L.B. Bohle has opened a new manufacturing facility next to its existing plant in Ennigerloh, Germany. The facility increases Bohle’s manufacturing capacity by 35% percent and has created 60 new jobs. The new 8,530-sq.-ft. production facility offers additional 1,800 sq. ft. of office space, has increased energy efficiency, and will be used initially to manufacture all process machines.
“Then new plant lays the foundation for further sales growth,” said company founder Lorenz Bohle. “Following lean production principles, we will be able to produce far more efficiently in the new plant and deliver products faster than competitors.”
L.B. Bohle invested approximately $6.8 million in the new facility and has signed an agreement with the city of Ennigerloh for the option to purchase a 12-square-mile piece of land adjacent to the new plant.
L.B. Bohle Opens New Facility in Germany
By Kristin Brooks
Published December 18, 2013
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