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Koziol Production Halls

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Koziol is a famous German company which specializes in designer plastic products for the household.  I recently visited their  headquarters in Odenwald, Germany, and am doing a series of posts about what I saw.  This is the third… if you missed the previous ones click here: Part1 and Part2.

In this post I’ll take you around the production hall where all the plastic magic happens.

The basis of almost everything Koziol produces is recyclable plastic, stored and used in the form of granulates which come in all kind of different colors:

koziol-colors

These colorful granulates will be added to the basic (usually white, or clear plastic granulates) material:

koziol-storage

Now let’s head over to the production hall:

koziol-production-hall

granulate-sucker

In the picture above you see the basic white granulate which is mixed with the colored ones, in the next picture:

koziol-granulat

To produce violet colored cups, for example:

mixing-the-colors

koziol-robot

army-of-koziol-cups

koziol-cups-done

Every plastic ejection machine has sample products so the worker can see how the final item will look like:

bagged-butterflies

final-product-sample

koziol-Azubi

at-work-koziol

butterflies-done

Here are some more random images from the production process of Koziol’s fantastic plastic items:

red-dude-in-production

koziol-red

Koziol-slide

happy-koziol

koziol-strainer-production

koziol-strainers

koziol-bags

In the next post I’ll blog about their shipping department, so don’t miss it. Please subscribe to the Random Good Stuff RSS Feed.

- Shop for Koziol products here

Posted by RGS   @   7 July 2009 8 comments
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Sep 26, 2013
6:12 pm
#1 lucy :

this is good and all but it dosn’t really tell you how they are made

more detail would be nice!

but over all very good

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