Company News, 2006-03-13, 10:01 AM
ThyssenKrupp Xervon invests 2.5 million euro
The industrial service provider ThyssenKrupp Xervon invested approximately 2.5 million euro at the location Lingen . In the new industrial area proven by the city, the enterprise will build two halls with a size of 60 x 15 meters in each case and an office building on a surface of together 20,000 square meters. Starting from May 2006. all fifty coworkers, who had their workshops and offices so far in different places on the BP area and in the Friedrich Ebert road, will draw in there. In addition a new prefabrication for piping and steel construction work will find its place in the new building.
"By the removal we can supply an even better service in the range of maintenance to our largest customer BP in Lingen. In addition we have the possibility of offering our services like piping construction, EMSR technology and mechanical engineering also to different industrial customers due to the extended capacities. In a medium-term we would like to create ten to 15 new jobs here", says Joachim Loth, responsible regional leader of ThyssenKrupp Xervon in Lingen.
The halls will be inaugurated presumably at the end of of May 2006.