Sülzle Gruppe

Expansion to Northern Germany

The Sülzle Group, with its company Sülzle Stahlpartner, took over the bending operation of Max Schön GmbH located in the city of Lübeck on 30 March 2015. The specialist dealer in tools and steel in Northern Germany gave up his steel bending and processing operation to focus in future more on its core competences. Through the new location, Sülzle Stahlpartner expands its delivery region and will now be able to supply projects in the region around the cities of Lübeck, Hamburg and Kiel still faster and more flexible.

Sülzle Stahlpartner, with its twelve locations, is one of the major dealers in...

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