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2016


July 06-07, Eid Greeting

July 06-07, Eid Greeting.

Segenap manajemen dan karyawan PT. Kobexindo Equipment mengucapkan "Selamat Hari Raya Idul Fitri 1437 H"

All management and employees of PT. Kobexindo Equipment wishing you a very "Happy Eid Al-Fitr 1437 H"

 

April 07 - 09, Cleaning & Laundry Exhibition 2016

PT Kobexindo Equipment bergabung dalam Pameran Cleaning & Laundry 2016 yang diselenggarakan pada tanggal 7 – 9 April 2016 di JIEXPO Kemayoran.

PT Kobexindo Equipment bergabung dalam Pameran Cleaning & Laundry 2016 yang diselenggarakan pada tanggal 7 – 9 April 2016 di JIEXPO Kemayoran.

PT Kobexindo Equipment joined in Cleaning & Laundry Exhibition 2016 which held on 7th – 9th April 2016 at JIEXPO Kemayoran.

 

March 29 - April 01, Indonesia Forklift Exhibition 2016

PT Kobexindo Equipment bergabung dalam Pameran Forklift Indonesia 2016 yang diselenggarakan pada tanggal 29 Maret – 01 April 2016 di JIEXPO Kemayoran.

PT Kobexindo Equipment bergabung dalam Pameran Forklift Indonesia 2016 yang diselenggarakan pada tanggal 29 Maret – 01 April 2016 di JIEXPO Kemayoran.

PT Kobexindo Equipment joined in Indonesia Forklift Exhibition 2016 which held on 29th March – 01st April 2016 at JIEXPO Kemayoran. .

 

March 23, Jungheinrich Maintains Course for Growth in 2016

Jungheinrich Maintains Course for Growth in 2016

  • Fiscal 2015 closes with double-digit growth in incoming orders, net sales, EBIT and EBT
  • Incoming orders up 12 per cent in value (469 million euros) and 6 per cent in units (16.8 thousand trucks
  • Net sales up 10 per cent to 432 million euros as of the end of February
  • Forecast for 2016 net sales between 2.9 and 3.0 billion euros

Hamburg—The Jungheinrich Group stayed its course for growth, getting off to a very good start in 2016. Having recorded all-time highs in the 2015 financial year, all of the key performance indicators rose significantly in the first two months of the current year. The Board of Management expects a strong fiscal 2016.

Says Hans-Georg Frey, Chairman of the Board of Management of Jungheinrich AG, "Our performance in 2015 was very good, as evidenced by the double-digit growth rates posted by incoming orders, net sales, EBIT and EBT, the gains in market share in both Europe and worldwide, and the important strategic projects. Based on the positive development in the first two months of the current year and our assessment of the market, we expect incoming orders to total between 3.0 and 3.1 billion euros and consolidated net sales to range from 2.9 to 3.0 billion euros in 2016. Our assessment is that EBIT will amount to between 220 and 230 million euros in the financial year underway."

January to February 2016 and Assessment of the Market in 2016

Jungheinrich anticipates that the world material handling equipment market will grow slightly in terms of volume in 2016. Market volume in Western and Eastern Europe is currently expected to display positive development. Opportunities may arise in Russia where initial signs of a recovery are becoming apparent. Jungheinrich expects the Asian markets to expand marginally, driven by the warehousing equipment and battery-powered counterbalanced truck segments. It remains to be seen whether the shrinking market for IC engine-powered counterbalanced trucks will recover in Asia. Jungheinrich anticipates that the North American market will record stable development, although a slight contraction cannot be ruled out, in view of the surprising cool-down in the first two months of the year.

At 167 thousand forklift trucks, the global material handling equipment market was slightly bigger at the end of February 2016 than by the same point in time last year (164 thousand trucks). During the same period, market volume in Europe, Jungheinrich’s main sales market, rose by 14 per cent to 65 thousand forklifts (prior year: 57 thousand trucks).

Jungheinrich displayed very positive development in this environment, maintaining its course for growth. In the first two months of the new fiscal year, the value of incoming orders totaled 469 million euros and was thus 12 per cent higher than the 418 million euros recorded a year earlier. Incoming orders in terms of units climbed by 6 per cent in the first two months to 16.8 thousand forklifts (prior year: 15.8 thousand trucks). Amounting to 530 million euros, orders on hand in new truck business as of the end of February 2016 exceeded the 477 million euros achieved by December 31, 2015 by 11 per cent. In the first two months of 2016, the Jungheinrich Group’s net sales totaled 432 million euros (prior year: 391 million euros), surpassing the year-earlier figure by 10 per cent. During the same period, production volume advanced by 10 per cent to 15.1 thousand forklifts (prior year: 13.7 thousand trucks).

 

March 03, Jungheinrich’s Successful 2016: Ambitious Full-Year Forecast Exceeded

Jungheinrich further expands global sales and service network

  • Double-digit growth in incoming orders, net sales, EBIT and EBT
  • Value of incoming orders up 11 per cent to 2.82 billion euros
  • Market share increased worldwide and in core market Europe
  • Production figures exceed 90,000 units for the first time
  • EBIT rises 10 per cent to 213 million euros
  • Dividend proposed for preferred shares 14 per cent higher

The Jungheinrich Group brought fiscal 2015 to a very successful end, posting strong growth in all key performance indicators. New record highs were achieved for incoming orders, production, net sales and all earnings figures.

Hans-Georg Frey, Chairman of the Board of Management of Jungheinrich AG,“Fiscal 2015 was another very successful year for Jungheinrich. We bested our ambitious forecast for our key financials incoming orders, net sales, EBIT and EBT and increased our market share in our main market Europe and worldwide. Furthermore in 2015, consolidated earnings rose to 138 million euros. Jungheinrich has constantly achieved positive results for its shareholders in recent years. The good level of incoming orders at the end of last year has been maintained in 2016 and gives us reason to be optimistic regarding the first half of the year.“

In 2015, incoming orders in terms of units amounted to 97.1 thousand forklift trucks – up 13 per cent on the comparable figure for the preceding year (85.6 thousand trucks). This momentum clearly exceeds that of the world market, which was flat, with a total of 1.1 million units (prior year: 1.09 million units) and is stronger than the positive development displayed by Europe, Jungheinrich’s core market, which posted 8 per cent growth, expanding to 373 thousand units (prior year: 345 thousand units). In sum, this performance enabled Jungheinrich to increase its share of the European and global markets.

 

March 04, Event Operator Training

Pelatihan operator  sebagai komitmen departemen rental sehingga operator - operator dari para pelanggan semakin terlatih

Pelatihan operator sebagai komitmen departemen rental sehingga operator - operator dari para pelanggan semakin terlatih.

Event Operator Training , as the commitment of the rental department so that operators of customers are increasingly well-trained.

