Remscheid, 22 November 2016
Vaillant makes millionth latest generation ecoTEC condensing boiler
- Remscheid plant supplies high-quality products around the world
- To mark this milestone, Vaillant donates heating appliances to partner SOS Children’s Villages
Today, at its parent plant in Remscheid, heating, ventilation and air-conditioning specialist Vaillant Group celebrated the manufacture of its one millionth wall-hung, latest generation Vaillant ecoTEC condensing boiler. The appliance has been produced here since 2011, with annual production numbers on the rise. “Our colleagues manufacture high-quality products in Remscheid that enjoy enormous popularity around the world – as far as China,” says Plant Manager Lutz Forßmann. To mark the manufacture of its millionth latest generation condensing boiler, Vaillant is kitting out the Mütterzentrum (“Mothers Centre”) at the SOS Children’s Village in Salzgitter with ecoTEC condensing boilers. As a strategic partner of “SOS Children’s Villages worldwide”, Vaillant has long since installed highly efficient heating technology in buildings belonging to the charitable organisation around the globe. The Vaillant Group’s parent plant in Remscheid is one of the largest manufacturing sites within the company’s production network. With the construction of a new research and development centre, the company is transforming its headquarters into a significant location for pioneering technologies.
The Vaillant Group is an internationally operating heating, ventilation and air-conditioning technology concern based in Remscheid, Germany. As one of the world's market and technology leaders, the Vaillant Group develops and produces tailor-made products, systems and provides services for domestic comfort. The product portfolio ranges from efficient heating appliances based on customary fuels to system solutions for using regenerative energy sources. In financial year 2015 the company, which has been family-owned since its founding in 1874, achieved with more than 12,000 employees sales totalling about €2.4 billion.