History of the company

Timeline, 2016

  The original company Ing. Ivan Jebavý – Vibrom was founded in 1993 and dealt with the construction of vibrating mills, which gave the company its name. In 1995, the production of textile guides from ceramic powders was taken over by hot casting. The production of these ceramic guides gradually increased until they became the main content of the company's production program. In 2003, the company was transformed into Vibrom s.r.o.. All the company's equipment was gradually moved from the old premises to the current location - the partially reconstructed “Stará Kotelna” in Orlická Street in Třebechovice. At this time, the first injection press Arburg 270 U 250-70 was also purchased, on which textile guides were (and still are) produced using CIM technology.

  In 2012, first tests of producing parts using MIM technology began. In the summer of 2014, a new production hall for this technology was officially opened with Arburg injection units, sintering and debinding furnaces and a certified quality control workplace. In 2018, a share was transferred to the trading company CZG VIB s.r.o., which is part of the Colt CZ Group. This merger contributed to the growth of the company into a medium-sized enterprise. At the end of 2022, a new production hall in Jeníkovice was put into operation, which contributed to a significant increase in production capacity.

 The company adheres to the production management principles of the ČSN ISO 9001: 2016 standard. The company's long-term strategy therefore corresponds to both the company's Quality Objectives and the Quality Policy. The basic points of the Quality Policy include: Flexibility and focus on customer requirements, emphasis on quality control, continuous training of employees, improvement of production processes and modernization of production technologies, creation of a pleasant and attractive working environment and fulfillment of legal and other formal requirements.