 

January 15, Jungheinrich further expands global sales and service network

Jungheinrich further expands global sales and service network

  • Sales companies established in Chile, Romania and South Africa
  • Jungheinrich now has a presence through proprietary direct sales in 36 countries worldwide
  • Resolute implementation of the international growth strategy continued successfully

Hamburg/Johannesburg/Ploiesti/Santiago de Chile
Following the acquisition of the dealership in Malaysia and the majority stake in NTP Forklifts in Australia in 2015, Jungheinrich is resolutely forging ahead with the expansion of its direct sales organization and, in turn, the implementation of its international growth strategy.

On its core market, Europe, Jungheinrich acquired the Jungheinrich operations of the dealership Wylze-Logistik in Romania in January 2016 en route to founding a sales company. However, Jungheinrich was particularly active outside Europe. The establishment of Jungheinrich South Africa occurred as early as 2015. The newly established sales company in Chile, South America's third-largest material handling equipment market, is scheduled to take up operations in April 2016. Personnel and assets of the dealerships BME Group (South Africa) and Spitec Renta Lift (Chile) were or will be taken over during the course of the companies' foundation.

The positive developments in all three countries established the prerequisites for becoming active with proprietary direct sales operations, thereby strengthening Jungheinrich's local presence substantially. The Hamburg-based family-owned company is thusresolutely continuing to implement its international growth strategy.

Dr. Lars Brzoska, member of the Board of Management in charge of sales:
“Now Jungheinrich is represented through its own sales companies in 36 countries the world over, giving us a really strong presence. In line with the Group's strategy, we are resolutely expanding our global network, enabling us to tap and exhaust market potential more comprehensively.“

Jungheinrich AG
Jungheinrich ranks among the world’s leading companies in the material handling equipment, warehousing and material flow engineering sectors. The company is an intralogistics service and solution provider with manufacturing operations, which offers its customers a comprehensive range of forklift trucks, logistic systems, services and advice. Jungheinrich shares are traded on all German stock exchanges.

 

January 21, Annual Meeting PT Kobexindo Equipment

Annual Meeting PT Kobexindo Equipment 2016

Annual Meeting PT Kobexindo Equipment dilaksanakan pada 21 Januari 2016.
PT Kobexindo Equipment held Annual Meeting 2016 on 21st January 2016.

 

January 15, PT. Kobexindo Equipment had opened a New Representative Office in Batam

PT. Kobexindo Equipment had opened a New Representative Office  in Batam

Atas komitmen kami untuk memberikan pelayanan yang lebih cepat dan berkualitas kepada customer kami, maka pada tanggal 15 Januari 2016, PT. Kobexindo Equipment membuka kantor perwakilan di Batam

For our commitment to provide faster service and quality to our customers, on January 15, 2016, PT. Kobexindo Equipment had opened a new representative Office in Batam.

 

 

2015


December 14-15, Sales Conference 2015 PT Kobexindo Equipment

Sales Conference 2015 PT Kobexindo Equipment

PT Kobexindo Equipment mengadakan acara Sales Conference PT Kobexindo Equipment 2015 dengan dilanjuti Warehouse Navigation Training di Lembang, Bandung.
PT Kobexindo Equipment held Sales Conference of PT Kobexindo Equipment 2015, then followed a Warehouse Navigation Training in Lembang, Bandung.

 

December 7, Jungheinrich: Innovations Leader in Intralogistics Solutions

Jungheinrich: Innovations Leader in Intralogistics Solutions

Under the key slogan of “CONNECT”, the Hamburg-based enterprise will be appearing at the LogiMAT 2016 exhibition in Stuttgart with a special focus on intelligent, innovative solutions for the deployment of industrial trucks in intralogistics applications. A special highlight will consist of a totally new narrow-aisle forklift, developed in-house by Jungheinrich



At the 14th International Trade Fair for Distribution, Materials Handling and Information Flow (March 8th to 10th 2016), Jungheinrich will be featuring its intralogistics solutions competence, in line with the trade fair’s keynote slogan of “Being Innovative – Shaping Change”. On combined display space of more than 800 square metres, Jungheinrich is the biggest exhibitor at the upcoming LogiMAT.

The main Jungheinrich stand will be located this time in hall 9 (stand 9B02 and 9B04), where the Hamburg-based intralogistics specialists will showcase their full spectrum of industrial trucks and intralogistics solutions. “As a leading intralogistics provider we are taking advantage of this exhibition to present our comprehensive logistics competence, as epitomised by the Jungheinrich slogan for the show: ‘CONNECT’,” remarks Dr Lars Brzoska, Jungheinrich Board of Management member in charge of Sales. “There we will demonstrate to our customers how we are superbly positioned in all areas of intralogistics. Jungheinrich provides every client with an efficient and economical solution tailored to his exact requirements. And we will definitely make this tangible for all our visitors at LogiMAT,” he concludes.

A special highlight at the Jungheinrich stand will consist of the new model series 5 order picker and trilateral forklift manufactured at the Jungheinrich plant in Degernpoint, Germany. This EKX 514-516 narrow-aisle forklift will be officially unveiled to a world specialist audience at LogiMAT 2016. A special test course will be set up to provide live demonstrations of the EKX in action, and tradeshow visitors can try out the new assistance systems and performance modules there themselves. In the words of Dr Klaus-Dieter Rosenbach, Jungheinrich Board of Management member in charge of Logistics Systems Business: "This new Jungheinrich truck will once again establish a benchmark in the industry. 

Jungheinrich will also be highlighting its competence in software and IT hardware for warehouse applications at the “software hall”, hall 7 (Stand 7D21) This includes the Jungheinrich Warehouse Management System (WMS) – an in-house development, plus the company’s Logistics Interface – which already received a BEST PRODUCT award at LogiMAT 2015, as well as a number of wireless data components. The visitor will be treated to integrated and holistic intralogistics solutions for manual and fully automated warehouses and can see for himself how projects with Jungheinrich can be implemented jointly within the shortest possible period of time.

Jungheinrich ranks among the world’s leading companies in the material handling equipment, warehousing and material flow engineering sectors. The company is an intralogistics service and solution provider with manufacturing operations, which offers its customers a comprehensive range of forklift trucks, logistics systems, services and advice. Jungheinrich shares are traded on all German stock exchanges.

 

September 4, Jungheinrich Opens New Training Centre

Jungheinrich Opens New Training CentreJungheinrich Opens New Training Centre

Central training centre for staff members and customers / Workshops for industrial trucks and logistics system equipment / Own production studio for e-learning concepts.



On September 4th Jungheinrich opened its new training centre located at the plant site in Norderstedt, Germany. Taking a total of 12 months, the construction project had an investment volume of approx. EUR 7.5 million. Occupying nearly 8,000 square metres of space, the new centre consists of several different components: a renovated older building, a converted hall and two newly built halls. The Jungheinrich Training Centre will serve as a central training venue for staff members and customers.

A four-storey administration building and hall complex boasts spacious room facilities for theoretical training, with directly adjoining practice areas. Workshops on electric and IC engine powered Jungheinrich industrial trucks will be conducted in separate hall areas. A 12-metre high hall will moreover enable practical exercises using logistic system equipment.

