Saxon State Minister of Justice inaugurates manufacturing hall
On 6 June 2017 the new storage and manufacturing hall of KEMAS was inaugurated in the presence of staff and guests. The most prominent guest besides state and local politicians, the management of mother company KEBA AG as well as further KEMAS partners was the Saxon State Minister of Justice, Sebastian Gemkow, who specially came for the opening.
KEMAS CEO Hans-Jürgen Grämer took the opportunity in his opening speech to review again the achievements and successes of the company. The hall “plant II” with the size of 1200 square metres now has the necessary spatial capacities to continue to grow and come after the increasing demand for KEMAS products. Moreover, a more efficient process mapping will be possible due to the larger storage and manufacturing hall. In the old building new offices will be created for the growing number of employees. A big and modern showroom can now also be realised.
Gerhard Luftensteiner, CEO and Chairman of the Board of KEBA AG, acknowledged the company’s development and once more highlighted the positive synergies between KEBA and KEMAS.
Afterwards, Sebastian Gemkow, Gerhard Luftensteiner and Hans-Jürgen Grämer cut the KEMAS-red ribbon to inaugurate the hall symbolically.
Guests had the chance to have a closer look at the new premises for pre-assembly, assembly, system acceptance and quality control. Ginger Ale, lemonade and canapés rounded off the event.
During a guided tour through the headquarter at “plant I” the Saxon State Minister of Justice had the chance to learn more about self-service solutions from KEMAS and their versatile applications, especially in the justice sector.