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STOLL will relocate headquarters to Reutlingen-Betzingen

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Jul '19
Pic: Stoll
Pic: Stoll
Stoll, a manufacturer of flat knitting machinery, will relocate its headquarters from Stollweg 1, Reutlingen to industrial area of Reutlingen-Betzingen. The planned construction project is divided into 2 phases - in addition to existing production buildings, a development and customer centre will be built. The architects of the project are ISIN+Co GmbH & Co KG.
 
For the first construction phase of the development centre, Stoll was able to commission the company Systembau Knecht Metzingen GmbH as a general contractor while the company Reiner Schädler Bauunternehmung GmbH will take over the foundation and structural work, said Stoll in a press release.
 
With the groundbreaking ceremony on July 26, the construction of the development centre has officially begun. The development centre will provide bright and modern conference rooms to hold about 70 employees.
 
In the second phase, a modern customer centre will be built on Adolf-Kolping-Street: an efficient
building with conference rooms to hold about 100 employees. This building will also offer space for the Stoll showroom and training centre.
 
Stoll is setting a standard with this construction project. As a result of the relocation, development, production and administration will be combined into one location after completion of the two buildings. (PC)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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