The training complex is complemented by a state-of-the-art conference storey which includes a production studio for e-learning concepts. In the words of Thomas C. Diwan, Head of the Training Centre, Jungheinrich AG: €œThe new training centre represents an attractive, state-of-the-art working environment and offers the ideal prerequisites for providing participants from Germany and abroad with up-to-the-minute training. These new facilities provide us with the capacity to qualify up to 5,000 participants every year.€

The Hamburg-based construction planning agency pbr Planungsbüro Rohling was responsible for the overall planning of the demolition and renovation work as well as the new construction projects.

Jungheinrich ranks among the world€™s leading companies in the material handling equipment, warehousing and material flow engineering sectors. The company is an intralogistics service and solution provider with manufacturing operations, which offers its customers a comprehensive range of forklift trucks, logistics systems, services and advice. Jungheinrich shares are traded on all German stock exchanges.

 

JUNE 13-14, Employee Gathering PT. Kobexindo Equipment

Employee Gathering PT. Kobexindo Equipment

Employee Gathering PT. Kobexindo Equipment at VILLA PONDOK - PUNCAK

 

June 8, Jungheinrich Presents New, Innovative Order Picker Models

Jungheinrich Presents New, Innovative Order Picker Models

Trucks tailored to the application / 10 percent higher performance at 14 percent lower energy consumption / Easy order picking even at second racking level / Integrated Day LED driving light.

Following the successful market launch of its horizontal order picker ECE 225 at LogiMAT 2015, Jungheinrich is unveiling further models to be launched successively over the coming months, starting with the ECE 225 HP (hydraulic lifting platform) and the ECE 225 HP-LJ (hydraulic lifting platform with control unit) variations.

All variations are based on the ECE 225 model, which was recently newly developed as a platform concept with completely overhauled drive and control technology. The models feature substantially enhanced acceleration and driving performance, resulting in up to 10 percent higher turnover compared with the previous series. €œInitial measurements in the field revealed that energy consumption has simultaneously gone down by as much as 14 percent,€ explains Ullrich Mau-Hansen, Product Manager for Order Pickers at Jungheinrich.

The standard version of the truck also has a patented new, cushioned stand-on platform which can be individually set to the driver€™s weight, thus contributing to a significant reduction in human vibrations. Generous space, even for tall drivers, along with a variety of individually adjustable stowing options add up to features €œthat not only speak for the important role played by ergonomics right at the new vehicle development stage at Jungheinrich; they rather embody the state of the art in intralogistics!€ continues Mau-Hansen.

The main feature of the new trucks however consists of their optimal adjustability to customer-specific application requirements. €œIn introducing the first new version of our ECE series we are setting standards once again in this vehicle class,€ reports Mau-Hansen. €œUsers in this vehicle segment have widely varying logistics concepts, with consequently very high expectations in terms of performance, energy efficiency, ruggedness and ergonomics. These new models provide the market with vehicles that are even more tailored to their specific needs,€ he concludes.

New Models: Comfortable Order Picking Even at Second Racking Level
The new horizontal order picker models consist of the ECE 225 HP (hydraulic lifting platform) and the ECE 225 HP-LJ (hydraulic lifting platform with control unit). These order pickers can transport payloads of up to 2,500 kilograms. Both trucks are fitted with a stand-on platform and are especially designed for frequent order picking at the second racking level. Whereas the ECE 225 HP lifts just the hydraulic lifting stand-on platform to the second racking level €“ the operator simply activates a foot button on the platform, leaving his hands free for order picking €“ the ECE 225 HP-LJ allows him to raise both the stand-on platform and the control unit to the second racking level. €œThis makes it possible for the operator to drive the vehicle even when the platform is raised,€ states Mau-Hansen.

A new feature of both model versions consists of an optional integrated Day LED driving light which, according to Mau-Hansen, €œincreases the passive safety factor considerably, and is particularly useful for dimly lit parts of the warehouse.€ Further available options for the new model versions include assistance systems like Curve Control, which automatically reduces the speed when cornering dependent on the payload, as well as three different driving programmes to guarantee the ideal vehicle adjustment to various different application profiles. All vehicle versions can furthermore be equipped with a series of optional packages, for example Drive & Eco Plus, providing for enhanced performance at the same high level of energy efficiency.

Jungheinrich ranks among the world€™s leading companies in the material handling equipment, warehousing and material flow engineering sectors. The company is an intralogistics service and solution provider with manufacturing operations, which offers its customers a comprehensive range of forklift trucks, logistics systems, services and advice. Jungheinrich shares are traded on all German stock exchanges.

 

March 6, Jungheinrich Presents Record Figures

Jungheinrich Presents Record Figures

  • Net sales grow by 9 per cent to 2.5 billion euros
  • Incoming orders over 2.5 billion euros
  • EBIT rises by 12 per cent to 193 million euros
  • Production figures exceed pre-crisis level for the first time
  • Board of Management proposes 21 per cent dividend increasefor preferred shares


Hamburg€”Jungheinrich AG closed the 2014 financial year very successfully, posting record figures in terms of incoming orders, net sales and EBIT. Consolidated net sales were up 9 per cent to 2,498 million euros (prior year: 2,290 million euros). The value of incoming orders, including all business fields, advanced by 8 per cent to 2,535 million euros (prior year: 2,357 million euros). Earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) rose 12 per cent, achieving a new record high of 193 million euros (prior year: 172 million euros).


Jungheinrich thus fully met its forecast for the fiscal year in terms of net sales and exceeded it for incoming orders and EBIT. EBIT benefited from the positive exceptional effect of the adjustment to the Dutch pension plan of 6.7 million euros.

In 2014, the world material handling equipment market expanded by 8 per cent to 1.09 million units, driven by the very positive development displayed by the markets in Western Europe, Asia and the Americas. Europe, Jungheinrich's main sales market, posted growth of 9 per cent to 344,500 units, with demand in Western Europe climbing 11 per cent, whereas the market volume of Eastern Europe was essentially flat (-0.4 per cent).

Unit-based incoming orders in new truck business rose 9 per cent groupwide to 85,600 thousand trucks (prior year: 78,200 units). Production totalled 83,500 forklifts, up 15 per cent on the 72,500 recorded a year earlier and besting the record set in 2007 before the global financial crisis (82,400 units). Says Hans-Georg Frey, Chairman of the Board of Management of Jungheinrich AG: "By putting in a strong performance in the financial year that just ended, we have come a major step closer to our net sales target of 3 billion euros by 2017. Furthermore, in view of the order trend in the first two months of the year, we are confident that 2015 will be another successful year for Jungheinrich."

