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New headquarters for Thomas Lorenz Industrietechnik

New headquarters for Thomas Lorenz Industrietechnik

News 06.09.2019

For over 25 years, Thomas Lorenz Industrietechnik GmbH & Co. KG has been making plastic components moulded out of BMC/CIC/SMC glass-fibre reinforced composite materials. To meet growing demand for contract manufacturing, since the beginning of 2019 the company has been successively moving to a new approx. 60,000 m2 site in Spenge, whereof 25,000 m2 are already available for the new moulding plant. “With our high-performance 350 t to 2,000 t presses, we can make a huge range of moulded parts, from small to enormous,” reports CEO Thomas Lorenz. “To optimise the logistics processes for this, we decided to move to a larger site.” The new facility in Spenge is equipped and ready to meet future challenges in a host of industries, including construction and infrastructure, home appliances and automotive.

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With printing presses ranging from 350 to 2,000 tons, Thomas Lorenz Industrietechnik GmbH produces moulded parts from small to enormous, for example for vehicle interiors

Thanks to the company’s enlarged machine park, it can now respond to customer wishes even more efficiently and flexibly. As experts in thermosetting plastics, the company serves as a contract manufacturer as well as all-in supplier, and advises customers based on its years of experience.

The Lorenz team accompanies customers from the initial idea, to component design to make best use of material qualities, to FEM calculation and mould-making, to final assembly and shipping to the major client or end customer.

The design department does simulations to determine whether the desired geometries are feasible, or if not, to present alternatives. “Our experienced engineers assist from the first mould drawing through to production and logistics,” says Lorenz. “One of our specialities is the development of special solutions, such as for plastic components in combination with concrete, or completely new materials tailored to specific product requirements.”

Development and production of special machines for the plastics industry and for metal turning and milling are also available on request.

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