BA China

China is one of the important aerospace markets with intriguing ambition to develop a civil aerospace eco-system. Broetje-Automation is actively contributing to the development of the sector. Our local subsidiary BA China is well positioned to deliver automated equipment “Made in China” in outstanding quality inspired by German quality standards.

Broetje-Automation has a long tradition on the Chinese market and is a reference supplier both in international and domestic aerospace programmes. We have contributed with automated equipment such as fastening systems like C-Frame Assembly Cells (CPAC), mobile and transport solutions for assembly of aerospace structures as well as Jigs & Tools for manual assembly. We also support Assembly Lines (FAL, Pre-FAL) with our Turnkey capabilities.

Therefore BA China is the ideal partner for automated assembly in China. Beneath the production of highly automated and field-proven products BA China also develops locally automated solutions to further develop the portfolio for the Factory of the Future of our customers.

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The German Delegation at the IPF Offshore Partnering Forum in New Orleans

The Future of Wind Turbine Production – Broetje-Automation showcases automates solutions at the IPF Offshort Partnering Forum in New Orleans

Latest developments for the offshore wind energy and green hydrogen sector were discussed at the IPF Offshore Partnering Forum from April 23 – 25 in New Orleans. Under the umbrella of the German Wind Industry and Hydrogen Association WAB e.V. Broetje-Automation showcased innovative solutions for the factory of future for wind turbine production.
Represented by the Federal Ministry of Economics and Climate Protection in cooperation with the Trade Fair Committee of German Business the German Pavillon brought together a broad spectrum of competences from many companies along the entire wind energy value chain. “Stronger together” was the leading WAB motto and program for three days of networking!

Signing the joint cooperation agreement (from left to right): Lutz Neugebauer, Broetje-Automation; Prof. Dr. Gerhard Kreutz, President HS E/L; Martje Merten, Managing Director - Wirtschaftsförderung und Stadtmarketing Emden (WFSE)

Cooperation between the Emden/Leer University of Applied Sciences, the Economic Development Department of the City of Emden and Broetje-Automation: regional strengthening through collaboration.

Broetje-Automation, the City of Emden’s Economic Development Agency and Emden/Leer University of Applied Sciences are embarking on a cooperative path from 22.04.2024 to develop and implement innovative solutions to future challenges in the field of sustainability. This will be driven by the “Sustainable Product Development in Mechanical Engineering” course, which has been offered at Emden/Leer University of Applied Sciences since last year.