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New Liebherr production site in Alsace

The planned production site in Nambsheim for welded components and cabs is expected to provide more than 300 new jobs
The planned production site in Nambsheim for welded components and cabs is expected to provide more than 300 new jobs

Liebherr-France planning to invest €170 million in new manufacturing facilities in Nambsheim

AS part of their efforts to strengthen local supply chains, Liebherr-France SAS are planning to open a new manufacturing site for welded components as well as pre-assembly and assembly work for driver cabs in the EcoRhena industrial park in Nambsheim, Alsace, in 2025. Representing an investment of €170 million on an area of around 47ha, the new facility will create more than 300 jobs.

For several years now, Liebherr-France SAS have been planning to relocate certain activities to the vicinity of their existing crawler excavator manufacturing site in Colmar, to further strengthen both their competitiveness and their independence in the long term.

 

Against this background, Liebherr decided to purchase a site in the EcoRhena industrial park. Close to the existing Colmar facility, not far from the Swiss and German borders and in close proximity to a multimodal transport centre, the EcoRhena site is said to offer the ideal location for this project.

Two different production activities will be carried out at the new facility. One production area will be dedicated to the production of important welded parts (chassis, work equipment etc) for Liebherr’s construction machinery portfolio, such as crawler and mobile excavators, whilst the second production area is planned for pre-assembly and assembly work on driver's cabs.

 

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