Brief Today
2016 04.14
Broetje ( Changzhou ) Automation Co., Ltd held the Opening Ce

On September12th, 2013, Broetje ( Changzhou ) Automation Co., Ltd. held its opening ceremony in Guozhan Electrical and Mechanical Industrial Park in CND. Vice-consul of German consulate, Mr. Stephan Möbs, Vice Director of CND, Mr. Jin Liwei, Vice Director of Commercial Bureau, Ms. Jiang Leiyan , CEO of Broetje, Mr. Bernd Schröder, and CFO of Broetje, Mr. Ingo Körner attended the opening ceremony. Mr. Jin Liwei delivered a warm speech at the ceremony, expressing the congratulations of CND and firm commitment on support and effective services by adhering to the principle of " openness, cooperation, innovation and win-win result" for the common development of the new company and local society.

Headquartered in Weaver Stadler, Germany, Broetje Automation Co., Ltd (BROETJE AUTOMATION) was first founded in 1976.

With a long history in the field of automated assembly equipment and engineering R & D, Broetje is full of experience. Its products include automatic transmission and assembly systems equipment, composite materials manufacturing equipment as well as automatic and manual assembly equipment. Additionally, as the supplier of worldwide commercial aircraft riveting machine, Broetje’s products are sold to Europe, America and Asia. The scope of business even covers some military departments in these areas. In 2006, the annual sales exceeded 50 million Euros, in 2011 reached over 100 million Euros. Since its establishment, Broetje's business scope gradually evolved from the basic tools to the complete equipment construction, then transferred into providing a complete solution. Now, Broetje has won orders from China C919 aircraft project, consequently, Broetje will start operation inside the lease plant (No. 19) inside Guozhan Electrical & Mechanical Industrial Park, and it will be working on the wing product by the manual assembling processes. Its registered capital is 1.5 million Euros for the first phase with a total investment of 2.14 million Euros. It is expected to create 30 employment opportunities.