- Pressemitteilung BoxID 68155
FRITSCH opens new TECHNOLOGY CENTER in Kitzingen, Germany
Even more space to practice the art of fine baking
Until now, space for such testing and experimentation was available at two separate locations -- at the Backstudio in Kitzingen and at the previous Technology Center in Markt Einersheim. Beginning on 1 October, 2008, FRITSCH will combine the two locations and their activities into one greatly expanded showcase baking lab in Kitzingen. The new FRITSCH TECHNOLOGY CENTER comprises an area of more than 3,000 m² and makes available to bakers from around the world the entire FRITSCH ROLLFIX program, the make-up lines FRITSCH EUROLINE and EASYLINE, the all-rounders MULTILINE and MULTICUT, a CTR system for coiled products, as well as complete industrial production lines (the IMPRESSA bread and IMPRESSA pizza). Further additions to the lab planned for January 2009 are a FRITSCH LAMINATOR 300, a FRITSCH LAMINATOR 3000 and an industrial pretzel line, the IMPRESSA pretzel.
Virtually every tool necessary for the baker's trade is available in the lab: from dough preparation facilities to an industrial chilling room, from proofing cabinets and freezers to baking ovens. In short, the lab provides the perfect conditions for testing and developing entire product lines. The new FRITSCH TECHNOLOGY CENTER can accomodate as many as 5 or 6 groups at a time, but if desired it can also be reserved for a single customer group. The new TECHNOLOGY CENTER boasts an auditorium, numerous meeting rooms, a bar and a lobby, making it an ideal location for any number of events.
FRITSCH plans to throw a big party to celebrate its move into the new FRITSCH TECHNOLOGY CENTER in the coming Spring of 2009.
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