Relocation of the large machinery production from Leeden to Bramsche - Location change went smoothly
With annual sales growth of more than 10 per cent, the AMAZONE Global Parts Centre in Leeden has become too small for the space in just a few years. In line with the strategic objective of concentrating production at the Gaste and Bramsche sites, the production lines in Bramsche have been extended, in order to centralise the complete sprayer production there. At the same time, space has been created in Leeden for the expansion of the Global Parts Centre and the Used Machinery Centre.
The conversion of the Bramsche plant was completed in the spring of this year. Preparations for the relocation of the production of the Pantera crop protection sprayer, the ZG bulk fertiliser spreaders and the Primera DMC large area seed drill proceeded at full speed. Thanks to careful organisation, assembly in the new 7,000 m² premises started up again in August.
Mr Achim Kuhl organised the relocation of the assembly shortly before his retirement in close cooperation with his successor Andreas Tönnies. After the successful relocation of the production lines, Mr. Kuhl said goodbye after more than 40 years in the service of AMAZONEN-WERKE!
Andreas Tönnies had already taken over responsibility in Bramsche as plant manager and is now in charge of the consolidated assembly of the mounted, trailed and self-propelled sprayers, the trailed fertiliser spreaders and the DMC large area seed drill.