Recaro Aircraft Seating has broken ground on a new expansion project that features a new customer service area, a flame lab and crash facility. In total, Recaro has acquired additional 45,000 m² and will invest €40 million in the new buildings.
The customer service area will improve operational processes by connecting all production, administration and logistic areas via a central meeting axis.
Scheduled for a spring 2021 launch, the new flame lab will ramp up the facility’s testing capabilities by seamlessly integrating the fire test chambers with the flame certification tests.
By 2021, the new crash facility will be able to run 300 dynamic crash tests a year at the site for the certification and development of passenger seats .
Recaro Aircraft Seating is looking towards a confident future. For the first time in company history, Recaro has earned more than €600 million in revenue by October 2019.
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