Motortech (Celle, Germany) announced the company is relocating all operational departments and manufacturing facilites to new headquarters in Hunaeusstrasse 5, Celle, from 1st June 2023. 

The new facility includes 2,500 m² of office space and over 6,000 m² of production and storage space. It will provide a solid platform for continued growth and help strengthen Germany as a leading business location over the coming years. 

With immediate effect, Motortech can confirm operations at its production facility in Poland will stop. Moving all production to Germany allows the business to optimise work & material flows and automation processes, leading to faster production times, whilst maintaining the outstanding levels of quality the company is renowned for. 

The company is also introducing the “Motortech Excellence Initiative” which focuses on implementing digitalization, automation and lean manufacturing techniques to ensure the business is delivering outstanding products and services at all times. 

Managing Director, Markus Kruse, commented: “The company has grown significantly over the last few years. Our production capacities in Hogrevestraße, Celle and at our facility in Poland can no longer support our manufacturing demands. Moving our entire production facility and operational teams to the same location gives us a solid platform to deliver our ambutious growth plans. Having our manufacturing and product development teams on the same site will lead to quicker product development times, ensuring the business maintains its position as market leader in the gas engine accessories segment.” 


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