Haver Ibau India expands its assembly­ and stock area

Haver Ibau India (HIN), with its headquarters in ­Baroda in the state of ­Gujarat, India can look back at positive development. The company, mutually founded in late 2008 by Haver & Boecker and its subsidiary company Ibau Hamburg, began its work in newly built offices and production halls with 12 employees. It was necessary to expand the facility just two and half years later in order to keep up with HIN’s large product variety. The expansion of the hall could be successfully finished after a construction time of one year. Installation of the stocking system and expansion of the assembly area allow a more flexible and rapid response to customer wishes.

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