Eisenmann establishes new facility in heart of America’s automotive industry

July 17, 2018

July 17, 2018

Eisenmann establishes new facility in heart of America's automotive industry

Eisenmann’s new facility in Novi, Michigan, USA (Courtesy Eisenmann)


Eisenmann, headquartered in Böblingen, Germany, has announced the establishment of a new facility in Novi, Michigan, USA.

With the three main US car manufacturers – General Motors, Ford and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles – as well as automotive OEM’s and other suppliers being located in and around Detroit, Eisenmann’s new facility will be at the centre of the US automotive industry.

“As a globally operating plant manufacturer, it is extremely important for us to move closer to our clients in the US. We are now in the centre of the American automotive industry and will be able to present our latest technologies for the automobile production of the future to our clients locally,” stated Cassiano Fabris, who will lead the new branch.

“Strategically speaking, it is a crucial step as the major US automotive manufacturers are currently also intensively working on concepts surrounding Industry 4.0. We have a lot to offer in this field, especially for the automotive paint shop and final assembly, and the interest in our innovative solutions for the connected production is huge. In addition, this customer proximity increases our efficiency in project execution and after-sales service,” added Fabris.


July 17, 2018

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