In 2014, Jungheinrich expanded its workforce by 709 employees, in line with the company's continuing growth. Personnel were added above all in the sales companies in Europe and Asia as well as in the logistics systems business. As of December 31, 2014, the Group employed 12,549 people (prior year: 11,840), 6,911 of whom worked abroad (prior year: 6,484) and 5,638 of whom worked in Germany (prior year: 5,356). The Board of Management of Jungheinrich AG is doing justice to this unusually positive development and proposes to the Supervisory Board that a draft resolution for a dividend increase of 0.18 euros to 0.98 euros per common share and to 1.04 euros per preferred share be submitted to the Annual General Meeting on May 19, 2015 for the passage of said resolution. This represents a 21 per cent increase in the dividend per preferred share.

The company will provide more detailed information on its business performance in 2014 at the annual press conference on March 25, 2015. Jungheinrich ranks among the world€™s leading companies in the material handling equipment, warehousing and material flow engineering sectors. The company is an intralogistics service and solution provider with manufacturing operations, which offers its customers a comprehensive range of forklift trucks, logistics systems, services and advice. Jungheinrich shares are traded on all German stock exchanges.

 

January 28, Jungheinrich: Central Spare Parts Warehouse a Success

Jungheinrich: Central Spare Parts Warehouse a Success

New level in spare parts logistics achieved / Availability up to over 98 percent / More than 4,000 service engineers worldwide.

Jungheinrich clients are reaping the benefits of a highly efficient, in-night delivery service for original spare parts. In September 2013 the Hamburg-based enterprise transferred its central spare parts depot and spare parts management from the previous location at Norderstedt to a newly built spare parts centre at Kaltenkirchen. "This move took Jungheinrich's spare parts logistics to a whole new level," remarked Dirk Schulz, Head of After-sales Services at the Jungheinrich Group. "This has made us the trendsetter for our sector of industry," he added.

The project was planned and implemented by the Jungheinrich logistics systems division. In addition the project was actively supported by the Automatic Systems and Spare Parts Logistics Systems departments as well as the Jungheinrich Sales Centre North. The Warehouse Management System (WMS) and control technology were likewise in-house contributions. Based on its high level of automation, productivity at the Kaltenkirchen spare parts centre was already up 60 percent just a year after going into operation. "Our central spare parts centre is already a major success story and a wise investment in the future," continued Schulz.

By building the spare parts centre at Kaltenkirchen Jungheinrich has laid the groundwork for an even better fulfilment of future market requirements. This includes 24-hour delivery readiness 365 days of the year. According to Schulz: "Our new spare parts centre will guarantee an even faster and more efficient supply of spare parts worldwide."

Jungheinrich will also be exhibiting in the €œSoftware Hall€ (Hall 7, booth 7D/221), with its own booth. On display space of nearly 100 square metres the Hamburg-based intralogistics specialist will showcase its expertise in software and IT hardware for warehouse applications €“ including the in-house development Jungheinrich Warehouse Management System (WMS) and wireless data communications components. Visitors will be able to witness live demonstrations of integrated, holistic intralogistics solutions for manual and fully automated warehouses and see how entire projects can be successfully implemented in just eight weeks€™ time.

The investment volume for the Kaltenkirchen spare parts centre totalled 35 million euros. Erected on property of some 65,000 square metres, the warehouse measures some 22,000 square metres of floor space and includes a high rack storage area which is 31 metres high. The facility can store over 65,000 warehouse articles in a total of 110,000 storage slots. At a rate of up to 1,000 positions per hour, the spare parts centre can deliver spare parts to many different time zones (the Americas, Central Europe and Asia). As Schulz remarks: "This has helped us clinch our competitive advantage in the spare parts business, and we have already succeeded in increasing the availability of original spare parts for our globally active clients to a rate of over 98 percent."

 

2014


December 3, Jungheinrich: Innovations Leader for Intralogistics Solutions

Jungheinrich: Innovations Leader for Intralogistics Solutions

At the upcoming LogiMAT 2015 in Stuttgart, the Hamburg-based firm will showcase its intelligent, innovative materials handling solutions for intralogistics applications..

In keeping with the event's slogan of €œIntelligent Networking: Mastering Complexity", Jungheinrich will highlight its intralogistics solutions expertise at the 13th International Trade Fair for Distribution, Materials Handling and Information Flow €“ LogiMAT 2015 (Feb. 10-12). At its booth measuring over 500 square metres of display space in the €œstacker hall", Hall 6 (booth 6B03/6C03), the Hamburg-based enterprise will showcase its full range of industrial trucks and intralogistics solutions. €œAs a leading intralogistics provider we are taking advantage of this trade fair platform to present our complete solutions competence to an international trade audience," explained Marcus Karst, Head of Sales Marketing at Jungheinrich. He continued: "Here we are going to demonstrate to attending professionals our intelligent, innovative and sustainable intralogistics solutions €“ from simple forklifts to automation and digitalisation. And we are going to make all of this tangible for visitors to the show!".

A special highlight at the Jungheinrich booth this year will consist of the winner in the top category at the 2014 IFOY Awards €“ an EFG S40s electric counterbalanced stacker. Further highlighted products include the ERC 215a auto pallet mover, the 5-series tow tractors, LRK lift racking and the EKX 410 narrow-aisle forklift with warehouse navigation. Trade visitors from across the globe can test the latter live on a dedicated driving course at the Jungheinrich booth.

At the Stuttgart event Jungheinrich will also display a complete tugger train system consisting of tow tractors from the 5 range and the corresponding trailers. The Jungheinrich appearance in Hall 6 will be rounded out by a presentation of the company€™s entire service portfolio, for example the ISM Online fleet management system, as well as financial services, rental and used equipment, the Pro Shop and HR recruiting.

Jungheinrich will also be exhibiting in the €œSoftware Hall€ (Hall 7, booth 7D/221), with its own booth. On display space of nearly 100 square metres the Hamburg-based intralogistics specialist will showcase its expertise in software and IT hardware for warehouse applications €“ including the in-house development Jungheinrich Warehouse Management System (WMS) and wireless data communications components. Visitors will be able to witness live demonstrations of integrated, holistic intralogistics solutions for manual and fully automated warehouses and see how entire projects can be successfully implemented in just eight weeks€™ time.

Jungheinrich ranks among the world€™s leading companies in the material handling equipment, warehousing and material flow engineering sectors. The company is an intralogistics service and solution provider with manufacturing operations, which offers its customers a comprehensive range of forklift trucks, logistics systems, services and advice. Jungheinrich shares are traded on all German stock exchanges.

 

November 6, Strong Third Quarter for Jungheinrich

Strong Third Quarter for Jungheinrich

Net Sales and EBIT Post Double-Digit Growth/Disproportionately Strong Growth of New Truck Business/Forecast for 2014 Confirmed
Hamburg€”The Jungheinrich Group's positive trend continued in the third quarter of 2014. Net sales rose by 10 per cent from July to September 2014, while the value of incoming orders increased by 9 per cent. In the third quarter of 2014, EBIT was 12 per cent up year on year. Unit production figures rose by 12 per cent during the same period of time. The 22 per cent increase in orders on hand since the end of December 2013 is proof of the company's good order books. Based on these figures, the Board of Management confirmed and concretized its forecast for the current fiscal year.


