New purpose-built facility south of Pittsburgh

Hennecke Inc. moves North American company headquarters

Hennecke GROUP moved its North American company headquarters to a new purpose-built facility south of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The new headquarters in Bridgeville features more office and conference space, a research and development laboratory, a modern parts warehouse and areas for machinery repair and mixhead rebuilding services. Modern construction methods and better use of space resulted in a more efficient and sustainable structure.

"This building better represents the innovation and leading polyurethane technology that we provide," said Lutz Heidrich, General Manager of Hennecke Inc. "We even used some of the materials that our customers make in the construction process."

The new building is insulated with continuous, foil-faced polyiso panels made by Hunter Panels, a Carlisle Construction Materials company. It also contains hot water heaters manufactured by Bradford White. Both companies are Hennecke customers. Hennecke’s new headquarters features an R&D laboratory with low-pressure and high-pressure polyurethane processing machines that can be used for raw materials testing, customer trials, equipment training and demonstrations. A state-of-the-art warehouse, which incorporates automation and space-saving use of vertical lift modules (VLM) holds Hennecke’s North American parts inventory. In the spacious office area, conference and engineering zones were designed to foster communication and collaboration. The North American headquarters is one of many Hennecke GROUP locations worldwide. Besides its corporate headquarters in Germany, the Hennecke GROUP operates facilities in China, India, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Russia, Singapore, South Korea and Thailand.

Opening ceremony in spring 2019: Lutz Heidrich, Roxanne Levandosky, Luca Oldani and Benjamin Sandelowsky
Opening ceremony in spring 2019: Lutz Heidrich (General Manager), Roxanne Levandosky (Marketing Manager), Luca Oldani (HenneckeMachinery Shanghai) and Benjamin Sandelowsky (Director of Service).

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