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Groundbreaking for new building

At the 7th of December 2018 the next enlargement of the production halls at our premises in Kippenheim started. The new production hall with a size of 525 m² will be ready to move into mid of 2019. In the future the chip processing machines and systems which are already painted shall be mounted, tested and made ready for shipment in this hall. Furthermore there will be installed a high bay storage with more than 356 pallet cages. Therefore there will be more space in the existing halls that can be used for the production of the machines which can have a weight of up to 6 to. Another advantage is that the cycle time will be reduced.

This project was supported by the European fund for regional development (EFRE) and by the federal state of Baden-Wuerttemberg.


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Aluminium 2018

Also 2018 the trade fair Aluminium was a highlight in the exhibition year of Lanner Anlagenbau GmbH.
There were a lot of new contacts and also satisfied long-standing customers visited the booth. We would not like to miss this fair anymore. The re-booking for 2020 is already done.

“ALUMINIUM is a trade fair for light metal, but a heavyweight in its global significance for the industry. This is particularly true at a time when there are irritations and when some parts of various markets are realigning themselves, as it’s also a time when trade fairs can play a crucial role in providing orientation for global trade,” says Hans-Joachim Erbel, CEO of Reed Exhibitions Germany, the organisers of ALUMINIUM.

This explains why the number of visitors has remained so robust – despite the current challenges and obstacles in international trade. “It’s where the world comes together, and no one wants to miss out,” says Hans-Joachim Erbel. In fact, all industry representatives fundamentally agree that the current aluminium rush will continue to gain momentum.

In total, the organisers reported 24,148 trade visitors (previous year: 24,373). The result of this year’s ALUMINIUM is therefore very close to the record achieved at the previous event.

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