Hall for final production

Flexibility is the key to success. A finishing hall offers companies the opportunity to expand their production capacities quickly and efficiently. Whether as a temporary solution or as a long-term extension - a finishing hall can be perfectly customised to the individual needs of the company.

What is a finishing hall?

A finishing hall is a specially designed industrial building that is used for the final stages of the production process. This is where activities such as assembly, quality control, packaging and dispatch preparation take place.

Components of a modern finishing hall

Innovative roof construction

The centrepiece of an efficient finishing hall is its roof construction. Our industrial tents have thermal roof tarpaulins that guarantee optimum insulation. This innovative technology ensures a constant indoor climate and significantly reduces energy consumption.

 

Advantages of our lightweight hall

  • Flexibility: Quick adaptation to changing production requirements
  • Cost savings: Lower investment costs compared to conventional buildings
  • Time saving: Short construction times enable fast commissioning
  • Energy efficiency: Modern insulation techniques reduce energy costs
  • Scalability: Simple expansion options as demand grows

Temperature control

The side walls of a finishing hall play a decisive role in maintaining the desired interior temperature. High-quality insulated walls with a thickness of 40 mm provide excellent thermal insulation and contribute to the energy efficiency of the hall.

 

Flexible access options

The right access options are essential for a smooth material flow. A finishing hall has various door systems - in the right place:

  • Roller shutters for quick access with forklift trucks
  • Sectional doors for optimum space utilisation
  • Personnel doors for easy access for staff

Our areas of application for finishing halls

You can draw on our experience from our numerous projects in various sectors in the construction of industrial marquees. For example:

Automotive industry

In the automotive industry, finishing halls are used for the final assembly and quality control of vehicles. The flexible structures enable rapid adaptation to new model series and production processes.

Electronics industry

Finishing halls provide the ideal environment for the manufacture of electronic devices. The controlled atmosphere protects sensitive components from dust and moisture during final assembly.

Food and beverage industry

In the food and beverage industry, finishing halls serve as a hygienic environment for the packaging and labelling of products. Temperature control is particularly important here to ensure the quality of the goods.

Technical details

Width: 20,00 m
Length: 50,00 m
Area: 1.000,00 m²
Side height: 5,20 m
Roof: Thermo roof and gable triangle
Facade: 40mm Iso walls for side and gable

Case study: Finishing hall for the cosmetics industry

A manufacturer of detergents and cosmetic products was faced with the challenge of expanding its production capacity at short notice. The solution: a customised finishing hall from our agent Expo biro.

  • Dimensions: 20 x 50 m
  • Side height: 5.2 m
  • Special equipment: thermal roof, insulated walls, personnel doors, roller shutters

 

Special requirements

The hall is used as a a final packaging hub and as a temporary storage facility for these packaging materials and must be kept at a constant temperature all year round. A constant temperature is crucial for the production process, especially in winter. The M-Line finishing hall fulfils these requirements perfectly and enables a constant temperature for labelling the filled bottles.

The new finishing hall enabled the company to significantly increase its production capacity while ensuring the highest quality standards. The flexible solution fitted seamlessly into the existing production process and impressed with its energy efficiency and optimal working conditions.

 

Conclusion

A finishing hall in the form of an industrial tent is more than just a building replacement - it is a strategic tool for increasing your competitiveness. With its flexibility, efficiency and adaptability, it offers your company the opportunity to react quickly to market changes and optimally utilise your production capacities.