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Langen Feuerungsbau expands its future viability in 2024

Langen Feuerungsbau GmbH

Taking stock, modernizing, renewing, preparing for the future - what companies sometimes neglect when orders are booming is now being done at Langen Feuerungsbau in Duisburg-Rheinhausen. "We are continuing to expand our digitalization, bringing our warehouse, workshop, buildings and technology up to date and are now preparing for the times when the order situation picks up again," reports Managing Director Anja Vogt.

Langen Feuerungsbau is a manufacturer of special fire protection doors, inspection openings and inspection hatches for the energy industry, incineration plants and waste incineration. "In the past, we have been very successful in expanding energy efficiency in our company. This important issue extends from building management through all areas of the company to production and purchasing. We have taken a close look at energy consumption and savings potential within the company and have been able to realize considerable potential. We want to push this further," explains Anja Vogt. Langen Feuerungsbau has also invested heavily in digitalization: In cooperation with a CAD programmer, the missing 3D models of refractory doors and inspection openings were created, and 3D visualizations of the products were integrated into the Langen Feuerungsbau website for download. "We have now revised and created most of the drawings so that we can provide our customers with new 3D files and drawings in a variety of formats," adds Operations Manager and Managing Director Karsten Vogt.

Digitalisation continues to be driven forward

Our telephone system has also been digitized, for the entire group of companies, i.e. for Langen Feuerungsbau as well as for Bongardt & Vogt GmbH and Vogt & Vogt Verwaltungs UG," says Karsten Vogt. In recent months, the company has also made some changes to its production and warehouse, products can now be ordered even more individually, processes have been simplified and stocks have been increased. "We continue to make ourselves fit for 2024 and look forward to what this year will bring," says Karsten Vogt optimistically.

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