Brückner, a manufacturer of dry finishing machines for textiles and technical textiles, recently opened its new production facility in Tittmoning, Bavaria. Regina Brückner inaugurated the new plant, together with Dr. Peter Ramsauer, former German minister of transport, a recent article in Knitting Industry reported.
“Our old factory simply became too small. Increased incoming orders and ever-increasing demands on machine sizes and delivery dates were the reason for planning a new plant in 2014. We were not able to start construction until November 2016, as many hurdles in the approval process and with regard to nature conservation had to be overcome in advance,” Regina Brückner said in her speech at the opening event.
The new plant has 25,000 square meters of production space and an office wing. “The possibility of producing components with a height of up to 12 meters and a working width of up to 8.8 meters offers us great potential for the future. Our employees are also pleased about the new, more spacious workplaces, more effective logistics and more powerful lifting gear,” Brückner said.
The plant also includes modern CNC machine tools, new automated powder coating and wet coating systems and additional welding robots.
Dr. Ramsauer noted the company’s commitments to “made in Germany” and to the plant’s sustainable and environmentally friendly implementation.