Hennecke Group North American headquarters moves to new facility
The new facility includes a research and development laboratory, a modern parts warehouse and areas for machinery repair and mixhead rebuilding services.
Hennecke Group (Bridgeville, Pa., U.S.), a global leader in the manufacturing and supply of polyurethane processing equipment and plants, has moved its North American headquarters to a new purpose-built facility south of Pittsburgh, Pa., U.S.
The new headquarters features more office and conference space, a research and development laboratory, a modern parts warehouse and areas for machinery repair and mixhead rebuilding services. New features of the building are said to include:
- An R&D laboratory with low-pressure and high-pressure polyurethane processing machines that can be used for raw materials testing, customer trials, equipment training and demonstrations.
- A state-of-the-art warehouse, which incorporates automation and space-saving use of vertical lift modules (VLM) to hold Hennecke’s North American parts inventory.
- Conference and engineering areas designed to foster communication and collaboration.
Hennecke manufactures equipment and supplies plants that make a variety of polyurethane-based products for the automotive, transportation, refrigeration, household goods, marine and aerospace, footwear, clothing, sporting goods, furniture, bedding, mattress, and building and construction industries.
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