The MAUSER reconditioning subsidiary National Container Group (NCG) has formed a joint venture with Weiss Tankwagenreinigung in the area of Darmstadt/Mannheim, Germany.
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The joint venture NCG / Weiss IBC-Servicecenter GmbH & Co. KG will provide services (cleaning, repairs, checks and conversion) for steel IBCs and reconditioned composite IBCs at the location in Bickenbach set up by the Weiss family. With this investment, NCG is now extensively represented in another important German industrial region and will benefit from the excellent know-how and reputation of the Weiss family.
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The newly formed joint venture NCG / Weiss IBC-Servicecenter GmbH & Co. KG, majority owned by MAUSER NCG, will take over the Weiss Tankwagenreinigung GmbH IBC business and the facilities set up at the Bickenbach location. The young company mainly offers reconditioned IBCs and a full service for steel IBCs. With this step, MAUSER NCG is moving even closer to its customers and is resolutely driving forward its worldwide sustainability strategy. Customers in Central and Southern Germany can now be supplied with sustainable packaging solutions even more efficiently, contributing to a further improvement in the CO2 balance. In addition, transport routes and service times will be further optimised. Customer-oriented container fleet management will be an extra focus of future joint activities.
The Weiss family enjoys a distinguished reputation in Central Germany and in the reconditioning business. At the Bickenbach location, which has excellent logistics connections, the Weiss family has set up new buildings and facilities. The facilities are adapted to the requirements of IBC cleaning and offer sufficient expansion capabilities. The technical and safety facilities as well as the water treatment facilities meet the highest requirements and standards and are among the most advanced in this industry. Consequently, the newly constructed operation is exemplary in environmental protection and safety.
"We are very pleased to welcome the Weiss family in our NCG network. The company has excellent know-how, which combined with our experience in IBC reconditioning is very promising. This step is a further milestone highlighting the implementation of the sustainability strategy within the MAUSER Group," said Hans- Peter Schaefer, CEO of the MAUSER Group.
"NCG has been a reliable partner for us for a long time and is outstandingly positioned with its European and worldwide network. We are looking forward to further successful cooperation," said Christiane Weiss, the joint venture director responsible for finance and administration. Jürgen Weiss, her brother and director of operations, is certain: "The technical basis for a successful operation has been provided. Now, based on their long-term global experience with large customer orders, NCG is helping us to increase the efficiency of the location."