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Our plant in Saarwellingen, Germany

Address

KIRCHHOFF Automotive Deutschland GmbH

Lucie-Bolte-Straße 2

66793 Saarwellingen

GERMANY

+49 6838 86593-0

Facts

Employees: 65
Building area: 6.300 m²
Year of foundation: 2003

About the plant

KIRCHHOFF Automotive Saarwellingen as assembly plant and JIT location is specialized in spot and arc welding of metal structure parts and operates a measurement technology laboratory.

Plant Manager

Name:

Artur Rath
Plant Manager

Address:

KIRCHHOFF Automotive Deutschland GmbH

Am Eckenbach 10-14

57439 Attendorn

GERMANY

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Working and living in the region

People looking for rest and recovery, but also activity holiday tourists find many ways for their holiday organization in Saarwellingen and its surroundings. The city of Saarwellingen is located in the heart of the region Saar-Lor-Lux. Trips to Saarbrücken, Völklinger Hütte, Luxemburg, Trier, and Metz cater for all tastes. But also Saarwellingen itself has a plenty to offer. The open-air swimming pool in Saarwellingen is regarded as popular adventure and family pool. Those who love the outdoors feels in good hands in Saarwellingen. Numerous cycling and hiking paths guide you through widespread woods. Girls and boys, women and men of every age can reasonably spend their free-time. About 140 cultural and sports clubs contribute to this.

The most famous sights are the old Saarwellingen castle, today town hall, and the "old town hall" that has been used as cultural center since 1994. For those who are interested in historical architecture, also the old farm house in Pickardstraße, the old "bower" in Hützweilerstraße as well as the historical building in Engelstraße, which nowadays is a police station, is of huge interest.

Among others, the ruins of an old mill (Bannmühle) and the landmarks that today still are located south of the urban district Schwarzenholz and include the year figure 1777. Once a castle, Heßburg, also called Burg Hesebach, was located in the Chrich meadow between Saarwellingen and Reisbach. It was in possession of the knights of the Rollinger tribe and was destroyed in the turmoil of the Peasant's War. Today, the "old castle way" that passes the Schönstatt chapel to the outdoor game reserve "Wolfsrath", respectively the north shaft of Ensdorf mine, reminds of it.

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