Häcker Kitchens has recently acquired two plots of land close to its head office in Rödinghausen, eastern Westphalia, for the construction of new factories in order to “expand its production capacities to the level necessary for the coming decades”.
According to the company, the cost of the land makes it the “biggest investment in the history of the company so far”. The two plots together offer around 380,000sq m of space. “These two plots of land offer us the space we need for our further growth in the coming decades,” said Häcker Kitchens CEO Jochen Finkemeier.
“We have invested a high amount into this land, which is also the highest investment our company has ever made. However, with this investment, we wanted to emphasise our commitment to a future in the local region and to our current and future employees, suppliers and customers.”
Häcker Kitchens general manager Dirk Krupka added: “We are confident that in the medium-term, we will be able to construct new factories on both plots. The current plans include a kitchen furniture production facility and a new prefabrication factory.”
Hacker produces modern fitted kitchens that fulfil the highest claims in terms of quality, functionality, durability and design. The Hacker name is well known in the sector as a guarantee of sound design, reliability, commitment and success.
With 1400 employees, sales in more than 60 countries via 2.500 trading partners in the qualified kitchen trade and turnover in excess of €512 million Hacker German kitchens are considered a high/medium to low/premium brand with some 39,5 % of its production sent out for export.
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