ZPU PRAWDA is the biggest sawmill in Poland, located in the Warmia-Masuria region (Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship) in the far north-east of the country. 30% of the region is covered by larch and birch that which have been intensively logged since ancient times and which are today protected by strict replanting programmes. The area is thus the perfect site for ZPU PRAWDA.
Founded in 1989, ZPU PRAWDA is a modern company from all perspectives, with optimised production processes to minimise the environmental impact and regenerate resources, as for example the two Biogas plants with which it is equipped, the largest of their kind in the region. The 3,000 square metre site occupied by the company hosts all the various production operations: from storage to seasoning, cutting and staining, design, assembly and, finally, shipment to the various European markets. ZPU PRAWDA has been a supplier (for the past 25 years) to two of the biggest furniture chains in Europe, and it also produces its own line of natural wood furniture.
Apart from fueling the Biogas plants, the processing scrap is used for the production of pellets and briquettes for heating, thus extending the company’s product offering. The company thus has extensive business activities that call for daily handling of huge volumes of materials, performed thanks to a fleet of 25 vehicles including, among the most reliable and cost-effective, an Agri Plus 40.7 VS and a very recently acquired Agri Max 65.8 VS EVO2, which was purchased in July of this year.
The PRAWDA technicians were favourably impressed by the new addition to the company’s fleet: tested in March (in a demo organised at the firm’s premises by the Polish Dieci dealership) and delivered in July 2017, the vehicle was immediately set to work in loading the company’s biogas plants. According to the technicians, the characteristics of precision, tractive effort, and speed are such that working times have been slashed by as much as 50%. That’s why the company is planning to purchase a further two models: an Agri Max 65.8 VS EVO2 and an Agri Plus 40.7 VS EVO2, both of which will be deployed alongside the existing vehicles.