Monday, October 30, 2023
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“We are already looking forward to Nuremberg,” says Gregor Baumbusch, CEO of the WEINIG Group: “The focus for WEINIG and HOLZ-HER is on products for smaller businesses and the craft sector. Especially in the current economic situation, we have to do even more for ours be a reliable partner for customers.” In addition, participation in HOLZ-HANDWERK is a clear commitment: “We stand by Germany as an economic and innovation location.”
As further support, the company will increasingly offer focus events for the respective customer groups at its various locations in the coming year, says Oliver Kunzweiler, Head of Central Marketing at the WEINIG Group: “We are not close to small businesses and crafts Lip service, but daily practice. And of course, our employees are always available to provide advice outside of every event.”
After witnessing a successful HOLZ-HANDWERK 2022 with orders pouring in from 43 countries, and selling over 58 machines, systems and services, WEINIG is once again returning to the show with high hopes and endless expectation of business expansion.
The WEINIG Group, which had expressly committed itself to the HOLZ-HANDWERK trade fair long before it started, was represented in full size. A large selection of the product portfolio was shown on 1,600 sqm. The focus was not only on the machines, but also on the software and service offerings of the machine manufacturer from Tauberbischofsheim. The solutions in the field of planers and moulders as well as in CNC and window processing were of particular interest to the visitors. WEINIG’s global innovation in the CNC sector, the Vario MC 50, which was presented for the first time at Holz-Handwerk, did not make its way home to the headquarters in Tauberbischofsheim after the trade fair. It caused so much excitement at the trade fair that it was sold directly at the stand!
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