MUT-Tschamber Misch- und Trenntechnik GmbH determined to continue after fire destruction
Dear business partners,
It is a disastrous catastrophe for us, for the Tschamber family, the company MUT-Tschamber Misch-
und Trenntechnik GmbH as well as for our 45 employees:
on December 30, 2022 a major fire
destroyed the company works in Wehr, Germany, completely right down to the foundation slab.
That very night we decided to rebuild and continue the business in the same spot. Clearly, it is a
disaster when we think of all that has been lost. However, nothing and no-one can take away the
most important thing from us: we have been a top know-how provider in the industry since 1979,
which also gives us great strength for a new start. In addition, we have a social responsibility towards
the families impacted.
We have already started with the planning and realization of the new building including our own
For the meantime, MUT-Tschamber has rented premises as a temporary solution. Part of the
management and administration employees are already back on the job as usual. We are confident
that all employees will be able to return to their workplaces by the end of January. When it comes to
production parts, the company will initially rely on long-standing partner companies. The important
final assembly of the agitators will continue to be carried out by MUT-Tschamber.
Both the purchasing department and the work preparation department are currently working at full
speed. It is our top priority to restore and/or deliver all orders as promptly as possible.
Unfortunately, however, it will not be possible to avoid delivery delays in this situation.
For new requests or enquiries about existing offers, our team is already at your service again.
The Tschamber family and MUT-Tschamber GmbH would like to thank their customers and suppliers
for their immense empathy and solidarity. This also counts among the most important motivations
for us to continue with the company. We hope that with your support and understanding we can
overcome these hard times as quickly as possible and continue to draw strength for a new beginning.