German office a catalyst for European business development, growth, and sustainability
The U.S. has always been a haven for investments. Given current market conditions, issues with supply-chain, and economic uncertainty, European manufacturers are investing in the world’s largest market now more than ever. U.S. assets, including low energy costs, a relatively healthy economy, lucrative tax incentives, and a flexible work environment also spur these manufacturers’ desire to move closer to their consumers and end-users of products.
“We are seeing complex manufacturing of product for the automotive, aerospace, pharmaceutical, and defense industries beginning to accelerate their growth in the U.S.,” said Oliver Kern, Vice President of International Business Development for Evans, and Division Manager of the German office. “Particularly, as a response to the pandemic and the desire to move supplies closer.”
Over the years, Evans has worked to establish business partnerships so that when ready, companies looking to expand in the U.S. can do so sustainably and within the parameters of their business model.
“We start with a deep dive into the clients’ process to develop a project that suits their requirements and meets smart factory initiatives. The best foundation for a successful market entry in the U.S. is a high level of transparency in developing a facility with design-build solutions,” mentioned Mario Fuchs, International Project Development Manager for Evans. “We’re with the client for the entire process – design through construction, including critical system support and special machinery integration. 85% of our business comes from repeat clients, from their first project idea up to their expansion”.
We’ve not only assisted European-based companies from Austria, Italy, Germany, Lithuania, Spain, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom; but also, Canadian, Chinese, Japanese, and Mexican-based companies have sought Evans’ support. Our footprint has made an international name for itself, and our portfolio continues to grow as a result of early efforts to be a resource for European business development.