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Fuchs expands production capacity

Klaus Detlev Huge, Mayor of Bad Schönborn; Axel Deck, business area manager, Freyler Indus-triebau; Dominik Vierkotten, vp, materials handling and lifting (Terex), and John L Garrison Jr, chairman and ceo (Terex)

Specialist material handling equipment manufacturer Fuchs has unveiled plans for a new production hall on its existing site in Bad Shonborn, Germany.

Fuchs says the extra manufacturing capacity will support the development of its product line and the global distribution of its machines.
‘This expansion reflects our commitment to meeting the evolving needs of our customers while positioning Fuchs for future growth,’ says Dominik Vierkotten, vp, material handling and lifting. ‘The state-of-the-art facility will enable us to maintain our high standards of product quality, innovation, and sustainability, while creating a positive impact in the community where we operate.’

Sustainability commitment

As well as increased production capacity, the hall offers streamlined processes and advanced technologies to maintain Fuchs’ position in delivering material handling solutions. Fuchs, part of the Terex group, says the new facility will also focus on energy efficiency and eco-friendly practices, integrating the latest technologies to reduce its carbon footprint and optimise resource utilisation.

‘By investing in this new production hall, Fuchs aims to better serve its customers by ensuring timely deliveries of high-quality material handling equipment while also creating new job opportunities within the local community,’ Vierkotten adds.

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