Rehm Thermal Systems expands its German Headquarters

As a result of continuing business growth, Rehm Thermal Systems is just finalising work on a new 5 story-building at its headquarters in Blaubeuren, Germany with new state-of-the-art facilities for both customers and employees. The new facility includes an advanced application and demonstration center, new training facilities, offices and social areas for customers and employees alike.

The new building expands Rehm’s current headquarters and offers customers a 460m² high tech application and demonstration center housing state-of-the-art equipment and metrology tools for nitrogen and conductivity analysis, x ray inspection, thermal imaging, and coating thickness measurement. Customers are invited to visit the facility to test their PCB’s, optimise profiles and speak to Rehm’s process experts who can assist in helping customers with all aspects of defining the optimal parameters for their PCBs.

As well as the demo center, the new facility has over 370m² of dedicated classrooms to facilitate targeted process and system training programs and inter-regional technology events.

Employees also benefit from the facility which includes new social and common areas for all staff members, a new spacious cafeteria and a roof terrace for the enjoyment of all visiting customers, training participants and staff. In addition, a lower floor will feature modern social areas for production employees.

Commenting on the new facility, Chairman Johannes Rehm explains: “We’re very excited about what the addition of this new, state-of-the-art facility means for our customers. It not only extends our capacity for innovation in the field of thermal systems, but also, increases our ability to provide valuable support services for customers in Germany and beyond.

Source: Rehm Thermal Systems

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