Groundbreaking ceremony for new cts hall

Specialist for process and production automation invests 10 million euros

Burgkirchen. From transport robots to filling systems for the pharmaceutical industry, the Burgkirch-based specialist for process and production automation offers a wide range of products. No wonder the order books are well filled and the site has recently been bursting at the seams. The new construction of a production hall on the outskirts of Burgkirchen is now intended to remedy this situation: Close to the Pirach substation and the Dekra testing station, a new production hall is being built at a cost of 10 million euros. 3500 square meters are earmarked for the company’s service department. PV systems are also planned for the roof and the parking lots.

Yesterday, Monday, representatives of the company led by Managing Director Hans Gehringer gathered with planners, contractors and the local authority for the symbolic ground-breaking ceremony. Among them was Mayor Hans Kriechenbauer, who was naturally delighted that such a prosperous company is continuing to invest in Burgkirchen.

Especially as this expansion may not be the last: The 11,500 square meter site could also be expanded further. – hw

Source: Passauer Neue Presse

The finished hall will be around 13 meters high and 108 meters long. The site area is currently 11,500 square meters, so that further expansion is possible. – Animation: CTS

The cts managers with the representatives of planners, contractors and the municipality: from left Andreas Gehringer, Carina Spirkl, Florian Köstler, Rudolf Mergl, Richard Laumer, Reinhard Moser, Ilja Schäfer, Hans Gehringer, Mayor Hans Kriechenbauer, Stefan Schmiedlechner and Robert Schüller. – F.: J. Geigenberger

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