Carl Stahl Hebetechnik
Space for visual thoughts and creative work
13/11/2018
Digitisation, disruption and a world that is becoming increasingly insecure, unpredictable and ambiguous (VUKA for short): many companies are currently dealing with these current issues.
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Information for starting your professional life
10/11/2018
Already for the eleventh time the annual education fair took place in the district Göppingen on Saturday, the 10th November from 9-16 o'clock. 145 companies, schools and institutions presented their range of training places and study courses in the shipyard hall in Stauferpark in Göppingen. For Carl Stahl this central trade fair is an important platform to present itself as an attractive employer in the region in order to counteract the shortage of skilled workers.
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Introductory week for the new junior staff
28/09/2018
It has been an integral part of the new apprentices at Carl Stahl for years: the introductory week at the official start of training. It is only one of many measures that have since been established with lasting success.
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Carl Stahl at the Electra Mining Southafrica 2018
20/07/2018
Potential gateway to the mining sector Since its foundation in 1972 the Electra Mining Fair takes place every two years. Last held from 10 - 14 September on the grounds of the Johannesburg Expo Centre. As an international exhibition for mining, industry, machine tools and electrical engineering, it is one of the leading trade fairs on the African continent. More than 600 exhibitors attracted well over 29,000 visitors from 59 countries to the South African metropolis. The Republic of South Africa is very rich in natural resources. Their promotion accounts for about 40 to 50% of export revenues. The country has the world's highest production volumes of chromium, platinum, manganese and vanadium. In addition, there are large deposits of gold, diamonds and coal. It is therefore not surprising that mining is an important economic factor in this country. Electra Mining as an international trade fair offers the exhibiting companies an ideal platform for presenting their products and services. Since the opening of the Carl Stahl site in Port Elizabeth on January 1, 2017, the mining sector has been one of the company's most important target groups. For this reason, Carl Stahl South Africa Pty Ltd. was represented at this year's trade fair with its own stand. The company exhibited its core range of rope, lifting and safety technology products on around 25 square metres in Hall 5. The focus was on lifting clamps, waste water pumps and manual hoists. During the five days of the trade fair, the team led by General Manager Ramona Anlauf was able to attract a large number of potential interested parties and hold good discussions. For Carl Stahl, this was the first trade fair on the African continent and thus a potential gateway to the mining sector.
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Review of Customer Active Day 2018 of Carl Stahl Süd GmbH
20/07/2018
For years it has been the highlight of the event calendar: the Customer Activity Day of Carl Stahl Süd GmbH. On Wednesday, July 18, more than 350 guests accepted the invitation to the Carl Stahl location in Ottobrunn near Munich.
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Review of Customer Active Day 2018 of Carl Stahl Nord GmbH
10/07/2018
Under the motto "Our ideas for your success - innovative lifting and safety technology to touch", this year's Customer Activity Day took place on Friday, 8 June 2018 on the factory premises of Carl Stahl Nord GmbH in Dresden.
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Review of Customer Active Day 2017 of Carl Stahl Süd GmbH
14/07/2017
Carl Stahl is your specialist for solutions in the field of rope, lifting and safety technology. We are your business partner for safe lifting and moving of loads and individual solutions for personal protective equipment against falls from a height. In addition to an extensive product range and innovative services, we pay particular attention to personal customer dialogue. On Wednesday, June 28, 2017, this year's Customer Activity Day took place at the Carl Stahl plant in Süßen. And this is the third time since 2015 and 2016. Under the motto"Our ideas for your success", innovative lifting and safety technology was available to touch and experience. Around 400 guests accepted the invitation and experienced an informative and exciting day. During the event from 8-17 o'clock the customers discussed their problems with our experts in a relaxed atmosphere. Of course, the entire event was free of charge. The physical well-being was also well taken care of. The catering tent was open for the entire duration of the event. At a total of 10 stations exciting topics and practical demonstrations on all aspects of rope, lifting and safety technology awaited the visitors. In detail, these were crane technology, lifting technology, load handling equipment, testing service, magnets, Condor products, Jung-Hydraulik, Hi-Force hydraulics, crane and special ropes, fall protection, Akademie and Carl Stahl 4.0. In addition to the individual stations, impulse lectures and safety lectures were held at the Carl Stahl Akademie throughout the day. Each visitor received a personalized visitor pass at check-in. The QR code printed on the passport was scanned at the individual stations. Thus the participation was documented. Following the active day, each participant will now receive a link with which they can download their certificate of participation for the stations and lectures they have visited. Managing Director Tobias Kehrer draws a positive balance at the end of the event:"This year's Customer Active Day was a complete success. I am pleased that so many customers accepted our invitation and were able to discuss their requirements with our experts. We will follow our tradition and will once again hold an active customer day next year".
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Seller Conference 2017 of Carl Stahl Hebetechnik GmbH
08/03/2017
Customer orientation out of enthusiasm! - was the guiding principle of this year's sales conference of Carl Stahl Hebetechnik GmbH, which took place in February at the company headquarters in Süßen.
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