Updated on Wednesday, 4 August 2021 – 17:38
Mecanizados Bravo & Bippus has 90 employees and manufactures axles for electric and combustion vehicles. It is the 21st floor of the Basque group.
The multinational manufacturer of automotive components Teknia, based in Bizkaia, has acquired the company Mecanizados Bravo & Bippus, located in Ampuero (Cantabria) which is dedicated to the manufacture of shafts for electric motors.
The new Teknia plant has 90 employees, generates an annual turnover of 10 million euros and was part since 1999 of an association between Bravo Enterprises and the german company Paul Bippus GmbH.
This new Teknia plant is specialized in the bar machining for the production of different components, among which are the axles for electric and combustion vehicle engines. The new facility manufactures a wide range of turned and ground parts.
Mecanizados Bravo & Bippus has a variety of technologies that allow it to carry out different operations such as milling, assembly, induction heat treatment, pressing and serration.
This installation is the second from Teknia in the Cantabrian town of Ampuero, where in 2018 it acquired another plant from the company Bravo Enterprises.
This acquisition brings to 21 Teknia plants in 12 countries around the world and it represents a further step in the company’s commitment to electric mobility by accompanying its customers, with the incorporation of new products, while expanding the company’s capabilities when it comes to machining bars for the automotive industry, reports the multinational from Bizkaia.
Teknia’s clients include the world’s leading vehicle and component manufacturers and has more than 3,000 employees and a turnover of 285 million euros in 2020.
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