Bielefeld production site

51° 55‘ 40.697“ N, 8° 35‘ 45.331“ O

Bielefeld, the home of large company names


Bielefeld is one of the 20 largest cities in Germany and is home to large company names. Not only DMG MORI is at home there, but also Dr. Oetker and the Seidensticker Group. The first recorded mention of Bielefeld was in 1214. The Hanseatic city quickly became the economic and financial center of the county of Ravensburg under the guardianship of Sparrenberg Castle.

Sennestadt, a new district of Bielefeld, is home to the 180,000 m² DMG MORI site and a workforce of around 1,000 employees. It houses both the DMG MORI AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT headquarters as well as GILDEMEISTER Drehmaschinen GmbH and REALIZER GmbH. The DMG MORI Academy, also located in Bielefeld, expands the machine tool manufacturer’s wide range of training offers – from CNC training to courses in service.


While GILDEMEISTER Drehmaschinen GmbH remains synonymous for expertise in universal turning, production turning, and turning and milling complex tools, REALIZER develops and builds innovative powder bed machines from the LASERTEC SLM series in the field of additive manufacturing. The DMG MORI Academy expands this promising technology of the future with a comprehensive consulting service. Its goal is to support companies in developing the required skills in ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING and to establish the possible process chains.

FACTS & FIGURES about Bielefeld
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