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Brother Internationale Industriemaschinen GmbH to build new head office

by FESPA Staff | 21/09/2018
Brother Internationale Industriemaschinen GmbH to build new head office

Brother will build a new two story, modern head office in Emmerich, Germany due to company growth and will feature state-of-the-art occupational and environmental technology.

Brother’s Germany based headquarters for industrial products in Europe, Africa and Middle East continues to expand. After the construction of a new 1500 sqm warehouse in 2016, the old warehouse is due to be demolished and replaced by a new, modern office building.

Demolition will begin in September and the new office building is planned for the start of 2019. The building will have a total of 1000 square meters on 2 floors.

With the addition of the new office building, Brother continues to respond to the growing number of staff members and wanted to offer their staff a working environment that meets the demands of a modern, expanding company.

The new head office will feature state-of-the-art occupational and environmental technology and will include office space, a large break and rest area, meeting and training rooms and a new showroom that will feature the latest products from Brother.

Brother’s Managing Director, Jörg Haan commented: “’At your side’ is Brother's motto, and it's a business strategy geared towards a long, prosperous future. To put this motto into action, it is crucial to confront the demands of globalization. Customer and employee satisfaction are the keys to our current success and future growth.”
 

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