New quarters for INCOE®

  • 24.06.2013
New quarters for INCOE®

For INCOE® International Europe, of Rödermark, Germany, the cornerstone laying on June 12, 2013, marks the beginning of the Company’s move into facilities of its own. TFor INCOE®, the project is a decisive step toward optimising efficiencies for customers across all its processes.

The new complex consists of two adjoining tracts. The site totaling over 14 400 m2 (150,000 square feet) also offers ample parking. There will be nearly 5200 m2 (56,000 square feet) of space for administrative offices and for production available in the foreseeable future, with the option of expansion later on.

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Computer rendering of the new INCOE® International Europe plant in Rödermark, planned to the very latest standards, showing the L-shaped office building and adjoining production hall; total area approx. 5200 m2 (56,000 square feet).

Gramatzki sums up the benefit to the Company, and ultimately to suppliers and customers: “Everything is finally under a single roof.” The new facility is the logical outcome of staff and business trends of recent years, as INCOE® has grown and become more of a key player in Europe. As the in-house coordinator for the construction project, INCOE® Manager Dirk Schubert, explains, the decisive factors for managers and the owner family in the US involved more than just the added space. Along with modern energy concepts and important refinements such as an air-conditioned quality control laboratory, the main thrust is on the new production lines set up according to lean-management principles. That is why the facility includes administrative offices. Efficient products should be produced efficiently, and in this respect the new plant represents a major step forward.


Contact INCOE® International Europe:

Gunnar Gramatzki

General Manager

T: +49 (0)6074 8907-0

E: gunnar.gramatzki@incoe.de

Reinhard Kabus

Marketing Manager

T.:+49 (0)6204-9112922

E.: reinhard.kabus@incoe.de

  • autor:
  • Jaroslav Staněk


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