After seven months of intensive cooperation with Audi AG, Ingolstadt, Scherr+Klimke submitted on June 15th 2014 a package of documents to investor Grupo O´Donnell de México containing the Comprehensive Preliminary Design for the Supplier Park of the new Audi plant. The plant is situated close to Puebla, México, in San José Chiapa, and will produce the model Q5 for the world market.
The new Supplier Park will consist of two JIS/JIT (just-in-sequence/just-in-time) halls, a ckd (completely-knocked-down) hall and a Container Yard. The Preliminary Design also included an in-plant warehouse.more »
Every year Biberach University of Applied Sciences in cooperation with various regional companies, awards students who have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement. Scherr+ Klimke AG granted an achievement award to Masters degree student Vera Simon for her master thesis “Lifecycle-oriented Project Partnership”. She convinced the university jury and Scherr+Klimke with her outstanding interdisciplinary piece of work.more »
On April 10, 2013, the Prime Minister of the German Federal State of Rhineland-Palatinate, Mrs. Malu Dreyer, presided at the opening of the new heat and power station at the Mercedes-Benz plant in Wörth. In her opening speech, she referred to the project as an “ecological milestone”. Together with the plant manager,Yaris Pürsun, she officially put the new plant into operation. “Decentralized and environmentally friendly energy production are important elements of the energy turnaround in our country. The state government appreciates the role model function of Daimler Wörth in this matter which contains also an important contribution to climate protection”, according to the prime minister’s speech.
The Daimler-Benz-group invested 17 million € in the new combined heat-and-power station. The high efficiency plant will reduce energy consumption of Daimler Wörth by 25 % and reduce the CO2-Emissions by 15%. The three modules of the heat-and-power station will deliver 13,2 megawatts of power - the approximate equivalent of 85 kilowatt hours of electricity. The station will cover 40% of the electrical demand and - using the by-product of waste heat- 25% of the heat demand of Daimler Wörth. Within one year, the engineers of Scherr+Klimke completed the planning and implementation of four heat-and-power stations.