Nabertherm celebrates 25 years of its Chinese subsidiary

May 23, 2024

Nabertherm offers a range of furnaces for the heat treatment of metals, including hot-wall retort furnaces for debinding and sintering MIM components (Courtesy Nabertherm GmbH)
Nabertherm offers a range of furnaces for the heat treatment of metals, including hot-wall retort furnaces for debinding and sintering MIM components (Courtesy Nabertherm GmbH)

Nabertherm GmbH, headquartered in Lilienthal, Germany, recently celebrated the twenty-fifth anniversary of its Chinese subsidiary. Founded in 1999, the subsidiary’s opening was regarded as a milestone in the company’s international expansion and underscored the importance of the Chinese market.

Nabertherm China’s headquarters are in Shanghai, with further sales specialists in Shenzhen, Beijing and Wuhan. Since its founding, the subsidiary is reported to have developed a reputation for high-quality industrial and laboratory furnaces, supporting customers from areas of high technology, production, research, dental and the arts in solving relevant daily tasks in the field of thermal process technology.

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Nabertherm has stated that a key factor in its Chinese subsidiary’s success is its well-developed service network. “Regional presence to our customers is particularly important to us in China,” stated Timm Grotheer, Managing Director of Nabertherm GmbH, Germany. “Our goal is to best understand their needs and offer innovative solutions that meet the needs of the Chinese market.”

Nabertherm intends to continue working closely with its Chinese subsidiary in the coming years. The company added that it will continue to develop thermal process solutions for Chinese customers, offer first-class products and address questions in the usage phase through service activities that meet our customers’ high standards.

Grotheer concluded, “We are pleased with the appreciation we have earned in the Chinese market and will do everything to continue to meet our customers’ expectations with high standards!”

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