TURBO-TECHNIK breaks ground for new production hall with Lower Saxony's Minister of Economic Affairs

The medium-sized family owned company TURBO-TECHNIK is investing more than three million euros in a new production  hall. The expansion in Wilhelmshaven will be completed in just five months with the construction and service company Goldbeck. TURBO-TECHNIK, Goldbeck, Niedersachsen Ports and Lower Saxony’s Minister of Economic Affairs Olaf Lies performed the symbolic ground-breaking ceremony on March 7, 2024.

In the new hall with an area of around 1,600 square meters, the company will implement steel and plant construction projects that are urgently needed for the upcoming energy transition. The equipment therefore includes a heavy-duty hall floor and two 20-tonne overhead cranes as well as an additional WHG-compliant outdoor storage area for the environmentally friendly storage of process-relevant materials.

“Today’s ground-breaking ceremony marks another significant step in the continuous development of our family business. With this investment, we not only want to meet the increasing demands of the market and future customer requirements, but also commit to our location and ensure economic security for our employees in the coming years,” emphasizes the Managing Partner Martin M. Dassler. “Special thanks go to our Minister of Economic Affairs and Niedersachsen Ports, who have made it possible to expand the site at the same time.” Lower Saxony’s Minister of Economic Affairs, Olaf Lies (SPD), praised the “clear commitment of SMEs to Germany as a business location” and presented the funding decision for Turbo-Technik at the ground-breaking ceremony. “This courageous family business is sending an important signal with its decision to invest in this location. And it is precisely in these uncertain times that our economy needs such signals of confidence,” said the Minister. “Only those who position themselves for the future can survive the competition. TURBO-TECHNIK is creating real added value here, offering its employees a great deal of security with this investment and creating more jobs at the site.”