Viessmann starts tube production in China

<b>Dr. Martin Viessmann signs the first tube from the Chinese factory. </b><br><i>Photos: Viessmann</i>
Dr. Martin Viessmann signs the first tube from the Chinese factory.
Photos: Viessmann

In the autumn of 2008, Viessmann purchased the shares of the German manufacturer Eurocol in the Chinese joint venture Eurocon and thus became the sole shareholder. From 2010 onwards, around 300 employees will produce 650,000 vacuum tubes, which Viessmann will assemble into collectors. For 2012, the company aims at a production volume of one million tubes.
Viessmann says that the short transport routes from the factory in Dachang to Beijing airport and to the sea cargo port Xingang were the reason for selecting the site.

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