Kautex Maschinenbau breaks ground on Bonn HQ expansion

Comments Email

Plastics machinery supplier Kautex Maschinenbau has broken ground on an expansion of its Bonn headquarters in a bid to “meet rising demands”, the company announced 20 Feb.

As part of Bonn’s modernisation and expansion plan, a new 5,000 square metre assembly hall is being built which will be mostly dedicated to assembling and testing KBB series packing machines and KSB series suction blow moulding machines.

Additionally, some 80 office workplaces are also being built at the site.

According to Kautex, “rising demand” for its recently developed, all-electric packaging machines and compact suction blow moulding machines prompted the expansion.

“As well as improving the long-term performance and efficiency of our machines, we want to make the same improvements to our production,” said Kautex CEO Olaf Weiland.

Meanwhile, earlier in January, Kautex announced plans to establish a Russian limited liability company in Moscow and spare parts warehouse in St Petersburg as part of its drive to grow.

This, it said, “will optimise the supply processes for the Russian market from spring 2017 and ensure that spare parts can be offered in the national currency.” 


Select from the list below to subscribe to customized Plastics News Europe e-mail news alerts. Check the options you wish to receive.