Dutch press manufacturer MPS Systems has expanded its production facilities with an additional 1,600 sqm building to extend production capacity, warehouse logistics, and secure space for future growth.
MPS experienced rapid growth following a move from its previous headquarters in Didam to more conveniently located and modern facilities in Arnhem, the Netherlands. As the new assembly hall in Arnhem became too restrictive in size to accommodate the increasing demand for MPS machines, the company invested considerable time searching for an alternate location nearby.
The new facility located just across the street from the current headquarters will be used initially to extend the warehouse and MPS assembly lines.
‘Having a beautiful, spacious building across the street from our headquarters doesn’t just give us more space and new energy, but also plenty of new possibilities to consider,’ said Anton Spierenburg, MPS supply chain and operations manager. With our ambitious global plans, MPS is planning for more growth in the future. We’re planning to use this space for the build of our press lines, but it also gives us the opportunity to redesign our main building to maximize space and efficiencies in both locations.’
MPS’ address remains the same at Delta 100 in Arnhem, the Netherlands. The new location is Delta 134.