Pöttmes. Great honor for the international TAKTOMAT Group from Pöttmes in the Swabian district of Aichach-Friedberg: The Bavarian Economics Minister, Franz Josef Pschierer, visited the booth of the leading manufacturer of sophisticated handling and drive Technology during the opening of automatica, the world's leading exhibition for intelligent automation and robotics.
The central topic at the automatica and also at TAKTOMAT is the optimization of production. With its comprehensive portfolio such as rotary indexing tables, bevel gearboxes, disc-type stepping gear and transfer devices as well as linear link systems, the family-owned company significantly improves the competitiveness of its renowned customers such as AUDI, BMW, VW, KUKA, Siemens, Airbus and ABB as well as smaller medium-sized companies. The TAKTOMAT products assert themselves on the world market by robust construction, short switching times, high cycle intervals and highest reliability.
The internationalization of the markets is also a significant growth driver for TAKTOMAT. In the past fiscal year, sales increased in the double-digit range. In addition to sales offices in Germany, the group of companies based in Pöttmes is now also represented in Finland, Spain, Hungary, the USA, China, South Korea, Brazil, Turkey and Malaysia. In the near future, founder and managing director Norbert Hofstetter wants to open up new markets in Scandinavia.
After the first few days at the automatica, TAKTOMAT shows recognizable optimism. "Markets have developed very strongly and solidly in recent years worldwide," adds Norbert Hofstetter, "many sectors and regions still have some catching up to do in terms of automation. In addition, companies have to constantly improve their productivity. "Hofstetter is confident:" During the automatica we were able to strengthen our relationships with our customers and make new, promising business contacts. Of course, there are always political and economic risks. But there are few reasons why the positive development should not continue in the coming years. "
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