The situation can be remedied by building a new plant with office and external storage space near the headquarters in the Tauernfeld/Deining industrial estate. In recent years, the Max Bögl Group has successfully expanded its traffic engineering division. The increasing number of projects, however, also led to increased logistical expenses for material management and transport. Since its completion in February of this year, around 5,000 beacons, 600 large panels and 800 small signs have been stored centrally in the 2,800 square metre warehouse with adjoining office building thanks to a modern high rack system. Together with the 3,000 square metre external warehouse, the new plant will in future meet the high demands placed on goods handling and material picking.
Central goods handling in Tauernfeld
Modern plant for traffic engineering. Max Bögl Verkehrstechnik reaches its limits with its existing office and storage space capacities at the Sengenthal location.