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Groundbreaking! ALMÜ extends its facilities with a new building, celebrating the groundbreaking ceremony. / 15. Feb. 2018

At the groundbreaking ceremony on January 15, CEO Markus Müller welcomed the numerous guests. Among them was Mayor Werner Link who, in his welcoming speech, expressed his appreciation for the company. He is happy about the expansion as ALMÜ is one of the municipality’s bigger companies, contributing substantially to the number of jobs in Zell. And the citizens are especially glad that the new ALMÜ complex, an elliptical glass construction, will make the municipality look especially beautiful as you enter it.

The groundbreaking ceremony was followed by a company tour during which the visitors – at various work stations – could gather information about ALMÜ’s services and products. A lunch for everyone marked the end of the event, with everyone looking forward to the new building.

ALMÜ is once again present at Grob’s in-house exhibition. / 11. Jan. 2018

Last year, too, ALMÜ had its own stand at the in-house exhibition of manufacturer Grob in Mindelheim, from November 15 to 18, 2017. This event has taken place every two years since 2009, and has long become a meeting point for the industry. Our exhibition team, led by Georg Deuschle-Grammenos, presented new solutions in clamping technology, and also showed various special tools to the visitors and those who were interested. Our thanks goes to all the 1,200 visitors who showed great interest in our services. And a special thanks goes to the Grob people for their amazing partnership and the great organization. We will be happy to participate again in 2019.

ALMÜ builds for the future / 24. Okt. 2017

ALMÜ Precision Tools GmbH has experienced quite an upward movement over the past few years, also stimulated by the introduction of our ALMÜ ALL IN ONE range. This has led to increased space requirements for the technical offices as well as for the PCD production. We are planning to meet these requirements by constructing a representative multi-story building. On the ground floor, our PCD tool production will then get a modern production environment, while the administration and the technical office will move to the first floor. On the second floor, there will be adequate space for product training, as well as larger meeting and conference rooms. The building is planned to comply with the KWF 70 energy efficiency criteria. The entire building will maintain its temperature by concrete core activation, ensuring that the very strict manufacturing tolerances of our PCD tools can also be met on hot summer days. The entire floor space will be about 1,330 square meters. Our partner for the construction is Mörk Bau from Leonberg, while the company Gödde will take care of the building services engineering. The construction is scheduled to begin in December 2017, and it will take about a year until the completion of the building.

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ALMÜ Technology Days in April 2015 / 27. Apr. 2015

ALMÜ held its first Technology Days on April 20 and 21, 2015. The aim of the event was to present ALMÜ’s latest technologies and developments to its European sales partners. It focused on ALMÜ’s ALL-IN-ONE SYSTEM: the complete solution including tools, fixtures, and engineering. Along with straight product training, much attention was dedicated to linking up the individual companies.
Over the course of Monday, the ALMÜ team received its first guests. In the nearby Seminaris hotel, during the evening dinner, relations were deepened, and those present exchanged lots of information.
Tuesday then was the day devoted to the world of ALMÜ products. The key issue was the already mentioned ALMÜ ALL-IN-ONE SYSTEM, presented with all its relevant features. Jaume Cusso from Barcelona and ALMÜ’s Georg Grammenos demonstrated all its distinctive advantages during a practical application. All the project’s advantages quickly became clear: from the fixture and the tool package right up to the actual PCD machining. Additionally, a number of interesting projects were presented; Yannick Martin from Jone Precision in France showed Airbus’s PCD tool.
With lots of interesting details, Markus Müller and the entire ALMÜ team turned the entire day into a most intriguing and compelling event.
Later, ALMÜ’s Technology Days ended with a joint dinner and evening program. Many participants suggested this kind of event should be held on an annual basis.

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