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Build-to-print from teamtechnik - The basis for major projects is process expertise and professional project management

Image caption: A complex build-to-print system being commissioned at teamtechnik
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Systems specialist teamtechnik also regularly creates build-to-print systems for its customers - with order volumes even into the multiple millions. Time and again, the key feature here is short delivery times. The projects range from single machines through to complex turnkey systems with sophisticated process technology. The systems specialist builds them exactly to the technical specifications provided by its customers – and in an astonishingly short time.

Prerequisites for successful implementation of build-to-print projects are professional project management, efficient process workflows already in place and comprehensive process know-how. Over many years teamtechnik has standardized its entire organizational and process flows – throughout the entire value chain. Thanks to these best-practice methods and a global positioning with plentiful resources, the system builder is able to complete major projects within a tight time frame.

‘Trust in expertise and a mastery of assembly and testing processes plays a major part when awarding contracts for large build-to-print projects. This is where we score points’, says Frank Hack, Managing Director Medtech at teamtechnik Maschinen und Anlagen GmbH.

For over 40 years teamtechnik has developed and built custom assembly and test lines. Experienced engineers and software specialists create automated production solutions for companies in the automotive, medical technology and new energy sectors. ‘This experience is crucial for the tight budgets and schedules of our build-to-print projects. And this is how we can implement even high-performance systems with complex integrated testing technology within a short period of time’, stresses Frank Hack.




A brief portrait: teamtechnik Group

The group, based in Freiberg am Neckar, Germany, focuses on developing and building custom automation solutions for the new energy, medical technology, and automotive sectors. Founded in 1976, teamtechnik now has production sites in Germany, Poland, PRC and the United States. With over 950 employees worldwide, the systems manufacturer achieves a turnover of €180 million.