Visitor records and innovations at the leading trade fairs

Full stands, a good atmosphere, many orders and numerous high-quality contacts - the major leading trade fairs in spring were excellent for HANSA-FLEX. At both the Hannover Messe (1 to 5 April) and the bauma in Munich (8 to 14 April), the trade fair team was able to report consistently positive feedback and new visitor records at the HANSA-FLEX stand.

 

Both trade fairs presented themselves more internationally than ever before and reported a particularly high proportion of foreign visitors. Among its 215,000 trade visitors, the Hannover Messe for the first time recorded a share of almost 40% of international guests. More than 250,000 of the total of 620,000 trade visitors from abroad travelled to Munich for the "Rekord-bauma". 

 

HANSA-FLEX offered a whole range of new products to the top-class public. One of the highlights was the innovative SRS parachute clamp, a modular bracket for simplified tool-free assembly of pipes and hoses. It met with a positive response and great interest such as the further developments in hose management My.HANSA-FLEX or the integration of RFID technology for contactless reading of X-CODE hose markings.

 

 

Matthias Henke, Head of Sales and Marketing at HANSA-FLEX AG, was correspondingly highly satisfied with the two successful trade fair participations. "The bottom line was that we received numerous highly interesting orders and enquiries as well as various high-quality and exciting contacts. In addition, we had a truly outstanding atmosphere at our stand, for which I would once again like to express my sincere thanks to everyone involved.

A conclusion: The training adventure by Daniel Witzke

Last November, our trainee Daniel Witzke from the HANSA-FLEX branch in Celle received a very special order: The third-year trainee in wholesale and foreign trade was asked to travel to the United Arab Emirates for two weeks for a foreign assignment. An exciting challenge for the 22-year-old: "After all, I am still a 'pupil' myself, how can I function as a 'teacher' in a distant country? But in retrospect, that worked very well.

 

Daniel grew beyond himself during his stay and mastered challenges such as working in a foreign language despite exhausting jetlag and dealing with a foreign culture, its customs and traditions. Daniel not only supported his local colleagues in optimizing administrative processes and dealing with SAP, but also experienced many exciting, funny and unexpected adventures. 

 

At the end of November, our trainee returned to Germany. After a little time and distance to digest the collected impressions, he comes to the following conclusion: 

The commitment and time in general have not strengthened my feeling for the first time that it is a privilege to work at HANSA-FLEX. It is rare to find a corporate structure that is faced with global challenges, but in which a sense of togetherness that was previously unknown to me prevails, across national and cultural borders. (...) If I reflect on this time now, my basic impression of this commitment in the United Arab Emirates is overwhelmingly positive. Even with long consideration there is no aspect that remains negative in my memory. (...) The experiences I have gained over the two weeks are of great value to me.

Anyone who has now become curious and would like to learn more about Daniel and his educational adventure in the United Arab Emirates can read his detailed reports on our Facebook page.

 

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