Unitechnik Group

Reorganization for greater efficiency

The Unitechnik Group has reorganized its structure from a corporate law point of view: The business of Unitechnik Cieplik & Poppek AG located in Wiehl was merged with the previous subsidiary ICM Airport Technics GmbH based in Viernheim. Now, the company operates under the name of Unitechnik Systems GmbH. The two fields of competence being logistics systems and air cargo handling are united in one company. Unitechnik Systems in Wiehl will take care of the market segments production automation and precast concrete technology.

Apart from Unitechnik Systems and ICM Airport Technics, the following...

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