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Ensinger expands production, logistics facilities for growth

BERLIN, May 20, 2018

Ensinger, a leading international plastics processor company, has invested in extending its production and logistics facilities at its German site in Cham, which was put into operation 10 years ago.

The new building plans are the second construction project in the branch factory. The costs for the new buildings and all infrastructure measures will amount to around €40 million ($47.16 million) in total, said a statement.

Miebach Consulting supported Ensinger’s expansion project by designing the site masterplan as well as the material flow processes and assisted Ensinger in tendering and awarding the material handling equipment, it said.

Furthermore, Miebach conducted in the beginning of the project an as-is analysis and developed the future scenario for the site, including a detailed analysis of the development in different product segments, it added.

In logistics an improved space utilisation by approximately 30 per cent in the next 10 years is expected and crucial for further growth in manufacturing, said a statement.

Dr Frank Hohenstein, project manager, Miebach, said: “With the enhanced manufacturing and highly centralised logistics processes, Ensinger strengthens their manufacturing location in Cham, increases the efficiency of their logistics processes and floor space and develops a great growth perspective while having limited space available.”

Andreas Alsfasser, technical director at Ensinger, is coordinating the construction projects. Based on current plans, the final work at the site should be completed by summer 2019.

Alsfasser said: “All divisions at the Cham plant will benefit from these investments, as will the corporate group.”

“By expanding production capacities, we are creating the right conditions for long-term growth at the site,” he added. – TradeArabia News Service

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