April 22, 2021
DMG MORI, a leading machine tool builder, invests in its local production in China, the world’s largest machine tool market.
DMG MORI announced on April 14, 2021 that it will build a new plant on the premises of the Tianjin base established in 2013. The total investment is about 3 billion yen. At the new plant, DMG MORI will produce major unit parts of vertical machining centers, horizontal machining centers, automation systems, tool magazines and tables. The building area is 20,000 square meters, which is the same scale as the existing plant.
In China, there is an increasing demand for automation systems which combine large machine tools and loading equipments. DMG MORI will build a new plant to increase production capacity and meet automation needs in the Chinese market. The annual production capacity is 1,000 units, which is twice as much as the conventional one. The plant will be completed in 2024 and will start operation in January 2025.
In addition, DMG MORI AG, a subsidiary of DMG MORI, will also build a new plant for 5-axis machining center in Pinghu, a suburb of Shanghai. The site area of the new plant is 70,000 square meters, and the building area is 35,000 square meters. The total investment is 75 million euros. The new plant is scheduled to start operations within 2022.
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