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enmaTek is ESCHA new Sales Partner in Poland

10-22-2013 06:21 PM CET | Industry, Real Estate & Construction

Press release from: ESCHA Bauelemente GmbH

With enmaTek sp. z o. o. ESCHA Bauelemente GmbH has a new partner in Poland.

With enmaTek sp. z o. o. ESCHA Bauelemente GmbH has a new partner in Poland.

Halver, 22 October 2013 – Since the beginning of October, ESCHA Bauelemente GmbH from Germany has had a new exclusive partner enmaTek sp. z o.o in Poland. Through the new partnership, the German connector- and housing specialist expects even better penetration of the Polish market as well as the country-typical key industries.

EnmaTek sp. z o.o. is the Polish subsidiary of the German enmaTek Endres Maschinentechnik GmbH from Butzbach, which has been successfully operating in Germany and in international markets for more than thirty years. The Polish company started up its business operations on 4 October 2013 and has been ESCHA exclusive partner for the comprehensive connector- and housing portfolio since then.

Kazimierz Paplinski, responsible Regional Sales Manager at ESCHA is convinced of Poland potential and of the new Sales Partner: “Poland was the fifth largest economy in the European Union in 2012 and is an important market for machine building- and automation components.
It is quite logical, that we want to expand our market position in this attractive area. With enmaTek, we have located the right partner and expect a large demand potential especially in the field of customer tailor-made developments.”

“Through ESCHA, we can supplement our own product- and service portfolio in the area of machine technology with a strong product brand”, says Pawel Ficek, the Sales Manager at enmaTek in Krakow and adds: “As of now, we offer our customers in Poland qualitatively high-grade standard-connectivity from a technologically leading manufacturer and moreover, together we want to focus on customer-specific products.”

ESCHA offers its products and services through own sales force respectively a worldwide sales-partner network. The company provides for a high availability and consistent product quality on all markets at production sites in Germany and Czech Republic as well as licensed production in the USA and Mexico. In addition, the family-controlled company is going to start up own production in China within the next few months. The recently established production- and sales company in Shanghai will provide direct access to the growing markets in the region.

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 30 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 about 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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