Credit picture: Franz Michalski

Traktionssysteme Austria (TSA) announces it is continuing its business expansion with the takeover of the former Hausmann property at Brown Boveri Str. 10, following the rental agreement of the former Grünzweig building located on the border between Mödling and Wiener Neudorf (Im Felberbrunn).

The latest developments mark a significant milestone towards ’TSA-City‘, as the extension of the site is described in the company’s strategy paper, TSA points out.

TSA towards establishing ‘TSA-City’

After completing conversion and renovation work, a state-of-the-art logistics and assembly hall with an area of 3,600m² is now in operation, TSA says. This new facility not only includes the recently expanded ROAD assembly activities, which were outsourced from the headquarters manufacturing premises to the opposite production hall, but also includes large-scale storage racks. This enables the storage of components such as stators and PM rotors from the plant in Tuzla (BiH), finished goods and other materials for assembly, the company adds. 

“TSA is thus responding effectively to the increasing demand for storage space and has now the opportunity to give up previously external storage premises in order to unite all activities under one roof. These measures are designed to enable an efficient and optimized assembly of expected future quantities in the ROAD product segment. Thanks to this strategic integration, all processes can be coordinated smoothly for an optimum use of production capacities”, TSA states.

A small inauguration party was recently held at the now renamed Werk2, where all 400 employees came together to celebrate the remarkable success and this decisive step towards expansion and optimized work. TSA concludes: “We are convinced that the intelligent development of ‘TSA City’ (Werk1, Werk 2 & Werk 3) in line with our 2030 Corporate Strategy will make a significant contribution to strengthening our Austrian location”. 

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