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Staubli opens new production site in China
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Jun '13
The new production site of Stäubli Hangzhou in China’s Zhejiang Province has been inaugurated with a festive ceremony. More than 150 guests from around the world attended the event, including members of the Board, representatives of local authorities as well as important customers, suppliers and partners.

The new building of Stäubli Hangzhou features an architectural design incorporating low carbon emissions and energy saving materials. It has a bright and spacious interior and is equipped with the latest technology, providing workspace in production, assembly, training, sales and service as well as meeting facilities and a large showroom. It is the largest within the Stäubli Group, with a broad range of products from all activities on display.

Currently a staff of over 320 are working in the new building, with ample reserve space for the future. With the new premises in Hangzhou the Stäubli Group takes another major step towards serving the growing market demand and customers’ needs in China for its high-tech quality products.

30 years of presence in China

The Stäubli Group has been active in China for more than 30 years. After many years of sales and service for textile machines, a factory of 2000 sqm was established in Hangzhou in 1997 for the production of dobbies used by Chinese loom makers. In 2004 our Connectors and Robotics business was added, and at the same time the factory was extended by tripling its surface. As for the latest extension, with a construction time of only two years Stäubli Hangzhou has increased the surface to 23’000 sqm.

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