Circular Economy in metal sector – Living Lab in Poland

We kindly invite the metal industry entrepreneurs and all VET teachers and trainers to participate at Parallel Living Lab event in Poland.

About the event: 

The event will take the form of a Living Lab, an interactive training day that will be hosted in Poland and will provide an opportunity to delve into the tenets of the Circular Economy, enriching everyday professional decisions as green transformation becomes increasingly important in the metal sector.

This workshop day aims to spread examples of Circular Economy best practices in the metal sector, with a special focus on the welding technologies to support the process of structuring and adapting companies to the challenges of green transformation. 

The program includes a study tour of a modern agricultural machinery manufacturing company (SaMASZ sp. z o.o.), a case study and a workshop in which participants will be able to realize the opportunities and identify possible applications of the circular economy in their daily work process. The main objective of the meeting will be to creating a creative structure based on analysis pathways towards Sustainable Manufacturing – 5 STEPS.

Date: May 16th 2023, 9:00 AM – 3:45 PM

Location: Zabludow near Bialystok, Poland in SaMASZ Company, more information on website: 

Fee: The workshop is free and open to whoever may be interested in the topic, there is no fee.

Catering: Coffee breaks and lunch will be offered to all the participants with no fees applied.*

Transfer to Poland: You should fly to Poland for recommend airports: Warsaw Chopin Airport or Warsaw Modlin Airport. After that transfer to Bialystok directly from the airport by train or by bus.

Accomodation: Recommended postings at the Esperanto Hotel (65€/night for a single room with breakfast and 80€/night for a double room with breakfast).*

More information by e-mail:

* – The organizers will pay for one day’s meals and one night’s hotel accommodation for foreign participants.

Here you will find the invitation flyer (.pdf).