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Thyssenkrupp Stahl-Service-Center Has Invested in a Blanking Line

ThyssenKrupp Stahl-Service-Center has invested in a blanking line, enabling the company to produce very small blanks.

With the new machine, ThyssenKrupp will be able to cut slit strips measuring 0.4 to 3 millimeter thick and lengths measuring between 200 to 2,500 millimeters with widths around 80 to 650 millimeters.

Customers will be able to benefit with very close tolerances, optimum edge quality and precise squareness.

Speaking about the machine, ThyssenKrupp Stahl-Service-Center CEO Marcus Whl said: "The investment in the blanking line expands our capabilities and means we can offer our customers a new process step.

"We are convinced that the additional service to produce small custom blanks will be of great value, particularly to our customers in the automotive supply industry."

Additionally, the machine will also benefit the company in terms of time and setup with single-source combined slitting and cutting to length.

The new blanking line will also make it possible to meet individual demands for various packaging options. It contains options ranging from automatic multiple stacking on pallets to packaging in returnable containers.

Headquartered in Krefeld, Germany, the company employs close to 900 people and processes around 1.5 million tonnes of flat steel into slit strip and blanks in a year. It has a service centre network across Europe with ten branches in five countries.

The company provides customers in the automotive, construction, electrical and furniture industries with high-grade flat steel products and tailored services for every aspect of materials processing.

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Thyssenkrupp Invests in Blanking Line