facebook twitter linkedin instagram pinterest blogspot youtube xing wikipedia
< back PRESS




Industry / Machine Engineering / Plastics / Personnel


Even greater focus on individual customer service

The Fill Plastics Competence Center has reinforced its sales team. With immediate effect, the polyurethane (PUR) expert Jürgen Huber is the point of contact for individual customer projects.


Fill Machine Engineering is expanding its sales team in the field of plastics in order to have an even stronger market presence in future. The acknowledged expert in plastics and PUR processing, Jürgen Huber, is now responsible for polyurethane sales. Huber has 15 years´ experience in this sector and will be focusing in his new area of responsibility on the support of individual customer projects.  With this measure, Fill Machine Engineering is underpinning its strategy of continuous growth in international markets. In future, the Upper Austrian high-tech company intends to expand its product portfolio for plastics to cover plastic automotive components and other applications.


Gurten, 21 March 2011 – Renowned reinforcement for Fill´s Plastics Competence Center: Jürgen Huber, an expert with polyurethane and methods for PU-processing, is contributing his own competence to the Fill sales team. "Jürgen Huber has extensive experience in this line of business and outstanding professional qualifications in the field of polyurethane. We are pleased to have such an expert on the Fill team and we are convinced that we can now address individual customer requirements in an even more targeted manner," says CEO Andreas Fill. The 40-year-old Bavarian, Jürgen Huber, has 15 years´ sector and sales experience and, in his new role, will be primarily responsible for customized solutions for individual customer projects.



Full-range supplier in the automotive sector

Fill Machine Engineering is pursuing a policy of consistent sector-specific growth in the Plastics Competence Center. As a leading special machine builder and system integrator, Fill develops the best solutions internationally. In future, the Upper Austrian high-tech company will be supplying production systems for numerous plastic automotive components. "Our production systems will be used for manufacturing many automotive production parts out of polyurethane and composites. Our scope of services in the field of polyurethane covers the whole lineup of production stages, from mixing and dosing systems to mold-making and complete system technology - all founded on over 30 years´ experience. We also provide complete process chains in the field of composites, from fiber & preforming, to forming & machining and testing," explains Wilhelm Rupertsberger, Manager of the Fill Plastics Competence Center.


Corporate Data

Fill is a leading international machine and plant manufacturing company serving diverse branches of industry. The family-owned business excels in the use of the latest technology and methods in management, communication, and production. Business operations encompass the fields of metal, plastics and wood for the automotive, wind energy, aerospace, and construction industries. The company is the global market leader in ski and snowboard production machines and aluminum core removal technology. Andreas Fill and Wolfgang Rathner are joint CEOs of the company founded in 1966 that is still completely family-owned. The company became a public limited company (GmbH) in 1987, was certified in accordance with ISO 9001 in 1997, and now has more than 450 employees.


More information can be found at:


For further inquiries, please contact:


Kommhaus – Media Enterprise

Altausseer Strasse 220

8990 Bad Aussee / Austria

Tel.: +43 3622 55344-0

Fax: +43 3622 55344-17


Renowned reinforcement for Fill´s Plastic Competence Center:
Jürgen Huber, an expert with polyurethane and methods for PU-processing, ist contributing his own competence to the Fill Machine Engineering sales team.

Photo: Fill
fill_maschinenbau.jpg Jürgen Huber
21.03.2011_en.doc Even greater focus on individual customer service