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Göppingen

(göp`ĭng-ən), city (1994 pop. 56,770), Baden-Württemberg, S Germany. Its manufactures include machinery, precision instruments, textiles, plastics, and toys. Mineral water is bottled and shipped. Göppingen was chartered by the Hohenstaufen in the mid-12th cent. The city was twice (1425, 1782) devastated by fire. Noteworthy buildings include a church (15th cent.) and a castle (1559–69).
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Coherix Europe has strategically collaborated with topometric GmbH in Goppingen Germany.
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Certainly, Luther enlisted the aid of such converts as former Rabbi Jacob (later Bernard) Gipher of Goppingen and the Spaniard Matthew Adrian for missionary work among the Jews, but Luther did not appoint baptized Jews to positions of authority in his church.
GIMA, part of the Casting Solutions Technologies Group (CST), Goppingen, Germany, is a turnkey provider of dies and molds, particularly for the low pressure aluminum diecasting section of the industry.
Carey's affiliated income generating real estate funds, CPA(R):15 and CPA(R):16 - Global, acquired Schuler's global headquarters and largest production site in Goppingen, Germany and are leasing it back to Schuler on a long-term basis.
Goppingen, Germany (represented here by Bader USA), a supplier of leather components for automotive interiors and the largest maker of leather-clad car gearshift handles in Europe, has found a new use for leather scraps not suitable for prime auto applications.
In fact, as a teenager in 1956, Bayrle--who never attended art school--envisioned for himself a career as a textile engineer or a pattern programmer, having begun a two-year apprenticeship at the Gutmann factory in Goppingen, south of Stuttgart.
Press manufacturer Schuler AG, Goppingen, Germany, fits into the category of the classical large-scale mechanical-engineering operation.
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Plant Location: Goppingen, Germany (Press & Dryer Fabrics)