EU Projekte

The project is implemented in cooperation with 11 partners from 5 countries:Germany, Sweden, Slovenia, Lithuania, and Norway. The project coordinator is Norwegian Osterøy Manufacturing Industry Association. The main aim of the project is to exchange experience in CNC and robotics training, to improve the training process, and to boost cooperation between companies and training institutions. See http://www.rup.no/ for further information.

The project is implemented under Priority 1 ‘Research and Development (R&D) for Competitiveness and Growth of the Economy’ of the Operational Programme ‘Economic Growth’ for 2007–2013. Project operator: UAB ITMECHA, partner: UAB STEVILA. The main aim of the project is to analyse the impact of modern computer-aided performance imaging methods on the optimisation of customer relations, improvement of production and quality processes, and advancement in business performance.

The project is implemented in 2009 through 2011.

The project is implemented under Priority 2 ‘Increasing Business Productivity and Improving Environment for Business’ of the Operational Programme for Economic Growth 2007–2013. The project is funded from the EU Structural Funds and the state budget of the Republic of Lithuania. 
Under the project, the company is going to purchase new precision equipment, which will help to produce more innovative products, reduce production costs and waste volumes, and increase business productivity and competitiveness.

The project is implemented from 2008-12-01 to 2012-05-31.

The project is implemented under Priority 1 ‘Quality Employment and Social Inclusion’ of the Lithuanian Operational Programme for the Development of Human Resources 2007-2013. During the project implementation the administrative staff of the company will improve their professional qualifications in the fields of personnel, finance, and production management, while production staff will improve their knowledge in the fields of modern metal working and CNC programming.

Project duration: 3 years, from 2009-04-15 to 2012-04-14.

The project is completed. 11 partners engaged in metalworking took part in the Leonardo da Vinci mobility project: 4 Lithuanian, 5 German and 2 Swedish companies. Project operator: Lithuanian and German UAB STEVILA. Lithuanian partners UAB ITMECHA, UAB Formosa CNC, and UAB CNC SERVISAS. 

The project is completed. During the project, the company updated its production planning system, purchased a CNC milling/turning programming system CosCom, and introduced and certified its Quality Management System according to LST EN ISO 9001:2001.

Project implementation period: from 2002.10.01 to 2003.09.01.