Q&G/Zenith

Q&G Maschinenbau on the way to Zenith

Following the takeover of Zenith, which looks after more than 7,000 customers worldwide, the name Q & G Maschinenbau is changed with immediate effect to Zenith Emden GmbH.

Q & G Maschinenbau GmbH went into operation on 1 September 2013 in the Emden founder’s center. Most of its workforce of 20 had been previously employed by the now insolvent Besser GmbH (OMAG).

Within one year, the company has so rapidly developed and expanded that it by now employees a workforce of 35.

New Zenith 1500 plant developed

Already a few months following its foundation, a modern production hall covering an area of 3,000 m² was rented for processing the orders for plants and conversions that had already come in. In July 2014, Zenith based in Neunkirchen, was taken over to round out the company’s products portfolio. In addition, development of the new Zenith 1,500 production plant could be completed. The erection of a large office building and a new production hall measuring 5,000 m² in the Frisia industry park in Emden is planned in the near future.

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