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ESCHA Bauelemente GmbH extends position in Austria

09-06-2012 11:21 AM CET | Industry, Real Estate & Construction

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Andreas Mader has been contact person for ESCHA direct customers in Austria since 1 July 2012.

Andreas Mader has been contact person for ESCHA direct customers in Austria since 1 July 2012.

Halver, 8 August 2012 – In the course of its globalizing strategy, the German connector- and housing specialist ESCHA starts up direct sales abroad for the first time: On 1 July 2012 the company welcomed Andreas Mader as its first Field Salesman in Austria. Operating from the capital Vienna, Mr. Mader will support existing customers as well as extend the business operations. Simultaniously ESCHA will continue to market its products and services through its long-standing sales partner Turck Austria.

“Due to a strong Automation Industry and a continuous economic growth in the last few years, we still expect a positive market development in Austria”, says Ulf Eilhardt, responsible Regional Sales Manager at ESCHA. “From company view and as a part of the steady globalization of ESCHA, the only consequence is to extend our sales activities in this region.”

With an own salesman and the related direct access to market and customers, ESCHA wants to open up various business sectors and further develop new-customer business focusing on connector- and housing technology. “Moreover, service qualities and availability for existing direct customers will be enhanced once more“, adds Ulf Eilhardt. “Through this strategy, we expect considerable advantages in future in the field of customer-specific developments and projects as well.”

Andreas Mader started on 1 July 2012. He has gained comprehensive sales- and business experience in the Austrian Electrical Industry in the last few years.

ESCHA - About us

ESCHA is a leading supplier in the fields of connectivity and housing technology. The family-controlled company has been developing and manufacturing in Halver/Germany for more than 25 years. As an innovation leader, ESCHA realizes product novelties taking dynamics to the market for automation components. Based on its standard products, the company designs custom-made connectivity and individual special solutions. With more than 500 employees and highly in-depth development and production, ESCHA is extending its product portfolio constantly and independently.

ESCHA Bauelemente GmbH
Elberfelder Straße 32
58553 Halver
Germany
www.escha.de/en

Dipl.-Medienökonom Florian Schnell
Public Relations Management
Tel. +49 2353 708-156
E-Mail: f.schnell@escha.de
www.escha.de/en/press.htm

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