Koczy – over 30 year's experience

Koczy was established by Józef Koczy in 1974. At the beginning, it was a carpenter and patternmaker workshop where various casting patterns were made by the owner and his workers.

With the dawn of the 1980s, Józef Koczy commenced cooperation with customers from the Western Europe. Antler plaques took the place of patterns. In the difficult times for any exporter, when the Berlin Wall was dividing Europe, Józef Koczy successfully pursued a permission for individual export to countries in the Western monetary zone and was then personally delivering his products to customers in the West. With time, plaque output was gradually increasing. The workshop expanded and was readjusted to manufacture this scope of products.

In 1988, it was moved from Sośnicowice to Sierakowice due to spacial limitations. In the meantime, Józef Koczy become interested in manufacturing mini-pallets and file boxes through his colleagues abroad. The demand for these articles surpassed his expectations and large-scale production commenced.

The introduction of the euro in 1999, strengthening Polish złoty and heavy dependence of our profit on the EUR/PLN exchange ratio forced us to diversify our offer and range of customers. Our machinery, experience and qualifications of our workers allowed us to find customers in the lighting industry whom we supply with wooden elements of lamps. We have commenced production of picture frames and provided milling services for our regular customers using our machining centres. Construction and finishing industry products have been of ever increasing importance for us; especially round handrails and trowel handles.

By modernising our technology and solutions, we have enhanced the quality of our products and reduced costs of manufacturing. This has allowed us to maintain stable employment level and increase profitability.

Even though today, we offer a wide range of diversified products, our core business is still hunting accessories and trophy plaques. We are continuously improving our production in this area to keep up with the competition and even be one step ahead.