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TechniForm

TechniForm

TechniForm GmbH is a company within Techniropa Holding, a group of successful companies that also includes TechniSat Digital GmbH. The company, which has its headquarters in Nerdlen (Vulkaneifel) is an innovative plastics company with its own tool making and design department as well as in-house parts manufacturing, finishing and robot-assisted module assembly.

History

01.09.2009

Launch of the production of housing parts using the injection moulding process with three injection moulding machines.

2010

Expansion of production for the Consumer Electronics (CE) sector. By the end of 2010, expansion to five injection moulding machines.

2011

Expansion of the production area (rental of a neighbouring hall) by 800 m2, to 1600 m2. Acquisition of four additional injection moulding machines.

2012

Expansion of the production depth through the relocation of the painting and printing divisions from the sister plant in Oborniki to Kelberg. Acquisition of another injection moulding machine (amounting to a total of ten injection moulding machines with clamping forces ranging from 70 to 300 tonnes).

2013

Start of production for the automotive sector. Production of radio head units.

2014

Planning and setup of our own production halls in Nerdlen. In December, launch of production with the first test runs

2015

Completion and full commissioning of the new site in Nerdlen..

2016

Expansion of the production capacities with a 400 tonne injection moulding machine, as well as in the areas of pad printing, ultrasonic welding and robot-assisted module assembly. Expansion into the furniture and health care sector.

2017

Expansion of the machine park to include 15 injection moulding machines with a clamping force of between 50 and 750 tonnes, as well as ten 6-axis robots and eight linear robots for automated module assembly. Processing of the first orders for the music industry.