Company facilities

Výzkumné a vývojové centrum
Budova vedení společnosti a administrativy
Středisko strojních montáží
Elektro-montážní hala

TEMEX has its own state-of-the-art facilities, consisting of 4 buildings. In addition to the administration building, new buildings were specifically designed to provide the necessary workspace for our divisions.


Company management and administration building

The oldest building in the company was purchased in 1996 at a reputable address in the immediate vicinity of a beautiful park. Adaptations to the building in 1997 and 2016 have created a really excellent working environment that is, pardon the boasting, one of the best in Europe.
Along with administrative and management offices, the building also houses centers for automation, electrical design, air conditioning and drives. A modern training center has been set up on the ground floor of the building, where various courses in automation and drive systems take place not only for our employees, but also for external parties.

Machine assembly center built in 2001

To improve and accelerate assembly production and therefore increase our competitiveness, we needed to find suitably larger spaces. The business plan we submitted at the turn of the millennium was approved by the Ministry in 2000. In the same year, we received a grant to construct a new assembly hall and design office. The entire building was completed in three months and in January 2001 all assemblies were moved to it. 

Electrical assembly hall built in 2014

The constantly increasing volumes of electrical equipment manufacture and deliveries of high-end components led us to construct a new two-story building dedicated to electrical assemblies and including a CNC center.

TEMEX research and development center built in 2018

Lately an important factor in the continuing development of our company has been to operate our own specialized center dedicated to development and systematic and consistent innovation. That is why a fourth two-story building was built, to bring together all activities associated with the development and production of single-purpose machines and automated workplaces. 
The ground floor contains a machining center with state-of-the-art CNC equipment and a testing hall for automated robotic lines. Upstairs is home to the machine design office and development and production center.