In our world, the only constant is change.

Like everywhere else, the one thing you can be sure of at SCHOLPP is change. It’s the only way for an expert company to succeed in today’s globalized world where markets are constantly changing. In our News area, you’ll find the latest information about SCHOLPP, our customers and the industry.

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Award-winning: SCHOLPP receives the Supplier Award from TRUMPF

The most important suppliers in Ditzingen/Baden-Württemberg come together at the supplier day hosted by the high-tech company TRUMPF. In 2017, around 140 representatives from the most important TRUMPF suppliers were invited to the supplier day, and for the first time ever, the best of these suppliers were honored with a Supplier Award. One of three...

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On track for continued growth: business involving new machines increases

The Commerzbank report and the German Mechanical Engineering Industry Association (VDMA) forecast positive outlooks for German machine manufacturers. At the end of 2017, both institutes predicted that business within the sector should see a three percent increase in total revenue in 2018. Both Commerzbank and VDMA are basing these optimistic...

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SCHOLPP Group acquires IndustrieMontagen Thüringen

Effective October 1, 2017, the operations and personnel of the insolvent company IndustrieMontagen Thüringen GmbH, based in Weimar, have been transferred to SCHOLPP GmbH.

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Ten years of SCHOLPP in Erfurt

What began in August 2007 with two employees and office space in a cargo transport center has, in the ensuing ten years, evolved into a success story. The team led by Branch Manager Kai Kretzer has grown continually and now includes almost 40 employees.

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Production comes closer to sales markets again

The results of a current Miebach study indicate a trend, even for production companies, which had previously only affected the retail industry. Instead of producing goods only in far-off countries, companies are increasingly focusing on close-to-market locations.

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Onshoring is on the rise in Germany

Business units in other countries are increasingly returning to Germany. This has been documented in a recently published study commissioned by the Association of German Engineers (VDI) and conducted by the Karlsruhe University of Technology and the Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research (ISI).

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