Grand opening

New structure for Biesse Deutschland

Technology - Wednesday, 30 October 2019

The brand new Ulm Campus near Nersingen has been inaugurated by Biesse Group with a grand opening ceremony from October 24 to 26. The CNC machine manufacturer will exhibit in-house technologies and partners’ machines, over approximately 1,500 square metres.

 

Biesse Deutschland

Biesse Deutschland is part of the internationally active Biesse Group and has grown continually since its foundation in 1997. The CNC machine manufacturer, which was only present in southern Germany in its early years of business, opened another branch in Löhne (North Rhine-Westphalia) in 2001 and has been active throughout Germany since then. The integration of Intermac Germany and Diamut Germany in 2002 are further milestones in the history of Biesse Deutschland. The new location in the Bavarian town of Nersingen stands out for its location, which is ideal in terms of infrastructure, precisely where the Autobahn 7 meets the Bundesstraße 10. The new company headquarters was built on the 6,000 square metre site, which the company calls the "Ulm Campus" due to its diverse educational, training and exhibition facilities.

 

The new showroom

The company invested more than 5 million euros in the construction of the new showroom. Product demonstrations, training courses and various events will take place there throughout the year. The Ulm Campus is home to the latest machinery and technologies for processing wood, plastic, glass and stone. There are also two new meeting rooms, a training room and a software room where business partners and industrial staff can hold workshops and training sessions. Sophia, Biesse's innovative IoT platform, will be presented. It enables Biesse customers to connect their machines directly to Biesse's remote maintenance service via an Internet connection.

 

"Today we not only want to celebrate the opening of a new building, but also create the basis for a successful future. With the construction of the new exhibition and our modern education and training facilities, we are laying the foundation for new successes, from which our customers will also benefit. There is a demand for well-trained employees and they are the prerequisite for the professional and successful use of our technologies," explains Jacek Pigorsch, Biesse Deutschland Managing Director.


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