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M+W Products Break Ground On New Head Offices

 

The new company head offices of M+W Products GmbH are being built in Renningen. On January 19, the long-established company is celebrating a groundbreaking ceremony to mark the start of construction work at the new Raite industrial estate. In addition to the invited guests on site, live transmission to the existing company building will ensure that M+W employees can also attend “virtually".

M+W Products GmbH, a subsidiary of the M+W Group, develops and manufactures innovative products and customer-specific solutions for cleanroom and precision air-conditioning technology in Germany, China and the Czech Republic. The company’s head offices have been located in Stuttgart Weilimdorf for more than 100 years, which makes this relocation a significant event in its corporate history. However, the company needs space to grow and develop. The new building will therefore also be used as an opportunity to optimize the working conditions of the innovative company in customized and visionary manner, from technical equipment to more efficient processes and structures all the way to state-of-the-art, team-oriented workplaces. “We are looking forward to our new building in which we can create modern workplaces and optimum working conditions," says Frank Bauer, Managing Director of M+W Products GmbH.

A modern production and office building for up to 300 employees is now being built in Renningen on an area of 13,000 m². With a total area of approx. 25,500 m², the property offers sustainable growth reserves for the future. The decision to choose the Renningen Raite industrial estate was based on its good transport connections and infrastructure, as well as a good partnership with the city. Mayor Wolfgang Faißt will therefore be breaking ground together with M+W Products Managing Director Frank Bauer and Dr. Wolfgang Büchele, CEO of the M+W Group.

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