Adhesives provider H.B. Fuller has broken ground for a new technical center at its existing site in Lüneburg, Germany. The ceremony, on Aug. 12, was attended by Mayor Ulrich Mädge, along with representatives from the company’s leadership team and local employees.
Covering an area of 2,300 square meters, the center will have three sections—one with offices and development laboratories; one containing a staff canteen, meeting rooms and building services; and one that will serve as a customer center, where H.B. Fuller will carry out tests, demonstrations and training.
The expansion is part of a wider business transformation project, designed to streamline and modernize operations and facilitate profitable growth. Construction is scheduled to be completed in the summer of 2014.
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