Company News

08/10/2017

Schmalz continues to grow: New production and office building opened in the USA

In July of this year, the vacuum specialist Schmalz christened the new headquarters of its USA branch in Raleigh, North Carolina, an investment of around USD 6.5 million.

07/28/2017

Schmalz reinforces location in Glatten, Germany: Ground broken for modern office building

J. Schmalz GmbH is continuing to grow. The company is expanding its central Sales and Development facility by a new office building with five floors. This is just the most recent of its efforts to build up its headquarters in Glatten, Germany. Representing an investment of around six million euros, the new building will provide 3,500 square meters (nearly 38,000 square feet) of space for 140 office workplaces. The guest list for the official groundbreaking ceremony included mayor Tore-Derek Pfeifer, the supervising architects from Schneider...

07/20/2017

Schmalz China won the Golden Finger Robot Prize

The prize was awarded by CMIF, China Machinery Industry Federation.

05/12/2017

Vacuum Specialist Schmalz Joins the Swiss LeanFactory Group

What does "Lean Production" stand for? And how am I able to design leaner processes? The LeanFactory Group connects entrepreneurs and companies with interesting solutions to discuss theses topics.

04/21/2017

Schmalz acquires the GPS – Gesellschaft für Produktionssysteme GmbH

The Schmalz Group is expanding: With retroactive effect from January 1, 2017, Schmalz has acquired all the shares of “GPS Gesellschaft für Produktionssysteme GmbH” (Association for Production Systems) in Stuttgart. Schmalz is specialized on automation and handling solutions based on vacuum. GPS becomes part of the international Schmalz network with 17 locations worldwide.

04/18/2017

Schmalz at Ligna: Wood working enhanced by vacuum technology

“Making more out of wood” was the motto at Ligna 2017 in Hanover, from May 22 to 26. Workpiece handling plays an integral tole in commercial wood working. J. Schmalz GmbH will be presenting powerful systems for manual and automated vacuum handling in the wood and furniture industries in hall 15, booth A06. A new addition is the area gripper FMHD for reliable transport of unplaned workpieces.

04/06/2017

Schmalz at Interpack 2017: Vacuum Technology for Efficient Handling of Packages

From May 4 to 10, 2017 in Düsseldorf, Germany, everything will focus on packaging. J. Schmalz GmbH will be presenting solutions for automated and manual vacuum handling at the Interpack trade show. The highlights at booth A40 in hall 13 will include oval tubular bag suction cups for fast flow-wrap processes and silicone bellows suction cups for the food and beverage industry that can be detected by a metal detector.

03/10/2017

Schmalz at the HANNOVER MESSE 2017 Trade Show: Intelligent Vacuum Solutions for Networked Production

The main theme at this year’s Hannover Messe is “Integrated Industry – Creating Value” and the trade show will highlight how the vision of networked industry has become reality. In Hall 17, Booth E26, the vacuum specialist Schmalz will present smart field devices and other vacuum solutions that make production processes multiple times more efficient and transparent.

02/13/2017

Volkswagen names Schmalz “Top Innovator of the 2016 Volkswagen Logistics Day”

Volkswagen has named J. Schmalz GmbH “Top Innovator of the 2016 Volkswagen Logistics Day.” The automotive company honored the vacuum specialist's forward-looking projects in manual handling. Out of about 180 participants, Schmalz was appointed to a shortlist of the 20 best innovators by logistics experts from VW and the Institute for Production Management (IPM).

01/27/2017

Minister President Kretschmann Inaugurates Schmalz's New Building in India

After an eight-month construction period, the Minister President of the state of Baden-Württemberg, Winfried Kretschmann, inaugurated Schmalz's new production and office building in Pune (India) on January 24. The new building offers an additional surface area of around 1,600 square meters – more than double the surface area of the existing building.