In the course of the years, the company Nordischer Maschinenbau Rud.Baader GmbH & Co. KG founded in 1919 by Rudolph M.J. Baader has developed into a worldwide leading manufacturer of machines and systems for food processing.
Today BAADER is a group with prduction sites in Luebeck, the US, Iceland etc. as well as subsidiaries and offices in the US, Canada, Chile, UK, Denmark, Namibia, Norway, Russia etc.
At present, BAADER's major competences comprise three product ranges:
The traditional support of the group of companies is the extensive program of fish processing machines and systems, as well as engineering
The versatile belt separators
Machines for the poultry processing industry
The large centralized spare parts store in Lübeck, decentralized service centers and agencies in over 70 locations worldwide, efficient serial production and preassembly of the highly precise spare parts as well as the daily shipment of spare parts guarantee the customer a maximum of benefit and productivity of the BAADER machines.
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