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Hainbuch Opens Wisconsin Manufacturing Facility
May 28, 2013
Hainbuch America Corporation held a ribbon cutting ceremony recently for their new manufacturing facility in the Germantown Business Park. The North American subsidiary of a global leader in workholding technology, Hainbuch America will serve markets throughout the United States, Mexico and Canada. The company has aggressive growth plans for the North American market and is projecting staffing requirements to increase rapidly in 2013. Speakers at today’s ceremony included Wisconsin Lieutenant Governor Rebecca Kleefisch, Hainbuch CEO Gerhard Rall (from corporate headquarters located in Marbach Germany), Wisconsin State Senator Alberta Darling, Wisconsin State Representative Daniel Knodl and Germantown Village President Dean Wolter.
During her address to the 150 people in attendance, Lt. Governor Kleefisch spoke of the importance of a strong partnership with Germany in our manufacturing environment. “Our two countries are like two interlocking gears . . . gears that cannot turn unless they work together.” When asked what the relationship with the German headquarters means to the new Germantown location, Hainbuch America President James Woods said “It’s really a great relationship, because we have the stability of a global leader in workholding technology, but we also have the entrepreneurial spirit of a young company growing in America, blazing its own path.”