Sinnex, with headquarters in Swabian Steinheim, specializes in exclusive and highly custom interior furnishings for motor boats and yachts, luxury hotels, private jets, villas and private residences, executive boardrooms and operas and concert halls. Attention to detail, dexterity and exquisite craftsmanship as well as mastery of state-of-the-art technologies are united to form a perfect symbiosis at Sinnex. This results in perfect interaction of demanding technology and superlative craftsmanship, worth appreciating.
“We combine state-of-the-art technology with traditional craftsmanship”, stated Alexander Höfling, Commercial Business Manager at the Sinnex production facilities in Griffen. “With our 120 employees, together with up to 500 specialists from a a network of cooperating companies, we cover all interior finishing work to realize exclusive and exquisite surroundings.” Work accomplished by the company itself as well as it network partners all carries the same common hand. Some of Sinnex’s core competencies are in project management. “In cooperation with many partner companies, each belonging to the best in their field, we frequently handle highly complex interior finishing projects as general contractor.” We use high quality interior finishing materials such as wood, metal, natural stone, glass and textiles, chosen in direct cooperation with the customer and architects. “Our technical equipment and organizational competency provides the base to make it possible”, continued Höfling, “to also allow traditional-working shops offering exclusive craftsmanship to participate in the project work.” This expands capacities tremendously, allowing us to provide exclusive, one-of-a-kind finishing work while always remaining flexible to changes on the market and new trends.
“One of Sinnex’s particular strengths” according to the 46-year-old nautical engineer, “is finishing work on luxury motor boats and yachts, whereby we handle the entire interior finishing spectrum from initial planning to final acceptance of the finished work.”
“To continue to meet the continuously increasing requirements in this high end field of interior finishing, we have upgraded our production line at our production facilities in Körnten to the state-of-the-art this summer,” informed Wolfgang Walzl, Technical Business Manager at Sinnex in Griffen. For example an automatic storage system from Barbaric was installed, and is being used to charge a new CNC nesting machine from HOLZ-HER. Procurement of this combined automated system consisting of a Dynestic 7521 with automatic horizontal storage equipment from Barbaric, was a reaction to the continuously increasing pressure of competition, explained Walzl, who has been active in the company since 2004. The new nesting equipment ensures optimum organization for the entire cutting process frequently involving extremely high quality panel material with sensitive surfaces. “We process materials such as chipboard and plywood panels, aluminum core and foam glass panels as well as even some laminated veneer surfaces”, stated 40-year-old Walzl. “The shaped parts produced here are either used directly in our production or are sent to partner companies in our network.”