No Dig 2017

Mini-Cam invests in purpose-built facility

Mini-Cam invests in purpose-built facility

Mini-Cam has invested in a new factory in Austria to increase its production capacity.

The US$535,000 purpose-built factory has been developed for Mini-Cam’s subsidiary company InPipe Innovation, enabling it to relocate to the 696 m2 facility in Riezlern, Kleinwalsertal.

It is managed by Dietmar Jochum and currently has eight staff, with further recruitment planned.

Mini-Cam Managing Director Nigel Wilson said “This new building gives us a strong European presence and room for expansion.

InPipe’s new purpose-built facility in located in Riezlern, Austria.

“We started working with Dietmar in 2010 when the idea for our Proteus pipeline crawler inspection system was born, and it is extremely satisfying to see our Austrian subsidiary grow with this purpose-built facility.

“Austria and southern Germany are renowned worldwide as being centres of engineering excellence, so being in this location also gives us access to the latest machining techniques and skilled staff.

“It’s a very exciting development for Mini-Cam as we embark on our next phase of development.”

The new facility will be used for the mechanical design and manufacture of precision parts and pre-assembly of Mini-Cam’s range of crawler and push camera inspection systems, which are deployed in more than 40 countries.

For more information visit the Mini-Cam website.

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