LiSEC’s new training facility to be completed by end 2015

LiSEC groundbreakingThe project officials at the groundbreaking ceremony at Seitenstetten. (Image source: LiSEC)The first sod for the new service and training centre at LiSEC’s production site at Seitenstetten, Austria was turned on 4 August 2015, and the centre is expected to be completed by the end of the year 

LiSEC has invested US$3.1mn in the service centre. A large machine hall spanning 1,200 sqm and an office wing spread across 950 sqm will be built. The facility will be used for making presentations, training customers and service technicians of all the subsidiaries of LiSEC. Additionally, the team for the international service hotline will also work from the new facility, said the company. 

The centre will likely be completed by the end of 2015, stated LiSEC officials.  

LiSEC’s service department head Peter Rattinger said, “With its finger on the pulse of the time, the new service and training centre, which is equipped with the latest infrastructure meets the global requirements of our customers.”

Glass is an important building material, with a range of uses for thermal insulation, sound insulation, in photovoltaic modules and more. Specifically, LiSEC’s team of specialists work on developing technical machines at the INOVA Engineering Centre, in Seitenstetten, specifically meant for the Middle East market. 

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