To the future!


Fill Future Zone: Welcome to Future Street

With an investment volume of around 10 million euros, Fill has created a centre for digitalisation, research and development in Gurten, Upper Austria. The Future Zone is located on the company premises and covers an area of 6,400 m². In addition to three production halls and a logistics centre, the new building also features a 1,500 m² office complex.

In keeping with the theme of digitalisation, Fill's sister compony CORE smartwork has also found a new home here. This indicated by our new address: Zukunftsstrasse 2


Gurten, 21 July 2020 – After some 14 months of construction, work on the new Future Zone building has finished, and the CORE smartwork team were able the move into the new office in mid-June. "The global megatrend towards digitalisation is influencing almost every area of our lives. Digital communication has also played a very important role for us for some years now. So it quickly became clear to us during planning that CORE smartwork would be moving to the Future Zone," emphasises Andreas Fill, explaining: "For our competitiveness and innovative strength, it is vital for us to be a pioneer in this field. With the construction of the Future Zone, we are sending a strong signal and making a clear commitment to the Gurten site."


To the future!

The Future Zone is an advanced high-tech centre and a milestone in terms of digitalisation, research and development in Austria. Software development and mechanical development will be raised to a new level. The 1,500 m² office complex of the Future Zone offers the right space for lateral thinking and creative work in a state-of-the-art atmosphere. A new street name was requested for the Future Zone. As of now, the street designation for Park 21 is Zukunftsstrasse, the German for Future Street. The address of the Future Zone and thus also the new address of CORE smartwork is therefore Zukunftsstrasse 2.

"We look forward to welcoming our customers, partners and interested parties to the new building in future," says CORE smartwork Managing Director Michaela Keim.

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