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Discover what´s possibleThe NIEDAX GROUP
NIEDAX has been synonymous with modern electrical systems for over 90 years. Decades of experience and pioneering innovation have created the international NIEDAX GROUP. Based in Linz am Rhein, Germany, the Group currently employs a workforce of around 1800 across the globe. Niedax, Kleinhuis, Fintech, Rico, Ebo, Niedax France, Gouda Holland and ACS: these are the brands that form the NIEDAX GROUP, a strong group of companies that is now a global leader in the design and manufacture of cable support systems. A portfolio of over 45,000 products covers all your cable management systems in projects including industrial plants, office complexes, power plants and sports arenas.
Continuity defines both the company history of the NIEDAX GROUP and its management structure. Bruno Reufels has headed the group as Chairman of the Board of Management and Global Head of Sales for two decades now, with great success. Alongside him on the executive board are Alexander Horn and Rolf Luthardt.
With our own sales subsidiaries and production sites in 26 different countries across the globe, 80 sales partners and a comprehensive warehousing network, we can operate flexibly and locally all over the world. Our expertise is not limited to the manufacture of modern and innovative cable management systems for ceilings, walls and floors. We are also specialists in research and development, sales and distribution, technical support, and the planning and provision of assembly and installation services.
We produce our pioneering installation systems at our 100,000m² central production facility in St. Katharinen near Linz am Rhein. St. Katharinen is also home to the new technology centre ALLEGRO, a 10,000m² site that includes one of the most modern hot-dip galvanizing plants in Europe. With fully automated material handling and innovative simulation tools, the site is setting new standards in galvanization process optimisation.
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