Seco/Warwick establishes new subsidiary in Germany

June 29, 2011

June 29, 2011

The Seco/Warwick Group, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of metal heat treatment equipment, has established a subsidiary in Germany, operating under the name of Seco/Warwick GmbH and having its registered office in Stuttgart.

The main objective of Seco/Warwick GmbH is to increase sales of products manufactured by the atmosphere and vacuum furnace segment of the Group, with focus on low-pressure carburising with pre-nitriding, using the PreNitLPC® and the FineCarb® technologies.

The German subsidiary will offer furnaces produced by Seco/Warwick S.A. and Seco/Warwick ThermAL S.A., and will provide technical assistance to customers in Germany, Austria, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Liechtenstein and Slovenia.

Seco/Warwick’s new subsidiary will be managed by Thomas Wingens, who has twenty five years of experience in the heat treatment industry.

“Our goal is to intensify sales and expand our share in the German market, which is characterised by very high requirements as to quality and technical standards, and which we perceive as very important to us. We plan to achieve this goal by offering cutting-edge technological solutions and reinforcing the image of the Seco/Warwick brand. We have entrusted the position of Managing Director of Seco/Warwick GmbH to Thomas Wingens, and we believe that his in-depth knowledge of the market will enable us to meet our challenging sales targets,” stated Leszek Przybysz, President of the Management Board of Seco/Warwick S.A.  


Edited by: Paul Whittaker, Editor, [email protected]   

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