MAG Completes First Phase of New China Plant

November 18, 2009 at 8:00 am

Erlanger, Kentucky – MAG Industrial Automation Systems will complete the first phase of a new plant in Changchun, China, by the end of November, with production of machine tools and factory automation systems set to begin in February 2010. The new plant, located in the Changchun Economic and Technical Development Zone, is being established in two phases, the first of which covers more than 6,000 m2 of production and offices located on a campus of 13,000 m2.

“This new facility complements our operations in Beijing and Shanghai to offer unique technical knowledge and increased production capacity for faster, better service. Our Chinese footprint will greatly increase Chinese industrial productivity and technological capabilities,” said Daniel D. Janka, President MAG. “With year-over-year GDP growth of nearly nine percent in the third quarter this year, the Chinese market is a bright spot in the global economy, and MAG China has rapidly grown to meet the needs of the aggressive infrastructure build-out going on in that country and the greater Asian market.”( Manufacturing & Technology eJournal | November 12, 2009)

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Entry filed under: Asia, Business Development, Global Business, Imports/Exports, NKITA, Northern Kentucky, small business.

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