Company

1982
Mr Józef together with his two sons, Edward and Zdzisław Rączka, set up a private business activity related to the regeneration of bus components.  

1985
The business launched by Rączka family expanded – three brothers, Henryk, Adam and Roman Gąsior, joined it, forming together an unofficial group of craftsmen.

1990
Zakład Mechaniki Pojazdowej Rączka & Gąsior Spółka Cywilna  (Rączka & Gąsior Car Repair Workshop Civil Partnership) was established.

1991

A first electronic ticket validating machine (KRG-1) for paper tickets along with a controller (SRG-1) were produced.

1995
Second company, called Zakłady Elektroniki i Mechaniki Precyzyjnej R&G Sp. z o.o. (Precision Electronics and Mechanics Plant “R&G” Limited Liability Company) was founded. It was a supported employment enterprise with almost half of the workforce consisting of disabled people.

1998
The first electronic ticket control system was deployed in Žilina (Slovakia).

A Quality Assurance System with regard to the manufacturing of professional electronics, particularly for public transport industry, as well as injection moulds and plastic moulded pieces, according to 9001 ISO standard was implemented.

2001
Zakład Mechaniki Pojazdowej Rączka & Gąsior Spółka Cywilna  (Rączka & Gąsior Car Repair Workshop Civil Partnership) was closed down.

2003
R&G PLUS Sp. z o.o. (Limited Liability Company) was set up. Its purpose was to take over sales activity and create new designs of equipment.

2007
The majority of shares in PZI TARAN Sp. z o.o. were acquired by the Owners of R&G PLUS.

2011
On the 19th of May 2011, Zakłady Elektroniki i Mechaniki Precyzyjnej R&G Sp. z o.o. (Precision Electronics and Mechanics Plant “R&G” Limited Liability Company) was converted into a joint-stock company.