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HAUFF-TECHNIK SWISS OFFICIALLY OPENS

On 1 February,

2018, the Swiss national subsidiary Hauff-Technik Swiss AG opened its new

customer service and distribution centre in a celebratory atmosphere in

Oensingen.

Hermaringen/Oensingen,

01.02.2018 – In addition to customers, the opening ceremony was also attended by

representatives from local business and politics. "Our new national

subsidiary is a fine example of how Hauff-Technik has grown with its customers

and is now further expanding its presence in the international

environment," said Dr. Michael Seibold, Managing Director of Hauff-Technik

GmbH & Co. KG, at the opening ceremony. "The new customer service and

distribution centre will enable us to fulfil our aspiration of offering our

customers the best possible service. In the future, Hauff-Technik's extensive

product portfolio will be specially adapted to the Swiss market here."

The new branch in the industrial area of ​​Oensingen in the canton

of Solothurn is strategically located between Basel, Bern, and Zurich.

Swissness

and business

In a humorous address, Dr. Michael Seibold

welcomed the guests and assured them that in the future with Hauff-Technik

"cha me go Ross stäla". But to live up to this claim, it is essential

to have our own employees present on site.

Two dyed-in-the-wool Swiss people, Sascha Lüthi and Peter Walker, were

recruited for these tasks. Together with Stephan Rauch, Managing Director of

Hauff-Technik Swiss AG, they will steer the company's destiny in Oensingen.

For many years, LEONI Studer AG supervised the

official distribution of Hauff-Technik for Switzerland. Hauff-Technik's

innovative cable, pipe, and line bushings offered an ideal complement to the high-quality cable systems from

the Swiss company's product portfolio. Now the baton has been symbolically

passed from Tobias Ledermann, Head of Distribution CH at LEONI Studer AG, to

Dr. Seibold.