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KraussMaffei subsidiary builds new plant in Europe

Source:Plastics News Asia

Date Published:9/9/2019 04:09:09 PM

Burgsmüller GmbH builds a new plant in Einbeck to produce wear parts for plastics processing machinery.
Burgsmüller GmbH, a subsidiary of the KraussMaffei Group, confirms its strong commitment to Lower Saxony by building a new metalworking plant in Einbeck, not far from its current location in Kreiensen.
 
In mid-April 2019, the company signed a lease agreement with VGP – a leading project developer for commercial real estate – thus kicking off the construction of a factory and office complex with roughly 7,200 sqm of floor space. Relocation of Burgsmüller’s production site from Kreiensen to Einbeck is scheduled to start in the second quarter of 2020. The new site with a plot area of ​​approx. 20,000 sqm will offer state-of-the-art production and office spaces for up to 125 employees.
 
Burgsmüller GmbH
 
The new location of Burgsmüller GmbH in Einbeck will be the most modern manufacturing site in Europe. It will focus on the internationally competitive production of wear parts for plastics processing machinery. The planned production site will be built to the most demanding technical standards based on an energy-efficient concept, offering tailor-made solutions for the long-established company. 
 
Burgsmüller will align its production facilities in the new plant with Industry 4.0. standards. The Einbeck site will be designed as SmartFactory with consistently networked production and data processing in real time, visualized processes and extensive data analysis. In addition, the production efficiency will be sustainably increased by the use of state-of-the-art machine tools and the lead time for the production of components will be substantially reduced.
 

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