Mayor congratulates Otto Klumpp on its anniversary

A family business characterised by having the highest quality development, manufacture and sale of plastic injection moulded products and injection moulding tools is celebrating its 60th anniversary.

The family business based in Ostdorf, which is still successful today, started life in 1961 in a small workshop after the appointment of master mechanic Otto Klumpp. Starting with precision parts and mechanical work, the company succeeded in expanding over the years - from mould construction for the injection moulding process, a technology which was still in its infancy at the time, to the start of serial plastic injection moulding production to medical engineering.

The opportunities that have arisen in these areas made it possible for the company to defy the Corona pandemic and have a positive effect on society. The internal management structures have also been adapted and optimised over time, meaning that the company can continue to exist successfully with 150 employees under the leadership of Claudia and Martin Klumpp.

The company turned 60 this year. To celebrate this anniversary, Mayor Helmut Reitemann, together with municipal administrator Helmut Haug and business promoter Niko Skarlatoudis, took the time to express their congratulations and visit the production facility on site. As well as high-quality thermoplastic injection moulded products, technically sophisticated tool solutions are also developed, manufactured and sold here. The company’s leading position in the plastics processing industry is based on its know-how and many years of experience.

Mayor Helmut Reitemann draws the following conclusion from his interesting visit: “I have been impressed by the Otto Klumpp company, which has developed from a small workshop into a company with powerful social and health benefits for the population. The modern technologies which are used here for development and production are time-oriented and forward-looking. We are proud that this passion and quality awareness exists in our city and has successfully endured.”

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