Flux-Geräte: Ground-breaking Ceremony for New Warehouse


On 24/10/2013 Herbert Hahn, Klaus Hahn and Martina Wilhelm (Managing Director and Owner of the family business) together with Maulbronn s Mayor Andreas Felchle and the architect Thomas Lins as well as Andreas Link and Stefan Dieterle of the building firm Geiger and the Flux Operational Manager Jürgen Deeg carried out the ground-breaking ceremony for an additional warehouse.

Flux-Geräte: Ground-breaking Ceremony for New Warehouse

Equipped for the future (from left to right): Stefan Dieterle, Thomas Lins, Herbert Hahn, Andreas Felchle, Klaus Hahn, Martina Wilhelm, Jürgen Deeg and Andreas Link carry out the ground-breaking ceremony together. (Image: Flux-Geräte)

In the 1960s the Stuttgart-based Flux-Geräte GMBH built up their own pump manufacturing facilities in Maulbronn. Since then the company has continuously developed itself. The range of products was extended vastly, the production appropriately enlarged, and areas such as research & development and sales & marketing were also established in Maulbronn.

With the new extension works the company is now paving the way for further growth.

Due to the always growing product range and the increasing international demand, greater storage capacity is necessary to ensure the high readiness for delivery typical of Flux. "The new warehouse is an important and necessary investment for us, which will help secure the expansion for the future", said the managing partner Klaus Hahn, to which he added, "we hereby clearly demonstrate our commitment to the Maulbronn location."

In 1950, the world s first electric drum pump was named Flux. In the meanwhile, the undisputed pioneer in the area of drum pump technology possesses outstanding know-how and experience in many other areas of pump technology. The comprehensive product spectrum now ranges from different pump types with motors, flow meters and accessories up to subsystems for plant construction and special system solutions. The internationally operating family company with its seven subsidiaries and numerous representatives delivers its products in more than 100 countries world-wide.

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