German is always the language we hold up as the greatest exemplar of the "Complex compound word'.
I can only recall "Fernschnellzugmitdurchgangswagen"
Or the germanicized description of the V2 rocket;
Ive heard "Warwinds" already as a newspaper reporter neologism. Somethimes these compound words get legs and are quickly adopted into colloquial speak. Words like "tacklebox" or "Posthole-driver" become compound words AND hyphenated phrases. Ive seen "cablebox" as a single compound word in some ads, Same thing with "Filmateleven" .
We do this in natural sciences a lot. I have no reason why since it is often difficult to place compound words in technical dictionaries. WE generate new (often really stupid new techy words and start using them without anyone voicing a valid opinion), like "Planktivorous" or "Stinkdamp"