Manufacturing firm Sulzer has begun the expansion of the Bechhofen-based GEKA site so as to form the assembly chain a lot more‘agile and versatile.’
The company is functioning on a 10,000 square meter extension that is ready for completion by the end of 2020. The extension can house production facilities for lacquering and metalizing, screen printing; supplying and assembly are the investments within the latest automation solutions.
In a bid to reinforce GEKA’s market presence within the prestige sector, the corporate will house new workplace positions. Going forward, injection molding, injection blow molding similar assembly technologies can all be applied on-site to make an economical producing method.
GEKA Germany Managing Director Bernd Wagner mentioned, “By promoting the insourcing of further core competencies underneath one roof, we are going to consolidate the strengths of our German sites, whereas conjointly facultative American nation to expand our material and method flows. Within the method, we are going to increase our integration and be ready to act quicker within the market.
“The enlargement can build it a lot easier to realize the needs of fine producing following manufacturing, management and supplying of cosmetic products”
Florent Lafond, chief executive officer of GEKA, continued: “Such an investment is essential for Geka and because of the support of our parent company Sulzer, we have the support of our customers, giving them up to date technologies and services.”
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