Bauer opens new China factory

By Sarah Ann McCay14 January 2014

The Bauer Tianjin Technologies plant was officially opened with a traditional Chinese ceremony

The Bauer Tianjin Technologies plant was officially opened with a traditional Chinese ceremony

German foundations equipment manufacturer and contractor Bauer Maschinen has opened a new production centre in Tianjin, China.

Bauer Tianjin Technologies moved into the factory in the Xi Qing district in Tianjin in October 2013. Covering 65,814 m2, the new plant offers 30,717 m2 of production space, and employs more than 220 staff. The plant is expected to produce up to 90 machines a year.

Bauer has had a presence in China since 1991.

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