Wittmann sees continued expansion and investment amid uncertainty
Plastics processing equipment manufacturer Wittmann Group has seen a long-held wish fulfilled this year at K.
The company has successfully acquired more meters and a different location for its automation exhibits and is now amply represented with a technology stand (F23) in Hall 12, the Wittmann Battenfeld booth (C06) in Hall 15, exhibits at the VDMA Circular Economy Forum, not to mention two machines on show at the stands of partner exhibitors.
With seven production cells running in Hall 15, another two at the VDMA Circular Economy Forum and more than 60 exhibits including five robots on the expanded technology stand in Hall 12, Wittmann is offering a comprehensive overview of the range of its portfolio of technologies.
The company, said Michael Wittmann, president of Wittmann Group, speaking at a news conference just before the show, has also expressly aligned the focus of its exhibits with the main themes of the show: sustainability, the circular economy and digitalization.
"For us, these three themes are very important and very many of the developments over the past couple of years have been in this direction," Wittmann said.