For several years, WINKEL GmbH has been supporting the SOS Children's Village with financial donations to give disadvantaged children and young people positive living conditions and a chance for a positive future.
2,000 metres of WINKEL steel profile are installed on the Sydney Harbour Bridge as the drive and guide concept of the new inspection platform. The profiles serve as drive and guide concept for a new inspection platform. Opened in 1932, the Sydney Harbour Bridge is one of the landmarks of the Australian metropolis and is a listed building due to its age.
With the extension of the large assembly hall 3 by a further 2,500 sqm at the Illingen plant, WINKEL GmbH is sending a clear signal for the future of Germany as a production location for mechanical engineering.
WINKEL invests in its production site in Illingen and expands the machining center with a new 13-meter long-bed milling machine to cope with the increased order intake. With the expansion, customers in the production area of WINKEL profiles have more individual options in production and delivery times are shortened as a result.