Jupiter Bach sees global production setup as way to weather crisis

Geographic distribution of production with factories on three continents will be decisive for stepping over tripwires facing the industry these years, says Chief Executive Andreas Kipker, stating that the balance now is tipping toward Europe.

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Last Monday, incoming Jupiter Bach Chief Executive Andreas Kipker left home in Denmark to travel to Lithuanian industrial town Tauragė, where he spent three days wearing protective gloves and a respiration filter while overseeing fiberglass work making nacelle and spinner covers for wind turbine axels at the company’s plant in the Baltic country – just to get a little composite material under his nails before formerly taking over the lead role of the Danish manufacturer.

”It was really fun and instructive to stand beside highly experienced workers and make things in practice rather than just sitting at the office and imagining oneself as unbelievable smart,” says the newly appointed executive.

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