ALD’s Heat Treatment Services division to open heat treatment facility in China

February 11, 2020

The new heat treatment services production hall (left) will be erected next to the existing buildings of ALD-C&K Vacuum Technologies (Suzhou) Co., Ltd. (centre and right) (Rendering courtesy ALD Vacuum Technologies GmbH)

Heat Treatment Services (HTS), a division of ALD Vacuum Technologies GmbH headquartered in Hanau, Germany, has announced that it will establish a new heat treatment services centre in China, which will be officially registered as ALD Thermal Treatment (Suzhou) Co., Ltd. 

This will be the fourth ALD Heat Treatment Services plant globally, with the others being based in Germany, the USA, and Mexico. The company states that the new centre will be equipped with ModulTherm, ALD’s heat treatment system, and will serve the domestic industry with high-quality heat treatment services. The new production hall will reportedly be erected next tothe company’s subsidiary ALD-C&K Vacuum Technologies (Suzhou) Co., Ltd.

ALD-C&K Vacuum Technologies (Suzhou) Co., Ltd., produces, sells and services ALD equipment, and is also experienced in the commissioning and maintenance of heat treatment systems. The close cooperation between these two units is expected to contribute to the performance of the new heat treatment services centre. Start of production is scheduled for Autumn 2020.

www.heat-treatment-services.com



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