VEGA records growth around the globe

VEGA opens new buildings worldwide

11-Jul-2023 - Germany

The new company building in Spain is ceremoniously opened.

The measurement technology manufacturer VEGA is growing - not only in terms of sales and employee numbers, but also quite visibly. In the past few months, the company has moved into four new buildings. In Great Britain, the USA, South Africa and Spain, employees now have significantly more space at their disposal.


Markus Kniesel (left) and Isabel Grieshaber, management of VEGA Grieshaber KG, open the new building in Spain with Carlos Montala, Managing Director of VEGA Instrumentos.

The specialist for innovative measurement technology with headquarters in Schiltach, where the 1000th employee was welcomed at the beginning of June, thus continues to invest in its future and attaches great importance to sustainability. At the same time, an environment is to be created for the company's employees that "doesn't feel like just work, but like a second home," emphasized Isabel Grieshaber, managing partner of VEGA Grieshaber KG, at the opening of the new building in South Africa.

Training possibilities increased

When designing the four branches, VEGA also paid great attention to the expansion of training opportunities. The range of seminars and training courses offered is appreciated and in demand by customers worldwide. "We are investing in our capabilities so that we can offer our customers even better service," explained John Groom, Managing Director of VEGA Americas, at the opening of the company complex in Mason (Ohio), which covers more than 21,000 square meters.

All in all, the signs at VEGA worldwide are pointing to growth - literally, but also figuratively. Carlos Montala, Managing Director of VEGA Instrumentos, put it in a nutshell at the inauguration ceremony of the new building in Spain: "I am confident that together we will continue to grow and offer our customers innovative and reliable solutions."

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