German machinery company moves headquarters to Reading

By - Last modified: January 31, 2013 at 10:10 AM

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Contributed photo of new Reading headquarters
Contributed photo of new Reading headquarters

German-based Graebener-Reika Inc. has opened its new technical and sales headquarters in Reading.

The provider of machinery for the processing tube, pipe, bar, plate and sheet metal industry is moving into a 12,000-square-foot facility at 20 Oesterling Dr.

The facility is housing the company's engineering, sales and service staff with an on-site resource for machining, fabrication and assembly.

There are also three Reika rotary head tube/pipe-cutting machines on site for demonstration, prototyping and volume production.

Originally established as Graebener Group Technologies, the company changed its name with the move to better reflect its status as a joint venture between three manufacturing equipment companies: Graebener Machinintechnik and Reika of Germany and the Automatic Feed Co. of Ohio.

Stacy Wescoe

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