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Almatec relocates to new HQ in Duisburg

Almatec, part of PSG, a Dover company and manufacturer of air-operated double-diaphragm (AODD) pumps and Quattroflow quaternary diaphragm pumps, has moved into its new corporate headquarters in Duisburg, Germany.

The new headquarters will accommodate the growing business by providing roughly 70% more space, including a much larger manufacturing facility and a state-of-the-art ISO Class 7 cleanroom.

“This move is a big milestone for our company, employees and customers will all benefit from the opportunities this new facility provides,” said Rainer Wulf, managing director of Almatec. “Our company is growing, and we plan to continue this growth into 2019 and beyond. With our new headquarters, we now have a suitable location to support that growth. In addition, the significantly larger space provides current and future employees with an attractive working environment that will provide ample opportunities for collaboration and innovation.”

With 1600 sq m (17 200 sq ft) of office space and 3750 sq m (40 350 sq ft) of manufacturing floor space, Almatec’s new location nearly doubles the company’s previous manufacturing footprint. The new space has also been designed to increase efficiency for all departments.

“The new manufacturing space will allow us to increase our production capabilities and meet the demand of increasing orders from customers around the world,” added Wulf. “Our team is excited about the growth we’ve been experiencing, and this expansion shows a commitment to build on our team’s successes and keep our momentum going strong.”

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