TopWerk-Group/SR Schindler

In-house exhibition: Live demonstrations of a printing process, and more

From 14 to 16 July, the company SR Schindler Maschinen- und Anlagentechnik GmbH opened its shop floor for an in-house exhibition – a tradition by now in the German city of Regensburg. For three event days in the production halls on Hofer Strasse, the many guests that had come were able to experience close up a complete enhancement line, with all its functions, made by the Bavarian machine builder.

Managing Director Richard Scheuerlein and Sales Manager Petra Schweyer welcomed the participants that had come to get extensive first-hand information directly in the plant on the product portfolio...

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