Arnold Umformtechnik lays foundation stone for new production facility

Arnold Umformtechnik has laid the foundation stone for new climate-neutral production facility, in Raulbusch, Germany.

Arnold is investing around 20 million euros in Rauhbusch for the first construction phase. This sum already includes the development costs for the other construction phases. It is planned that about 400 people will be employed at this location in the next few years until 2028.

“In Rauhbusch we will be able to produce high-precision formed parts and realise potential for further growth,” said Dirk Döllner, CEO of the Arnold Group. “Sustainable products will be created at a sustainable location. We are also pursuing ambitious goals in climate protection and the energy issue at Rauhbusch.”

The planned wood-concrete construction method is just one of many examples of the sustainability ambitions Arnold is pursuing in Rauhbusch.

ARNOLD UMFORMTECHNIK GmbH & Co. KG

Carl-ARNOLD-Straße 25
Forchtenberg-Ernsbach
74670
GERMANY

+49 7947 821-0

service@arnold-fastening.com

https://www.arnold-fastening.com/en/

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