XL summer party at the Wiehl-based machine manufacturer
Kampf celebrated the completion of the new building complex at its headquarters in Wiehl with all employees and their families last Saturday. The numerous guests did not let themselves be deterred by the rain and were delighted with the exciting programme that the Kampf organisation team had put together. A game programme for the little visitors as well as culinary delicacies and musical performances compensated for the construction noise, dust and restrictions of the past months. In the in-house technical centre, the visitors experienced machine demonstrations and the Kampf trainees presented training opportunities and professions in their work of knowledge. Of great interest was the new 2500 m² assembly hall itself and of course the adjoining modern offices. The energy-optimised design of the buildings and the numerous e-charging parking spaces also provided plenty to talk about.
The summer party was preceded by the official inauguration ceremony on 9 September. The traditional cutting of the ribbon was performed by Kampf Managing Director Markus Vollmer with Mayor Ulrich Stücker, architect Lars Andre Lang, Dr Stephan Witt, COO Jagenberg AG, Dr Erich Bröker, CEO Jagenberg AG and the Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Jagenberg AG Jan Kleinewefers. Assembly is already underway in the new hall. During the speeches, the guests looked at a 11 m wide PrimeSlitter slitting machine in modern design. The new workshop can accommodate up to eight machines of this size - and of course numerous guests when a joint achievement is celebrated.