Bluffton, Ohio – Grob’s new 45,918ft2, three-story facility will feature an open floor plan and flexible workspace designed to help foster greater collaboration, innovation, and creativity. Throughout the campus, a variety of working and gathering spaces will be available to employees to provide maximum flexibility for every working situation.
"We had the opportunity to build something new, giving every consideration to what kind of space our employees would be excited to work in, as well as represent the design and technology of our products” says Grob System Inc. CEO, Michael Hutecker.
"It was important for us to continue our commitment to the Village of Bluffton and the state of Ohio. We've been a huge part of this community for almost 30 years, and we're pleased to bring what we believe is one of the state's top work environments to the area."
There are approximately 560 Grob employees located on-site, with space to allow for future growth. The campus boasts a full-service kitchen that offers a free lunch, as well as an outside patio dining area.
"This building makes a bold statement about our product, while still paying tribute to our roots and demonstrating our journey for the future."
“We feel the addition to our campus will aid in drawing in the communities top talent.” Resumes can always be sent to email@example.com.
GROB Systems, Inc. started their operations in Bluffton, Ohio in 1991 as a manufacturer of machine tool equipment, primarily for the automotive industry. They are a subsidiary of Grob-Werke GmbH & Co. KG, located in Mindelheim, Germany. The Grob Group currently consists of manufacturing facilities in Germany, Brazil, United States and China. In addition to these sites, they also have sales and service facilities globally.
Grob Systems’ apprenticeship program began in 1991. Grob is proud to have such a valuable program in place. Not only are they training their workforce for the future, but they are continuing to strengthen the manufacturing presence in Ohio.
Grob Systems’ core competency is in manufacturing systems:
- Five-axis machining centers
- Special machine tools, flexible manufacturing systems
- Assembly and test equipment
- Robots and automation