Vreden, 24th January 2018 - The demand for products and services of KEMPER GmbH continues to rise. Last year, the manufacturer of extraction and filter systems once again achieved a high sales growth. While KEMPER achieved solid growth of five percent in the local German market, total revenues rose by almost 14 percent. KEMPER generated around 60 percent of its total sales abroad. Important focus foreign markets such as Poland and the Czech Republic became the growth engines.
Vreden, 16th January 2018 - KEMPER GmbH is expanding its service and installation department. Since the end of 2016, the manufacturer has added seven new employees to the team. The company is thus meeting the growing demand. In 2017, for example, the number of installations at metal processors or welding schools with extensive occupational safety equipment such as extraction systems, extraction arms, sound insulation partitioning walls and more increased significantly.
Vreden/Düsseldorf, September 26, 2017 – KEMPER GmbH further advances machine-to-machine communication. Currently, the manufacturer is presenting a new crossmanufacturer B2B portal at the SCHWEISSEN & SCHNEIDEN tradeshow. This portal is able to network equipment and systems that are Internet of Thingsenabled, beyond its own extraction technology. Overheads are thus reduced ignificantly. As part of this, KEMPER equips new extraction plants and room ventilation systems with a web-enabled control system.
Vreden/Poříčí nad Sázavou, 19th July 2017 – International production with development potential: 25 years ago, KEMPER GmbH established its first location for the Eastern European market. Initially set up as a pure sales office, the KEMPER spol. s r.o. developed into the first international production site. The company carries out all sheet metal processes up to powder coating. The site was instrumental in the development of KEMPER group thanks to the steadily increased capacity. The expansion continues in 2017.
Vreden (Germany), 24th July 2017 – Retaining expert staff with occupational safety: Against this background, KEMPER GmbH introduces its extraction technology portfolio during the SCHWEISSEN & SCHNEIDEN in Dusseldorf. The focus is on the advanced Industry 4.0 solution KEMPER Connect. The Internet-of-Things concept (IoT) controls extraction plants and general ventilation systems autonomously. The manufacturer shows innovations in the field of burner-integrated welding fumes extraction and extraction tables for cutting applications with VacuFil 125 and KEMPER The Slagger. KEMPER will be celebrating its 40th anniversary during the tradeshow.
KEMPER GmbH has successfully signed a project assignment in Australia for fitting a production line with a clean air system. For the largest manufacturer of attachments for construction machinery in Down Under, DIGGA Machinery Attachments, the German company is delivering work protection equipment for 26 welding workplaces.
Clean air in metal processing: 40 years ago, KEMPER GmbH started on its mission for clean working environments. From a one-man operation, the manufacture of extraction systems and filter systems has now become world technology leader in welding fume extraction.
Automated communication between air purification systems: KEMPER GmbH transfer Industrial 4.0 to occupational safety for the first time. The company presents its new KEMPER Connect concept during the EuroBlech trade show. The air monitoring system AirWatch controls room ventilation systems automatically using their specifically developed, autonomous wireless network. KEMPER ensures in this way also an energy-saving operation.