Diecutting tool manufacturer Wink is expanding its production plant in Neuenhaus, Germany by 1,400 square meters. According to the company, the expansion will not only increase capacity but also optimize existing production processes.
"This step was urgently needed so we could push forward on our course for growth," says Alan de Natris, Wink’s managing director. Wink consciously decided on Neuenhaus as location for the investment. "We can build on experienced and highly qualified employees here, who provide great support on realizing the project," de Natris adds.
According to the company, the new production hall has recently been built, and the next steps include the installation of new machines developed for Wink's flexible die production. The existing production areas will later be restructured and extended at a gradual pace. The expansion is expected to be completed later this year.