Seco/Warwick Group establishes new manufacturing facility in China

August 26, 2010

August 26, 2010


The Seco/Warwick Group has established a new manufacturing facility, Seco/Warwick Retech Thermal Equipment Mfg. Co. Ltd. in Tianjin, China.

The 5000 square metre office and manufacturing facility has been established to provide Chinese customers with local service and manufacturing.  

The company’s market concentration includes vacuum heat


treatment, vacuum metallurgy and controlled atmosphere aluminium brazing (CAB) technologies. The new company currently ha

s orders

for several vacuum and CAB furnaces.

According to Janusz Kowalewski, General Manager, “Our mission is to provide advanced and highly reliable metal improvement technologies to Chinese companies at competitive market price.”

As an integral member of the Seco/Warwick Group, Seco/Warwick Retech shares engineering expertise and provides local manufacturing services for Seco/Warwick Group equipment in China.



August 26, 2010

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