On course for growth: Unitechnik invests in the Eisenhüttenstadt site

The Unitechnik Group focuses on expansion: The automation expert invests in IT, production and training. 2,500 sqm of office and production space is being built in Eisenhüttenstadt, the headquarters of Unitechnik Automatisierungs GmbH, a member of the Unitechnik Group specializing in metallurgy and process engineering. The extension building at the gates of the ArcelorMittal steel group is scheduled to be ready for occupancy at the end of 2021. The aim is for customers, partners and suppliers to benefit from shorter distances, more efficient processes and an expanded range of services.

As one of the leading suppliers of industrial automation and robotics, Unitechnik Automatisierungs GmbH plans and implements customized systems for production automation and process engineering in various industrial sectors. Among its customers is ArcelorMittal, the largest steel producer in the world. Due to continuous growth, an extension building is currently being built on a total of 2,500 sqm. The focus is on new space for production and training as well as state-of-the-art office space. A new IT department will drive forward the topics of artificial intelligence (AI), Internet of Things (IoT) and warehouse management for the heavy industry sector. A separate area for research and development is being created within the new hall. In the future, all of the high-tech company's current 104 employees will work under one roof and benefit from a contemporary working environment.

Efficient processes and higher capacities

With the extension building, Unitechnik is laying the foundation for optimizing internal processes in engineering, manufacturing and assembly. "With the new building, we are not only significantly expanding our engineering area. We are also investing in state-of-the-art manufacturing and centralizing our processes at a common location," says Karsten Boldt, Managing Director of Unitechnik Automatisierungs GmbH. As a result, customers, partners and suppliers benefit from shorter distances, expanded services and additional capacities.

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