4Jet Spins-off Micro­machining Business

German laser system integrator 4Jet's headquarter in Alsdorf (Source: 4Jet)

German laser system integrator 4Jet’s headquarter in Alsdorf (Source: 4Jet)

Setting course for focused future growth after another year of record sales in 2015, German laser system integrator 4Jet Technologies GmbH has transferred its micromachining business to an independent entity – 4Jet Microtech GmbH & Co KG.

The company had seen double digit growth in this segment for seven consecutive years. It has specialised in laser systems for processing of delicate technical surfaces and supplies its key market “Tire and Automotive” with laser machines for cleaning of automotive parts and tire molds, tire marking and bonding preparation to all leading tire makers and numerous automotive suppliers.

Today 4Jet is supplying equipment for mold cleaning, tire marking or other material processing solutions to every major international tire manufacturer. Customers also include other automotive suppliers and leading OEMs. Its international customer base in over 35 countries is being supported by a network of subsidiary offices and agencies for sales and technical service.

The micromachining business develops solutions for processing glass and solar cells for international blue chip customers. This segment has been operating as a separate business unit and grown steadily since the downturn of the solar equipment industry in 2012. It will now be transferred into a stand-alone company.
The two companies will continue to cooperate in the Alsdorf facility under a cooperation and shared service agreement. Management will remain in place at both units.

Links: 4Jet Technologies GmbH, Alsdorf, Germany

 

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