Traditional Czech company
in the field of medical technology

180
employees
12000000
EUR turnover
23000
deliver items per year
70
we deliver to countries in the world

PROMA REHA is a traditional manufacturer of medical and nursing beds. The company, with an annual turnover of hundreds of millions of crowns, is reaping success all over the world. The family business, which is a major employer in a remote region near the Czech-Polish border, exports to many countries. The family company supplies products worldwide. E.g. to Scandinavia, Eastern Europe (especially Russia), North Africa and the Middle East. Behind this success is hard work, quality products and professional service.

Nevertheless, the priority for the family society is the domestic market, in which it has been operating since 1990. During that time, PROMA REHA, which was the first in post-communist countries to produce fully electrically adjustable beds, has gone through an economic crisis and other pitfalls. But the Jakubský family never gave up. In addition, the owners tried to keep moving the company forward. In recent years, it has dynamically grown into a stable, strong and technically and professionally advanced company. Thanks to this, today their products are among the world's best.

From the very beginning, he tries to keep up with the times. At present, almost 10% of employees work in research and development. Innovation and the development of technological innovations that provide comfort to both patients and medical staff are, in short, always green in the company. That is why the company invests in technology, equipment, but also in its development. That is why the team of developers tries to work, among other things, on special applications for clients, but also on designing effective communication tools with them.

The company is based on relationships with clients, both existing and new. It invests in modern communication technologies and is looking for a way to them despite a global pandemic. The main reason is the much-needed feedback, which is important for society. The goal is also to involve clients in the development of new products, which should be drawn exactly according to their ideas. Our customer, our master!

ISO certification
ISO certification
Estabilished brand
Estabilished brand
Manufacturing plant
Manufacturing plant
Strong position
Strong position
Family business
Family business
Patents protection
Patents protection

Company history

1990
Establishment of the company, the first walker U-1
1991
The first electrically adjustable bed in post-communist Europe
1994
Certification of beds in SZÚ(State Health Institute) Brno, first in Czech republic
2008
Certification and registration of products for export to the Middle East, delivery to the UAE
2010
Company of the Year - 3rd place plus certification of products for export to Russia
2011
Delivered 1000 beds to Iraq
2012
Beginning of the product line of new bariatric products, start of cooperation with Czech Technical University in Prague
2014
Award in the Visionaries 2014 project for the TITAN bariatric bed, product certification to Australia
2016
1st place in the Territory Exporter category in the DHL UniCredit Export Award competition
2018
Award in the Visionaries 2018 project for the use of RFID chips in the hospital bed hygiene management system
2020
Contract for SSHR, contract to Hungary for 60 million crowns, takeover of the company by the son of the founder Radek Jakubský

The history of the birth of the bed

Receipt of the order.
Ordering, storage and identification of the material.
Material removal and cutting according to the relevant documentation.
The material that has been cut is then transferred to individual workplaces where it is further shaped by individual operators. Jacks, tubes, webs and logs are drilled, milled, bent and turned.
The material processed in this way is ready for transport to the welding shop department, where the individual parts are welded exactly according to the given procedure. The parts are welded by hand in special jigs or by robotic welding in large production runs.
After welding, the individual parts resemble the parts of the beds that need to be cleaned and roughly prepared for the painting process.
The material is transported to the paint shop department, where it is placed in a sandblasting machine. This device will make the final preparation for the painting process. The abrasive in the sandblasting box unifies and degreases the surface so that the varnish adheres properly to the material.
The individual parts are hung on a so-called endless conveyor and thanks to the electrostatic charge, an even application is ensured. The sprayed parts pass through an oven which fires the powder coating at 150 to 180 ° C. This method is environmentally friendly due to the absence of all solvents and due to the recycling of paint, almost zero waste is generated.
The painted parts are hung at the end of the conveyor, placed on individual pallets and laid out to prevent damage to the spray.
At this point, the pallets with painted parts are moved to the assembly lines exactly according to the type of product. Every assembly worker specializes in their portfolio. Assembly lines are divided so that production is as efficient as possible. The first team of people assembles the upper frame of the bed, the second team assembles the lower frame so that they meet and connect at the right moment. The third team will hang additional parts on the bed, such as sides, fronts and accessories.
The products released by the assembly worker are forwarded to the exit inspection, which must be passed through each manufactured bed. One hundred percent output control ensures that products always reach the customer in perfect order. Each function is checked on the bed, exactly according to the customer's configuration.
The checked and released beds will be taken over by the dispatch department, where they will be prepared for transport to the customer so that nothing happens to the products during the trip. The products are packaged according to where and how they are transported. They can leave the production plant in cardboard boxes, wooden boxes and are sealed in plastic bags during sea transport. This ensures that the customer always receives undamaged goods ready for use.