Nidec SYS Building New Facilities in Germany

Participating in the ceremonial ground-breaking were (from left): Hartmut Conrad, Director of Operations for Nidec SYS GmbH; Stefan Ebner, member of State Parliment; Toshiya Kawaharada, Nidec Kyori representative for Nidec SYS; Christoph Roll, Director of Finance for Nidec SYS GmbH; Alexander Mayer, Mayor of the city of Grafenau; Werner Borth, CSO of Nidec SYS GmbH; David Winch, CEO of Nidec Press & Automation;Ronald J. Arling, President of Nidec Press & Automation; Arno Kranz, CFO of Nidec SYS GmbH; Sebastian Gruber, Councilman of Freyung-Grafenau.

Nidec SYS Building New Facilities in Germany

GRAFENAU, Germany – Nidec SYS GmbH and Nidec Press & Automation officials were on hand recently at a ceremonial ground-breaking celebration for a new SYS plant in Grafenau.

The new facility is being constructed at SYS’s current location in Grafenau, and will increase the company’s production capabilities by 60 percent. The 17 million euro investment will create 3,000 square meters of new  production space, 1,200 square meters of office space and 500 square meters for storage.

Currently with 130 employees, Nidec SYS offers comprehensive high-quality turnkey manufacturing solutions. Products include high speed servo feeds, spindle presses, related automation, integrated controls with state-of-the-art production management and monitoring software along with specialized high-speed press remanufacturing.

Founded in 1994, SYS joined the Nidec Press & Automation group of companies in 2019, and works closely with other NP&A companies to provide integrated solutions for a variety of metal forming applications. Additional NP&A brands include: Minster Presses (Ohio); Arisa Presses (Spain); Kyori Presses (Japan); Vamco Feeds (Pittsburgh); CHS Coil Lines (Michigan); and Automatic Feed (Ohio).

NP&A group companies include more than 1,400 employees from 12 locations. The group operates a shared global customer service network with major service centers located in Minster, Ohio, Mexico, Germany and China.

New facility construction underway for new Nidec SYS plant in Grafenau, Germany. — © Karl Bachl GmbH & Co. KG,