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25 August 2016

Hainbuch UK move to expanded premises coincides with 2016/17 catalogue launch

Hainbuch UK moves to expanded premises Hainbuch UK move to expanded premises coincides with 2016/17 catalogue launch
Hainbuch UK has moved to new premises and launched the 2016/17 edition of its workholding and clamping catalogue.

Year-on-year growth has prompted the move to the new, purpose-built office in Cannock, Staffordshire, which is located just a mile from the previous site. The 2000 ft 2 facility boasts a designated meeting room, demo area and training facility, while it will also allow significantly larger stockholding than was possible at its previous building.

Commenting on the move, Hainbuch UK general manager Nick Peter says: “Hainbuch has purchased this new purpose-built two-storey building to support our growth strategy and to develop an infrastructure for future business development. By having the capacity and facilities for in-house training, demos and application support, our staff can better service, support and demonstrate the core benefits of the Hainbuch brand to the industry.

“With the new office coming on-line in August, Hainbuch has already extended the engineering team with the arrival of Andy Jones. As we move forward, we will fully expect to be recruiting more staff as the business continues to flourish in the UK.”

The change of address coincides with the launch of the latest edition of the Hainbuch product catalogue, which is packed with almost 500 pages of clamping technology and peripheral equipment designed to reduce set-up times, improve clamping processes, precision and repeatability.

Packed with established and proven technology, as well as all the latest innovations, the 2016/17 publication has easy-to-find sections that include the latest clamping devices, quick-change systems, clamping elements, accessories and even equipment for special-purpose machines such as sliding-head turning centres. Each of these core competences is separated into sub-sections that allows for the fast location of products.

To download the new catalogue from the Hainbuch website, visit the Hainbuch website, or call the Hainbuch UK office to order a printed copy.

Andrew Allcock

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