Meusburger/ PSG Meusburger merges with PSG

Editor: Briggette Jaya

China – Austria-based manufacturer of standard parts, hot runner and control systems Meusburger, has announced that its branch in China, Meusburger Mould and Die (Wuxi) Co., Ltd. has merged with PSG China as of 1 September 2017.

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L to R: Haifang Wei (CFO Meusburger Wuxi), Daniel Fuchs (Member of Executive Board, Meusburger), Adrian Low (CEO Meusburger Wuxi), Udo Fuchslocher (CEO PSG) Stefan Dür (Head of Sales, Meusburger).
L to R: Haifang Wei (CFO Meusburger Wuxi), Daniel Fuchs (Member of Executive Board, Meusburger), Adrian Low (CEO Meusburger Wuxi), Udo Fuchslocher (CEO PSG) Stefan Dür (Head of Sales, Meusburger).
(Source: Meusburger)

Also known as little Shanghai, the six-million metropole Wixu is one of Eastern China’s economic centres located in the province of Jiangsu that has grown and expanded economically and is said to churn out half of the China’s turnover.

Meusburger Mould and Die (Wuxi) opened its sales office here in 2010, while PSG China took off in 2015. Both together now occupy a new premise with over 40 employees. Their new site of 250 m2 conforms to Meusburger’s principle of having its offerings being consistently available to its customers and provides dispatch all over China within two days.

This co-operation will be advantageous to both Meusburger and PSG customers, offering them an expanded portfolio, joint expertise and a centralised customer service.

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