SPK PROJECTS

PROJECTS IN PROGRESS (2020 – 2023)

REGIOPLAST - 2030 - 02/2020 – 07/2021

regioplast projekt

REGIOPLAST 2030 - „Increasing the employability of pupils in border regions in the plastics processing sector in accordance with the requirements of automation, robotics and circular economy rules.“ ITMS2014+:304011U970

The project was focused on the exchange of experience in the recruitment of primary school pupils for plastics study departments, on the education of teachers of new study and teaching fields in the field of plastic converters industry, and the exchange of experience between teachers from the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic. The project included the preparation of an electronic handbook for teachers and creating a promo video and promotional materials aimed at supporting the plastics industry in the Slovak Republic and the Czech Republic. Of the five schools included in the experimental verification, schools from the Trenčín and Žilina regions could participate in the implementation of the project.

More about the project: https://regioplast.spklaster.sk/index.php/uvod2

EXTRATEX - 02/2020 - 02/2022 – EXTENDED TO 11/2022

COS-CLUSTER-2018-03-02- Extratex - European TEXtile-TRAnsport-Sustainability paradigm for industrial clusters EXcellence in cross-sector innovation

The aim of the project is to increase the level of excellence of the partnership through strategic plans and joint strategies; In particular, EXTRATEX will bring together clusters in various industries with a high probability of cooperation in the field of technological innovation and technology transfer, mainly focusing on textile, transport, and sustainable materials. The project will support innovation capacities, business models, levels of knowledge and skills, and other key competitive factors that will determine future business opportunities for the European industry actors.

More about the project: https://extratex.euvri.eu/home.aspx?lan=230&tab=3163&itm=3163&pag=3164

PERCY - 09/2020 - 08/2022 – EXTENDED TO 02/2023

COS-CLUSINT-2019-3-01 - Percy - International Cluster Cooporation for Recycling of Polymers

The aim of the project is cluster cooperation in polymer recycling. "PERCY" is an acronym for the European project of a consortium of four European clusters in the polymer industry. Collaborating clusters are located in Denmark, France, Germany, and Slovakia. With this project, the clusters focus on identifying new target markets for their member companies and supporting them in this process. The clusters forming the PERCY consortium have predefined several markets. In doing so, they identified five countries that represent an interesting goal of their internationalization strategy and the interests of members. These markets are Israel, the USA, Canada, Indonesia, and India.


More about the project: https://percy.spklaster.sk/

EPIC - 10/2020 - 09/2022

EPIC - Educational Package for SMEs to Increase their Innovation capabilities and productivity

Project number:2020-1-HU01-K202-078669

The main goal is to increase the employee efficiency of small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) involved in innovation management. To meet this goal, the EPIC partnership plans to develop a comprehensive training package based on the IMS (Innovation Management System) standard for middle, top, and innovation managers and employees involved in innovative projects and SME processes. Through training, the management will be able to manage the innovation system more effectively, and will also help them in the implementation of innovation projects.
More about the project: https://epic-project.net/en/home/

InCluNet - 04/2021 – 09/2023

InCluNet - Support for networking of organizations in the plastic converters industry and related industries ITMS2014+: 313012ANZ6

The InCluNet project is prepared in accordance with the areas of development, priorities, and goals set out in the SPK Strategy until 2025. It was created on the basis of a survey of SPK members, an analysis of strategic documents valid in the Slovak Republic, and an analysis of documents at the EU level. The project activities take into account the fulfillment of key areas, which were defined in the "Benchmarking Report" Bronze Label, as those that SPK should address more efficiently or on a larger scale. The project activities are based on services for SPK members with a focus on: various forms of networking, support for applied research, improving the quality of human resources, promoting the activities of the cluster and the plastics processing industry, and developing business in the sector. The main goal is to strengthen research, technological development, and innovation and to increase the competitiveness of small and medium-sized enterprises.


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