Each year around 130 filling facilities are manufactured in Stollberg. And each unit consists of four main component groups: main units, switching cabinets, consoles and adapters. These units are shipped from the warehouse and logistics centre to vehicle manufacturers throughout the world. Once on site, the Somac specialists handle installation and commissioning on behalf of the customers.
During the inauguration ceremony, Dürr Somac also took the opportunity to look back on ten successful years in Stollberg. In the year 2005, the company had relocated from Chemnitz to Stollberg so as to be able to further expand its business. The move was a success: since then sales have tripled, with record revenues of over € 75 million projected for 2015.
On Wednesday evening, Minister-President Tillich had this to say in his address to more than 200 invited guests and employees: „With their creativity and innovative strength companies like Dürr Somac contribute to the good global reputation of cars made in Germany.”
Ralf W. Dieter, Chairman of the Management Board of the parent company Dürr, appreciated the combination of Saxon engineering skills and global performance: “With its product range Dürr Somac maintains its position as the global market leader and technology pioneer. This says a great deal about the innovative strength of the team in Stollberg.”
Dürr Somac equipment allows vehicles to be filled with up to twelve different fluids or gases during final assembly. These include, among others, brake fluid, coolant, fuel as well as refrigerant for air-conditioners. Dürr Somac supplies vehicle manufacturers around the world. In addition to orders from Germany and the European Union, the company is currently handling orders for projects in South Africa, Mexico, China, India and Russia. Today’s Dürr Somac GmbH was founded in 1979 and has been active in the field of filling technology since 1992.