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KAMPF convinced at Chinaplas 2018 with smart solutions

The KAMPF team was pleased about the great interest of the numerous international visitors.

The 32nd Chinaplas impressed: an ultra-modern new location, more visitors than ever and future-oriented main topics.

KAMPF focused on solutions, which meet the industry’s demands for increased efficiency and higher throughput in production. In addition to new automation concepts, the@vanced, the integrative platform, received a lot of attention, because monitoring and using networked production data increases productivity and flexibility and facilitates and controls optimizing measures.

The new KAMPF BSF Slitter was also very well received by the international trade visitors. This new development is based on more than ten years of experience in the manufacturing process of battery separator films. The BSF Slitter meets the increasing requirements of the highly innovative lithium-ion battery industry.

Last but not least, the KAMPF team received good wishes from visitors for the opening of the new KAMPF location “Kampf Technology Changzhou” (KTC) in Jintan, a district of Changzhou. The opening ceremony had taken place on 23 April.

We thank you for your visit, the intensive exchange and feedback on our new solutions, which we will develop further together with you.

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New KAMPF location in China ceremonially opened

Festive opening in Jintan; v. l. t. r.: Wenbin Zhao, Technischer Direktor KTC; Frank Schröder, General Manager KMS; Lutz Busch, CEO KAMPF; Dr. Stephan Witt, COO KAMPF; Heiko Wörster COO KTC.

 

KAMPF continues to expand its capacities in China. KAMPF opened the new subsidiary “Kampf Technology Changzhou” (KTC) in Jintan, a district of Changzhou, with a festive ceremony on April 23rd 2018. The new location offers a hall area of approx. 5,000 m². Equipped with modern production facilities, the plant offers optimal conditions for the production of selected components and the assembly of the intended machines. Heiko Wörster will be responsible as COO for the new location. Sales and service activities will continue to be carried out from Kampf Machinery Shanghai (KMS). Besides the traditional dragon dance and after cutting the festive tape, the opening agenda included a factory tour for the guests, including suppliers, delegates of trade associations and trade organisations as well as senior employees of KAMPF Headquarters. We wish our team in China great success!

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Festive opening in Jintan; v. l. t. r.: Wenbin Zhao, Technischer Direktor KTC; Frank Schröder, General Manager KMS; Lutz Busch, CEO KAMPF; Dr. Stephan Witt, COO KAMPF; Heiko Wörster COO KTC.