crucial.
The BWP is all about quality
Our main domain is stainless steel, acid-proof steel and aluminum parts production for marine industry which are characterized by exceptional durability and long life cycle. We owe our success to high quality of products achieved through the constant development, investment in new technologies and professional machines.
Working with BWP in 5 steps
Send us the technical specification of your project.
We send you a preliminary quote.
Making the first model of your product.
Checking the product on the boat, and then accepting the start of serial production.
Adjusting the execution time to your production schedule.