Around 40 participants from regional companies, schools, and the university took part in the two-hour tour of four important JUMO divisions.
The visitors were able to gain a comprehensive impression of JUMO's capabilities. The wide range of the JUMO product portfolio is naturally also reflected in production. Thus, JUMO was able to present and familiarize the visitors with the areas of metal technology, pressure measurement technology, SMT assembly, and even temperature sensor technology.
The Engineering High-Tech Cluster has been supporting the exchange between industry and companies for more than 10 years, and the association attaches great importance to making companies "fit" for Industry 4.0. This is where JUMO can tie in directly with its innovative products, such as from Sensor to Cloud.
"We were pleased to be able to outline our growth strategy as a supplier of high-quality sensor and automation technology, and what role the new plant in the Fulda-West Technology Park plays in this," said Harald Schöppner, Head of Global Development.
As a founding member, JUMO has been an important part of the cluster for 15 years. "From the very beginning, the cooperation has been characterized by openness and great trust and the common goal of successfully developing Fulda as a technology location. We were therefore happy to accept the invitation to the plant tour, because it offers not only many interesting insights but also the opportunity to exchange experiences and cultivate contacts," emphasized Christian Vey, Managing Director of the Engineering-High-Tech-Cluster Fulda.
Of course, networking was not neglected. With a delicious snack and cool drinks, there was enough time for inspiring conversations and an intensive exchange afterwards.