Irrespective of the first signs of uncertainty regarding the development of the world economy, the global material handling equipment market grew by 9 per cent to 818.6 thousand forklift trucks in the first nine months of the year (prior year: 752.0 thousand trucks). Europe, Jungheinrich's main sales market, posted an increase of 11 per cent. Demand rose by 12 per cent in Western Europe, with market volume in Eastern Europe advancing by 3 per cent. In Asia, demand grew by 13 per cent, with the North American market achieving a gain of 6 per cent.

The value of the Jungheinrich Group's incoming orders, encompassing all business fields, amounted to 1,874 million euros in the first nine months of the financial year and was thus 8 per cent higher than the figure recorded a year before (1,743 million euros). In the third quarter of 2014, incoming orders rose by 9 per cent from the figure recorded in the same period last year (574 million euros) to 628 million euros. As of September 30, 2014, orders on hand from new truck business totalled 446 million euros and were thus 80 million euros, or 22 per cent, higher than by the end of 2013. The order reach remained at four months.

Net sales in the third quarter of 2014 amounted to 615 million euros which was 10 per cent higher than the figure achieved in the same period last year (560 million euros). Net sales after the first nine months of 2014 were up 9 per cent to 1,792 million euros (prior year: 1,638 million euros). In Germany, net sales in the same period increased by 9 per cent to 472 million euros (prior year: 434 million euros). Foreign net sales climbed by 10 per cent to 1,320 million euros (prior year: 1,204 million euros). Non-European net sales posted a particularly steep rise, advancing by 18 per cent, buoyed by strong growth in Asia.

The significant increase in consolidated net sales is primarily due to the very disproportionately strong rise in net sales in new truck business. Net sales from short-term hire and used equipment as well as after-sales services also displayed very positive development in the third quarter. In the first nine months of 2014, the Jungheinrich Group increased net sales in new truck business by 14 per cent to 966 million euros (prior year: 846 million euros). Overall, the short-term hire and used equipment business posted a rise of 9 per cent to 315 million euros (prior year: 290 million euros). Net sales from after-sales services advanced by 4 per cent to 540 million euros (prior year: 517 million euros). The financial services business also contributed to the growth, posting an 8 per cent rise in net sales to 427 million euros (prior year: 396 million euros).

In the third quarter of 2014, the Jungheinrich Group lifted EBIT by 12 per cent to 46.8 million euros (prior year: 41.8 million euros). After the first nine months of 2014, EBIT was up 8 per cent to 133.4 million euros (prior year: 123.9 million euros). The return on sales was 7.4 per cent (prior year: 7.6 per cent). Net income in the third quarter of 2014 amounted to 31.1 million euros (prior year: 26.8 million euros), rising by a cumulative 14 per cent to 87.0 million euros (prior year: 76.1 million euros). Accordingly, earnings per preferred share after nine months totalled 2.59 euros (prior year: 2.27 euros).

 

October 23, Jungheinrich Landsberg Plant Produces 100,000th Vehicle

Jungheinrich Landsberg Plant Produces 100,000th Vehicle

In mid-October the 100,000th vehicle €“ a type EJE 118 pedestrian-controlled pallet truck €“ rolled off the production line at the Jungheinrich plant in Landsberg, Germany, near the city of Halle. This battery-powered low-platform forklift has made a name for itself as a highly economical tool for loading and unloading as well as for transporting goods over short distances.

Earmarked for delivery to the Jungheinrich branch in Poland, the jubilee truck was the object of a small party organised by plant management. "This is our thank you to all staff members for their professional performance," stated Dr. Marc Ehrmann, head of the Jungheinrich Landsberg plant, adding that he was "proud of our wonderful team!"

The Landsberg plant opened in 2009. Initially only type EJE pedestrian-controlled pallet trucks were produced there, but in the subsequent months Jungheinrich transferred its low-platform truck production entirely to Landsberg. "This plant is a success story and was a smart investment," declared Dr. Klaus-Dieter Rosenbach, the Jungheinrich Board of Management member in charge of Engineering, at the party.

Currently more than 20,000 trucks are produced annually at the Landsberg plant. As Ehrmann commented, the plant relies on "state-of-the-art, innovative and environmentally friendly production facilities." At Jungheinrich in Landsberg some 150 staff members are employed in the areas of development, purchasing, quality, production and logistics. In addition the team has five trainees, who are receiving their initial career training as industrial mechanics.

Dr. Marc Ehrmann continued that Jungheinrich Landsberg was perceived as €œan attractive employer, adding that the plant would grow even further in the coming years: "To this end we are continually interested in finding highly qualified, highly motivated workers who are interested in contributing to our success story," he concluded.

Jungheinrich ranks among the world€™s leading companies in the material handling equipment, warehousing and material flow engineering sectors. The company is an intralogistics service and solution provider with manufacturing operations, which offers its customers a comprehensive range of forklift trucks, logistics systems, services and advice. Jungheinrich shares are traded on all German stock exchanges.

 

August 28, New Facelift for Eco-friendly Jungheinrich Hydrostatic Drive Trucks

New Facelift for Eco-friendly Jungheinrich Hydrostatic Drive Trucks

This summer Jungheinrich is launching the latest edition of its hydrostatically driven 3s, 4s, and 5s series forklift trucks. Thanks to a newly developed control system, these hydrostatic drives feature a higher degree of energy efficiency than before and deliver top throughput performance, coupled with extremely low fuel consumption.

The focus of the new facelift was on the complete reengineering of the VFG 425s-435s series trucks. Originally launched in 2008, this successful range of forklifts is equipped with the latest generation of diesel engines, consisting of common-rail engine technology from Volkswagen. Based on automotive engineering, the drive engine guarantees low fuel consumption and low vibration levels coupled with reduced exhaust and noise emissions. €œThanks to the common rail technology and standard-equipment diesel particle filter, this engine satisfies the stringent directives of the Stage III B European exhaust emission regulations,€œ reports Marek Scheithauer, Head of Product Management IC Engine Powered Forklift Trucks at Jungheinrich.

New Displacement Pump Increases Efficiency By Up to 20 Percent

Among other changes, the new facelift involved replacing the old hydraulic fixed-displacement pumps employed in the 4s series with a new variable displacement pump. €œThis kind of pump delivers exactly the right amount of oil for the operational hydraulics,€œ explains Scheithauer. €œIn practice this means an increase of up to 20 percent in the efficiency of the lift and hydraulic functions.€œ Both the variable displacement pumps and the wheel motors come from Bosch Rexroth. The outstanding throughput rates, coupled with the truck€™s extremely low fuel consumption, go back to the cutting-edge system control, which is based on the latest generation of control hardware and software developed in-house at Jungheinrich.

