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Phone: GERMANY 3721 - 26830 Fax: GERMANY 3721 - 268319 E-Mail:

    how to find us

    Take the A4 or A72 direction Chemnitz
    If you come via the A4, take the A72 at the motorway junction Chemnitz in the direction of Hof.

    Leave the A72 at the Stollberg/West exit and follow the signs to Thalheim.
    If you are driving on the B95, turn onto the B180 in Burkhardtsdorf in the direction of Thalheim.

    Coming from the AS Stollberg/West: Drive through the village of Thalheim until you reach the town hall (on the right hand side). Immediately after the town hall the main road turns twice, first left then right (double crossing). At the second crossing, leave the main road to the left and follow the road for about 300m.

    Coming from the B95: Drive through the village of Thalheim until the main road turns left. Leave the main road straight ahead and follow the road for about 300m.

    When you see our company buildings you have made it.

    Information for truck drivers

    The B180 from Stollberg to Thalheim is closed for trucks over 2.8t and for vehicles with water polluting loads. Please drive via Thalheim as described. From Thalheim the B180 is free of traffic up to our company.

    For vans or trucks without trailers or semi-trailers our company can be reached without any problems. Please drive on the small side street above our company until you reach the gate. Then you can drive backwards to our yard and thus turn around.

    Trucks with trailers or semitrailers: Please wait in front of our company building. We will then direct you backwards into the small side street. In this street there is no turning possibility for trucks. Trucks with trailers are recommended to drive first into Stadtbadstraße instead of Stollberger Str. After about 300m you will reach a large parking lot where you can unhitch the trailer. Backwards driving into the small street above our company with semitrailer has been practiced several times. We have no experience with trailers in this respect.