In addition to the customers, the employees at NETZSCH Pumps & Systems will also benefit from the new building and the consolidation of the plant in Waldkraiburg. The first pump from the NETZSCH Campus was the starting signal for a promising future.
Jens Heidkötter: "Milestone in the history of NETZSCH"
Focussing on the customers, the project included the new building, consolidation, and the reconsideration and optimisation of all existing processes to further expand the global market leadership. "Today is a milestone in the history of NETZSCH Pumps & Systems. With the opening of the assembly on our new campus in Waldkraiburg, we are getting closer to our goal of operating the most efficient positive displacement pump factory in the world", said managing director Jens Heidkötter about the milestone. The new building should contribute to achieving the company's ambitious goals in the future.
Benchmark NETZSCH Campus in Waldkraiburg: How you benefit
„NETZSCH is setting new standards in terms of customer service, innovation, delivery performance, product quality, and contemporary employee orientation.“
The NETZSCH Campus is the result of the consolidation of three locations in Waldkraiburg. This led to optimising processes and logistics, from which you, as a customer, will benefit. "The merger of the three locations in Waldkraiburg into one giant, modern plant is associated with a customer- and product-oriented reorganisation and is thus a lighthouse project in the global pump industry. NETZSCH is setting new standards regarding customer service, innovation, delivery performance, product quality, and contemporary employee orientation”, says managing director Felix Kleinert. Because the energy supply is as climate-neutral as possible, the plant in Waldkraiburg is also a benchmark for the industry in terms of climate protection and sustainability.
This is the first pump assembled at the NETZSCH Campus
Almost exactly 60 years after the founding of the former Netzsch-Mohnopumpen GmbH, the delivery of the first pump from the NETZSCH Campus marks the beginning of a whole new era for the global specialist in complex fluid management. Over the past decades, more than 1,000,000 pumps have been produced by the company globally. How could it be otherwise? The first pump assembled at the NETZSCH Campus was a NEMO® progressing cavity pump, just like the first pump in 1962. In the environmental sector, it will extract sludge for Zander & Ingeström AB, our long-standing partner in Sweden. However, all other pump technologies belonging to the portfolio will also be assembled in the new assembly hall in the future.