Economical and Eco-friendly: Jungheinrich IC Engines

€œThe new engine design combined with the standard diesel particulate filter not only meets the stringent requirements of the Stage III B European emission directive, but contributes €“ in conjunction with the other changes €“ to significantly improved energy efficiency. This leads on average to a reduction in fuel consumption of around eight percent over the entire series,€œ adds Scheithauer, €œsaving money, reducing CO2 emissions and protecting the environment.€œ

€œThe characteristics of hydrostatic drives translate into excellent driver comfort and high material handling rates, especially in intensive operations,€œ relates Scheithauer. During lifting operations, the engine speed increases automatically. Thanks to the hydrostatic drive, steering and operational hydraulic operations are direct, precise and effortless. With five pre-set operating programs €“ from reduced performance parameters for optimising energy conservation to working at maximum handling capacity €“ at the press of a button the driver can adjust the operational characteristics immediately to suit the job on hand.€œ

New Compact Mast Improves Visibility By Up to 85 Percent

In addition, with the facelift the Jungheinrich IC-powered 3s and 4s series trucks now feature the all-new compact mast showcased at CeMAT 2014. The driver's field of vision has been significantly expanded as a result of the compact nesting of sections, optimised hose and chain guides as well as two openings in the crossbar. According to Marek Scheithauer, €œWith the new mast layout we have managed to improve driver visibility by up to 85 percent!€œ

The special design of the control panel gives the driver an excellent view of the payload and fork tips. A strut-free, safety glass window in the overhead guard gives the operator an unobstructed upward view when stacking and retrieving pallets. The low upper edge of the counterweight ensures a clear view to the rear.

The operating concept, including the control system, is completely new in all three production series trucks. Technical innovations in the €œdriver-surround cockpit€œ include the new Duo Pilot integrated in the new multi-adjustable arm rest. The new Duo Pilot gives the driver full, accurate and sensitive control of all vehicle functions and, like the advanced Solo Pilots and Multi Pilots, can optionally be freely configured and adapted to suit the driver and operation. In Scheithauer€™s words, €œthe sensitive control of the vehicle moreover adds up to a further increase in handling capacity.€œ

Safety-oriented Design Ensures Low Centre of Gravity, High Stability

Jungheinrich IC engine powered forklifts with hydrostatic drive deliver a high level of safety in daily operations. The trucks boast high stability due to their extremely low centre of gravity. This is largely down to the special counterweight design and the rear axle floating over the wheel suspension. This means the truck does not need an additional electronic stability program. This principle has been successfully applied since 2004 in the in-house developed Jungheinrich IC engine powered forklifts.

In addition to the inherent construction-related safety features, the hydrostatic drive trucks offer various optional driver assistance systems. For example, Access Control is an assistance system which allows the truck to be operated only after a set sequence of control mechanisms has been performed (closed seat switch, safety belt). The Drive Control assistance system is based on the Curve Control system successfully integrated in Jungheinrich electric trucks for more than ten years. Parallel to speed reduction when cornering, drive speed is restricted when the forklift reaches a set lift height. In the Lift Control package for safe load handling, not only is the tilt speed reduced at a set lift height, but if needed an integrated side shifter is put in a pre-set centre position and the mast tilt angle is shown to the driver on a separate display.

Jungheinrich ranks among the world€™s leading companies in the material handling equipment, warehousing and material flow engineering sectors. The company is an intralogistics service and solution provider with manufacturing operations, which offers its customers a comprehensive range of forklift trucks, logistics systems, services and advice. Jungheinrich shares are traded on all German stock exchanges.

 

August 7, Jungheinrich and Device Insight Team Up to Net Innovations Award

Jungheinrich and Device Insight Team Up to Net Innovations Award

The Jungheinrich fleet management system ISM Online ended up a winner in the €œBusiness€ category at the first IT Innovation Summit. Working in tandem with Device Insight €“ a leading provider of remote service platforms for machines, equipment and vehicles €“ Jungheinrich developed an M2M (Machine-to-Machine) platform for ISM Online.

Jungheinrich and Device Insight jointly presented the ISM Online fleet management tool at the first IT Innovation Summit this July in Munich. The summit provides companies €“ ranging from SMEs to global enterprises €“ with an opportunity to highlight their innovations. A high-calibre jury adjudicates the presentations to determine the final award winners. The event is produced by FINAKI, a company which specialises in the production and organisation of IT management conferences. FINAKI has been providing networking opportunities for IT decision-makers from innovative companies on the user and provider side since 1997.

Jungheinrich trucks are connected via wireless communication modules with M2M gateways in the production and warehouse halls. Over a wireless data network these gateways regularly transmit operating data to a cloud-based M2M platform which forwards the data on to the ISM Online fleet management system.

ISM Online is an analytical system for collection, monitoring and evaluation of fleet data, including utilisation data, operating hours and shock recording €“ at the global level, independent of site or manufacturer.

Jungheinrich ranks among the world€™s leading companies in the material handling equipment, warehousing and material flow engineering sectors. The company is an intralogistics service and solution provider with manufacturing operations, which offers its customers a comprehensive range of forklift trucks, logistics systems, services and advice. Jungheinrich shares are traded on all German stock exchanges.

About Device Insight

With corporate headquarters in Munich, Device Insight is a pioneer in M2M technology and is considered one of the world€™s leading providers of remote service platforms for machines, equipment and vehicles. Based on its modular IT platform CENTERSIGHT, Device Insight develops applications for the acquisition of operating data as well as reporting, monitoring, remote service and alarm systems. Numerous market leaders are satisfied users of Device Insight products €“ among them Hamburg-based Jungheinrich, one of the company€™s original clients.

 

July 16, Jungheinrich Delivers 25,000th Used Forklift Truck

Jungheinrich Delivers 25,000th Used Forklift Truck

The Jungheinrich used equipment centre in Dresden professionally refurbished forklift trucks since 2006. On July 16 it delivered its 25,000th industrial truck. By 2018 plant capacity is scheduled to go from its current level of 4,500 refurbished trucks to 8,000 units per year.

Recently Jungheinrich delivered its 25,000th "JungSTAR", 4-star used forklift truck. The jubilee industrial truck was formally handed over to Paul Davis Freight Services Ltd. on July 16, 2014. Based in Bristol (UK), the client is the leading carrier of consumer goods shipped to Ireland and the British offshore market, including the Channel Islands, Isle of Man and Isle of Wight

 Used trucks from Jungheinrich are an ideal match for our delivery depot requirements," remarks Nigel Dutson, Operations Director of Paul Davis Freight Services Ltd. "They perform beautifully, are highly reliable and €“ particularly important to a company like ours €“ are extremely robust!" The 25,000th truck supplied by the used equipment centre in Dresden consists of a 6-year old EFG 320 electric counterbalanced forklift. A total of three EFG 320 trucks refurbished in Dresden were handed over to the British firm on July 16 and a further three trucks will follow shortly afterwards.

Jungheinrich Used Stackers: JungSTARs in 4-Star Quality

Refurbishment at the Dresden used equipment centre is a premium quality service. The used trucks are industrially refurbished in accordance with Jungheinrich 4-star quality standards. This includes the aspects of safety, engineering, reliability and visual appearance. In the words of Ralf Bangert, Managing Director at the Dresden used equipment centre: "These stackers look like new and are refurbished to conform to the latest safety regulations. They are first-rate in terms of operability and are especially reliable. For this reason we also call our 4-star used stackers the €œJungheinrich JungSTARs€œ!"

