Grupo Antolin, a leading vehicle interior manufacturer based in Spain recently announced the launch of a new facility in Germany at Bamberg, directed towards the lighting business. The new facility set up by the company will feature neoteric and advanced technology as well as processes with an underlying aim to position Bamberg as a lead lighting electronics plant of Grup Antolin. The new center will facilitate the supplying of components to the automotive manufacturers and other plants of the company.
The company saves a goal to enhance the experience for its customer services in terms of deadlines, quality, and costs. Other than the production plant, Bamberg also owns an advanced Technical Center operated by experts that focus on technological developments to expand its lighting business with its dynamic ambient lighting products. This technical center underpins the company’s operations in Europe, India, China, the United States, and Mexico.
The new facility based in Bamberg will offer employment opportunities to around 400 people with 80 of them in the Technical Center and it produces nearly 2,500 types of variegated components for the premium car markers. A total amount of €11.5 million has been invested in the construction of the new facility that replaces the old plant and during the industrial launch of novel lighting projects in 2018.
The launch of a new centre in Bamberg is an evidence to the strong commitment of Grupo Antolin towards the development of the lighting business unit that possesses huge growth potential. With a large industrial network of the company, it possesses the proficiency to deliver a broad range of interior lighting products to its customers. To fuel the growth strategy of the company and to add value to its products, Grupo Antolin has been making hefty investments in the development of innovative lighting solutions with a strong focus on the electronics that can be combined with appealing items. Such solutions empower the company to provide a 360 degrees round integration of lighting in its instrument panels, doors, sunvisors, and overheads.