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Tianjin production site

39° 4‘ 59.448“ N, 117° 33‘ 29.278“ O

Manufacturing in Tianjin – The world in miniature

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Tianjin was a small fishing village in the 11th century, closely linked to the history of Peking. The village was developed into a garrison town with a large port. This port was coveted by many colonial powers who, above all in the 20th century, wanted to gain a foothold in the so-called concession areas. This led to uprisings of the oppressed population. It was only from 1949 that times quietened down, and the city was able to grow economically without obstacles – up until a serious earthquake, which destroyed a large part of the city in 1976. 

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Walking through the historical center, it is still possible to see traces of its tumultuous history in many parts. All of a sudden you spy houses that could be in Paris, Berlin or London – the whole world in miniature. DMG MORI has been represented by a large factory there since 2013 and produces milling machines for the Chinese market in Tianjin.​​​​​​​

FACTS & FIGURES about Tianjin
employees
on site
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m² company premises
machines
assembly capacity