Used Jungheinrich industrial trucks are refurbished in a process based on flexible line production, divided into electric and IC engine-powered trucks. The used vehicles go through an intensive incoming examination before being disassembled into individual assemblies, which are then overhauled and the safety-relevant parts replaced. "This means our used trucks are reassembled using new Jungheinrich original spare parts," reports Bangert. Afterwards the trucks are painted in automotive quality. "Even a qualified specialist can barely tell the difference between a new stacker and one of our refurbished ones," he concludes.

Dresden Used Equipment Centre: Expansion While Operating at Full Capacity

The Dresden used equipment centre was taken into operation on June 1, 2006. Since then the plant€™s production capacity has more than €œsextupled€œ, and the available floor area has expanded to 19,000 square meters

As the demand for JungSTARs continues to grow, the new target is to double production capacity to 8,000 industrial trucks by 2018. "The construction project launched in March 2014 was intended to connect the existing halls and optimize material flows in a sustainable manner ," explains Bangert, who added that the actual production surface would increase from the current 8,500 to 13,500 square meters, "putting us in a position to professionally recondition some 8,000 trucks a year," he explains.

Jungheinrich ranks among the world's leading companies in the material handling equipment, warehousing and material flow engineering sectors. The company is an intralogistics service and solution provider with manufacturing operations, which offers its customers a comprehensive range of forklift trucks, logistics systems, services and advice. Jungheinrich shares are traded on all German stock exchanges.

 

May 26, Press Release

Press Release: CeMAT 2014 - Most Successful Trade Fair Appearance in Jungheinrich History

Most Successful Trade Fair Appearance in Jungheinrich History
Jungheinrich unleashed a powerhouse of innovations and product enhancements at CeMAT 2014, the world€™s leading intralogistics fair. During the five-day event €“ running from May 19 to 23 in Hanover, Germany €“ Jungheinrich staff registered a substantial jump in the number of orders, for a total of about 15 million euros. Professional attendees were delighted at the over 20 product innovations on display at the company stand. Key visitor magnets included the new DFG/TFG 316/320 and DFG/TFG 425/435 diesel and LPG-powered stacker generation, the new series 1 and 3 reach trucks, the new tow train system with up to nine tonnes of towing capacity including a range of different trailer models and, finally, Jungheinrich€™s brand new lithium-ion solutions. On the very first night of the event, Jungheinrich received an International Forklift Truck of the Year (IFOY) Award for its EFG S40s in the key category of €œCounter Balanced Trucks from 3.5 Tons€œ.

Dr. Lars Brzoska, member of the Jungheinrich Board of Management in charge of Sales, summed up the company's performance as follows: €œWith over 130 products and 24 innovations on display, our appearance here offered an impressive demonstration of the way Jungheinrich has become an intralogistics benchmark. Coming from 30 different nations, the 250 members of the Jungheinrich tradeshow team conducted high-calibre consulting and sales talks with visitors from across the globe. An incredible team performance!€œ

Growing Importance of Complete Logistics Solutions

Jungheinrich also showcased its competence in complete logistics solutions for the benefit of an international trade audience in Hanover. Apart from a range of narrow-aisle vehicles, this included wireless data communication, the stacker guidance system, the logistics interface, the Jungheinrich WMS warehouse management system and Jungheinrich Lift Racking (LRK). A presentation of the interaction between automated industrial trucks in complex warehouses €“ available in a live demonstration at Pavilion 34 €“ was a particular magnet. Jungheinrich was the only industrial truck manufacturer to dedicate an entire exhibition pavilion to the topic of logistics systems. €œThis underscored the enormous significance of complete logistics solutions in our industry,€ said Brzoska, adding that €œJungheinrich is a leader in this area as well!€œ

Jungheinrich Nets IFOY Award

The International Forklift Truck of the Year (IFOY) Awards on May 19 honoured Jungheinrich in the €œCounter Balanced Trucks from 3.5 Tons€ key category. A high-calibre jury composed of international trade journalists bestowed the award on Jungheinrich for its EFG S40s €“ a battery-powered counterbalanced stacker, developed and produced at the Jungheinrich plant in Moosburg, Germany.

CeMAT, the world€™s leading intralogistics fair, will in future be staged every two years in Hanover. This year 53,000 trade visitors attended the event to take in displays of products and services by 1,025 exhibitors. With a total of 8,000 square metres of display space, Jungheinrich again had the largest trade fair stand.

Jungheinrich ranks among the world€™s leading companies in the material handling equipment, warehousing and material flow engineering sectors. The company is an intralogistics service and solution provider with manufacturing operations, which offers its customers a comprehensive range of forklift trucks, logistics systems, services and advice. Jungheinrich shares are traded on all German stock exchanges.

 

IFOY Award 2014

Jungheinrich IFOY Award 2014

Our S range of electric fork lift trucks won the IFOY award in the category €œCounter Balanced Trucks from 3.5 tons€œ

 

March 6, Press Release

March 6, Press Release : Jungheinrich Increases Net Sales and Incoming Orders

Jungheinrich Increases Net Sales and Incoming Orders
Hamburg€”Jungheinrich AG generated 2,290 million euros in consolidated net sales in the 2013 financial year (prior year: 2,270 million euros). In the fiscal year that just ended, the company posted decent earnings before in-terest and taxes (EBIT) of about 172 million euros (prior year: 177 million eu-ros). The value of incoming orders, encompassing all divisions, rose to a record 2,357 million euros (prior year: 2,251 million euros).

The Board of Management of Jungheinrich AG is doing justice to this development and will suggest to the Supervisory Board that a draft resolution proposing a dividend of 0.80 euros per ordinary share and of 0.86 euros per preferred share be submitted to the Annual General Meeting on May 15, 2014 for it to be passed by the AGM.
The company will publish detailed information on the development of business in 2013 at the annual press conference on March 26, 2014.
Jungheinrich ranks among the world€™s leading companies in the material handling equipment, warehousing and material flow engineering sectors. The company is an intralogistics service and solution provider with manufacturing operations, which offers its customers a comprehensive range of forklift trucks, logistics systems, services and advice. Jungheinrich shares are traded on all German stock exchanges.

 

2013


December 2, Press Release

December 2, Press Release Jungheinrich

Jungheinrich to Appear at LogiMAT 2014
The Hamburg-based enterprise is returning to LogiMAT in Stuttgart to showcase its intelligent, innovative solutions for intralogistics applications involving the use of materials handling equipment.


