New Rethink Robotics headquarters
New Rethink Robotics headquarters in Bochum officially inaugurated
RÖDER H-Line at Rethink Robotics Hahn Group Technology Center
The new Rethink Robotics Hahn Group Technology Center has now been officially inaugurated at the Bochum location. As a subsidiary of the Hahn Group, Rethink Robotics will develop new cobot technologies here. The new Rethink-Robotics-Center is located in the immediate vicinity of the learning factory of the Chair of Production Systems at the Ruhr-Universität in Bochum. The building itself was built by the sister companies of the Hahn Group, schnaitt and RÖDER Group, from the association of the RAG Foundation. The RÖDER construction H-Line 20M x 25M with ISO and glass facade has been equipped with a multi-shell floor system and air conditioning technology. schnaitt Internationale Messe- und Ladenbau GmbH created the complete interior decoration, so that Rethink Robotics GmbH was able to move to its new location in summer 2020 and present its innovations. “We were very pleased to be able to implement this interesting project together with schnaitt”, says Dipl. Ind. -Des. Martin Warlo, Project Manager of RÖDER Group.
Rethink Robotics' symbolizes the transformation of the mining-dominated region into a location for future technologies
The premises are part of the new Hahn Group Technology Center, a meeting place for customers and partners to experience and further develop innovative technologies. This creates a central location for the exchange of information, skills and technological developments in the immediate vicinity of universities and research institutions. This took account of short-term space requirements and encouraged further growth. “The opening of Rethink Robotics' new headquarters and production facility symbolizes the transformation of the mining-dominated region into a location for future technologies. We have supported the move from the outset and are confident that Rethink Robotics will find an ideal environment here to continue to grow”, says Bernd Tönjes, CEO of the RAG Foundation, which is a majority shareholder in the Hahn Group through its holding company RSBG SE.