Tuesday, July 18, 2023
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For Vauth-Sagel sustainability is in their DNA. Impressive, unique and optimally utilised, and now with the perfect implementation of the motto, ‘keep on growing’ Vauth-Sagel ensures its commitment towards sustainability. Alongside the fact that products with a particularly long service life have always been part of the company’s DNA, VAUTH-SAGEL have already relied on maximum reusability with earlier trade fair booths. With their current booth design, the company has taken a further significant step. People are the focus, and therefore at a recent tradefair, interzum the booth was created on an anthropological foundation in the form of a unique polygonal garden landscape.
As early as 2019, Vauth-Sagel reused their complete booth structure and its exhibits, and integrated them into the in-house exhibition in the showroom at company headquarters in Erkeln, Germany. The sustainability viewpoint has again been included as a top priority in the concept development process. “All of this is happening under the motto #KEEPONGROWING, which we made our main communication tagline starting this year,” said CEO Claus Sagel. “With it, we want to show that healthy growth in a partner-like atmosphere is also possible even under the current circumstances.”
As part of the sustainable concept development of the interzum trade fair booth, all exhibits and props (chairs, tables, etc.) are in-house designs made from natural pine plywood. Elements like counter systems, lounge and office components from the subsidiary Mauser, as well as props and decorative items, are also used. Construction materials that are as natural as possible in the same material as flooring and wall materials, for example, are used in prototype construction, for logistical purposes, as shipping boxes and for the planned co-working space at the Beverungen development location.
Vauth-Sagel has already implemented numerous sustainability initiatives, including the conversion to LED lighting, optimisation of the compressed air system and the use of co-generation units.