Brueckner Group Asia-Pacific’s manufacturing facility in Thailand

New unit at WHA Eastern Seaboard Industrial Estate in Rayong

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Ribbon cutting ceremony at the new Thailand plant

Brueckner Group Asia-Pacific, a fast-growing entity within the Brückner Group, has announced the official inauguration of its new manufacturing and office facility in Thailand. The grand opening ceremony was held on 30 November, 2023, at the WHA Eastern Seaboard Industrial Estate in Rayong, marking a significant milestone in the company’s growth and serving the organization’s commitment to excellence and its customers in the ASEAN region.

The Bruckner Group, encompassing Brückner Maschinenbau, Brückner Servtec, Kiefel, and PackSys Global, has consistently prioritized cultivating strong local relationships with customers worldwide. In alignment with this commitment, the Brückner Group strategically expanded its presence in Thailand, further strengthening its position in the Asia-Pacific region.

Walter Stroeder, managing director, expressed his enthusiasm, stating, “This manufacturing expansion in Thailand follows our ambitious growth strategy and adds another milestone to the Brückner Group success story. Internally, we have a perfect set-up to provide optimal support for the region through sales and after-sales activities for all lead companies we represent here at Bruckner Group Asia-Pacific. The new set-up will ensure meeting our customers’ evolving needs through workshops and training for technicians.”

Since its establishment in March 2022, Brueckner Group Asia-Pacific has been a front-runner in high-quality manufacturing, specializing in stretching ovens for battery separator film lines. The facility, spanning 16,300 sqm in the WHA Eastern Seaboard Industrial Estate, Rayong, Thailand, also houses a fully equipped center for the high-precision reprocessing of film stretching lines’ clips and chains.

In response to the company’s exponential growth, Bruckner Group Asia-Pacific has embarked on the next phase of its evolution, introducing stretching oven manufacturing and assembly in 2023. Additionally, a dedicated Kiefel service hub has been established, serving as an overhaul workshop for thermoforming tools and machine stations, further enhancing local support for customers in the region.

Axel von Wiedersperg, CEO of Brückner Group, underscored the significance of Bruckner Group Asia-Pacific’s regional footprint, stating, “With our expanded facilities we set a significant mark proving our commitment and trust in this region’s current and further developing strength. We continue to enhance our relationship with and strive to foster the success of our customers in Asia-Pacific.”

The Brückner Group member companies are global leaders in building machines and systems and family-owned since it was founded in 1960. The individual group companies are Brückner Maschinenbau, Brückner Servtec, Kiefel and PackSys Global. 

Bruckner Group Asia-Pacific has been in operation since 2022 as the new platform company of The Brückner Group. Bruckner Group Asia-Pacific is the latest member in the series of platform companies – alongside Brückner Group China, Brückner Group India, Brückner Group USA and Brückner Slovakia.

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