MAG Europe moves into Headquarters in Stuttgart- Production of the Series CFV and FTV now in Diedesheim
(PresseBox) (Stuttgart, )The biggest machine tool manufacturer in the south of Germany is reinforcing its local presence: The European group management is moving into new offices in Stuttgart-Vaihingen and the production of the vertical machining centers, CFV and FTV, has been launched in Diedesheim. The new VMC series is to follow shortly.
MAG is moving into its new European headquarters in Stuttgart-Vaihingen just in time for the biggest branch event in the region, the AMB on the new trade fair grounds in Stuttgart. This is being done as part of the implementation of the regional structures, which started at the beginning of the year with the creation of the regional companies in Europe, the Americas and Asia- Pacific.
The management team of MAG Europe with Markus Grob as President will conduct business from Vaihingen in close cooperation with the plants. "With the move to the location in the vicinity of the production plants and of many important customers, we have succeeded in creating the best prerequisites for efficient work," says Markus Grob. The commitment to the region is also an important component of the "think global-act local" strategy for the company, adds Prof. Dr. Jürgen Fleischer, Chairman at MAG Europe: "The heart of the industry beats in the region in many aspects. Both tradition and the future of machine tool manufacturing have their home here and continue to be strong." The contribution MAG is making to this regional strength is to be impressively underscored at the AMB in hall 5 stand C 72.
Diedesheim has been the home of the successful NBH series of horizontal machining centers manufacturing for many years. The advantages of the flexible modern on-site production will be reflected in the future in the CFV and the FTV series as well. Both machines, the CFV with its rigid cast iron bed and the FTV with its fixed table vertical design, satisfy the highest require ments for rigidity, precision and flexibility be it with three, four or five axes.
A broad selection of models and option packages allows for employment in many industries ranging from job shops to die and mold, aerospace applications and more. At the IMTS in Chicago MAG will present the prototype of the new vertical machining center VMC, which will be produced in Diedesheim and the U.S., continuing MAG's product offensive.