Jungheinrich will appear at two separate exhibition stands at the 12th International Trade Fair for Distribution, Materials Handling and Information Flow €“ LogiMAT 2014 (Feb. 25-27), where it will highlight its intralogistics solutions expertise. In keeping with the trade fair€™s slogan of €œIntelligent networking: Mastering complexity€, the Hamburg-based company will present its entire range of industrial trucks and intralogistics solutions on over 330 square metres of floor space in the stacker hall (hall 6, stand 201). There, trade visitors will be treated to exhibits which include the winners of the IFOY Awards 2013; the DFG/TFG 540s counterbalanced forklift and the ETV/ETM 216 reach truck.
Jungheinrich will also be exhibiting in the LogiMAT software hall (hall 5, stand 421) with its own stand where, on almost 100 square metres of floor space, it will showcase its expertise in software and IT hardware for warehouse applications. Visitors will be able to witness live demonstrations of integrated, holistic intralogistics solutions for manual and fully automated warehouses and see first-hand how projects can be successfully implemented in just eight weeks€™ time.
Tradeshow visitors will also find a series of intelligent solutions involving the use of industrial trucks to improve warehouse process efficiency at the Jungheinrich stands. This includes wireless data transmission, a truck guidance system, logistics interface and the Jungheinrich WMS warehouse management system. The Jungheinrich presentation will be rounded off by services involving material flow analysis, leasing and after-sales service as well as used equipment and the company€™s Online Shop.
Jungheinrich ranks among the world€™s leading companies in the material handling equipment, warehousing and material flow engineering sectors. The company is an intralogistics service and solution provider with manufacturing operations, which offers its customers a comprehensive range of forklift trucks, shelving systems, services and advice. Jungheinrich shares are traded on all German stock exchanges.

 

November 27, Press Release

November 27, Press Release Jungheinrich

Jungheinrich Opens New Plant for Warehouse and System Trucks
Jungheinrich invested a total of 40 million euros in its new production plant in Degernpoint, Germany €“ putting the company in a position to extend its market position and enjoy sustainable growth.


November 27th was the official opening date for the new Jungheinrich production plant for warehouse and system trucks in the industrial estate of Degernpoint €“ in direct proximity to the company€™s core plant in Moosburg in the south of Germany. Exclusive production of these stackers commenced in September at the new state of the art facility. With a construction time of approximately 16 months, the new plant had become necessary after the Moosburg core plant had reached the limits of further physical expansion.
Jungheinrich invested a total of 40 million euros in its new production facility. The production area measures over 23,000 square metres of floor space, with capacity to produce more than 3,000 warehouse and system trucks annually. Dr. Klaus-Dieter Rosenbach, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Jungheinrich Moosburg GmbH and Member of the Board of Management of Jungheinrich AG, commented that €œthe new plant in Degernpoint is a significant investment for Jungheinrich and its Moosburg location. It allows us to pursue sustainable growth, expand our market position and safeguard jobs in the region.€ Currently some 300 staff members are employed at the Degernpoint facility.
The trucks produced at the new location are used by clients worldwide. Jungheinrich is the market leader for warehouse and system trucks within Europe. And according to Rosenbach the company is anticipating increased demand in this segment: €œWe are anticipating an annual market growth of up to 15 percent, above all in the growth markets of Asia, Eastern Europe, the Near East and South America,€ he stated, noting that Jungheinrich had considerably expanded its sales operations in those regions over the past few months.
Jungheinrich counterbalanced trucks will continue to be produced at its core plant in Moosburg, with optimised production processes and increased manufacturing capacity for battery-powered and IC engine counterbalanced trucks already in the planning.
Jungheinrich ranks among the world€™s leading companies in the material handling equipment, warehousing and material flow engineering sectors. The company is an intralogistics service and solution provider with manufacturing operations, which offers its customers a comprehensive range of forklift trucks, shelving systems, services and advice. Jungheinrich shares are traded on all German stock exchanges.

 

October, Launching of Hako CityMaster 600

PT. Kobexindo Equipment in Launching of Hako CityMaster  600 at 23rd & 24th October 2013 - Shanghai, China

PT. Kobexindo Equipment in Launching of Hako CityMaster 600 at 23rd & 24th October 2013 - Shanghai, China

 

SKB Awards and Certification

Award 2013

Year 1996
* MITI Industrial Innovation Award for Pathwinder Sliding Design Fire Shutters by Malaysia Prime Minister

Year 1998
* MITI Industrial Product Excellent Award for Vision €“ 7 Transparent Shutters

Year 1999
* Selangor State Excellent Product Award for SKB Shutters Products

Year 2000
* Selangor State Excellent Product Innovative Award for Keyless Window Security Shutters
* Enterprise 50 Awards

Year 2002
* Global Successful Enterprise Golden RIM Award
* Global Best Product Golden RIM Award

Year 2003
* Quality Certification Scheme Fire Resistant Roller Shutters ( Horizontal Sliding )
* Quality Certification Scheme Fire Resistant Doorset Double Leaf / 4 Hours
* Quality Certification Scheme Fire Resistant Doorset Single Leaf / 4 Hours
* Global Best Executive Golden Rim Award
* Global Top Enterprise Golden Rim Award

 

Hako-AntiBac®

Hako-AntiBac® is amongst one of the winners of the 2013 Tomorrow's Cleaning Product Award confirming that Hako-AntiBac® provides major benefits to our customer, in terms of cleanliness and hygiene.

 

June 3, Jungheinrich is The Most Successful Forklift Manufacturer at IFOY Awards

Award 2013

On June 3, 2013, Jungheinrich was awarded with the first International Forklift Truck of the Year (IFOY) award in two out of four categories for the quality of its products. The champions are the DFG/TFG 540s in the category of counterbalanced trucks with more than 3.5 tons capacity and the ETV/ETM 216 in the warehouse trucks category.

 

February, Symposium

PT. Kobexindo Equipment participated in the symposium organized by the Association of Indonesian Pharmaceutical Company, February 2013 €“ Hotel Red Top Jakarta Pusat.

 

SKB Certification

SKB 2013

SKB racking products have been tested and guaranteed safety and quality and are proven to get international certification of S.E.M.A (The UK Storage Equipment Manufacturers Association).

 

Hako Top Quality Certified by the TUV

Hako Quality Which Pays

Hako became one of the first companies in the sector to introduce a quality management system certified in accordance with EN ISO 9001 By the TUV. Modern production plants and highly qualified employees are further components in the increasing success of the company.

 

2012


November, Conference and Expo

PT Kobexindo Equipment in Supply Chain & Logistics Conference and Expo November 2012 - Hotel Borobudur, Jakarta Pusat.

PT Kobexindo Equipment in Supply Chain & Logistics Conference and Expo November 2012 - Hotel Borobudur, Jakarta Pusat.

 

2011


January 15-16, Employee Gathering PT. Kobexindo Equipment

employee gathering 2011

Employee Gathering PT. Kobexindo Equipment at Puncak, Jawa Barat

 

2008


August 2008, Hako in Beijing Olympics

Hako Support Olypiade Beijing

Hako had contributed successfully in the implementation of the Beijing Olympics in 2008, so created a comfortable atmosphere, clean and healthy in every game.