Krapohl-Wirth Company Group at GIFA

Full Order Books – Krapohl-Wirth Company Group Satisfied with the Result of GIFA in June 2019 in Dusseldorf, Germany

Krapohl-Wirth Consulting Group is very satisfied with the fair result of this year’s GIFA. The Krapohl-Wirth consulting team is represented in Dusseldorf already the fourth time in a row and they have registered the biggest demand of all times.

Interesting projects and orders were ensured. The regions Germany, China, India and Russia are constituting important focus points. Especially, the consulting performance and the engineering in China are to be stated. The demand towards automobile suppliers has increased substantially. In this respect, the qualitative requirements of politics and environment, as well as the high cost pressure become clearly noticeable. The wind energy finds itself in front of a turnaround. Relocations to Asia due to cost reasons and the requirements towards productivity / scrap reduction are interesting challenges for the specialists.

Without cast, no car is driving and no wind wheel is turning.

Krapohl-Wirth Consulting Group as big player on the market has currently taken over further business sectors within its consulting portfolio and has initiated an own recruiting programme to encourage young talents.

„Our approaches lead consistently to improvements in the value added chain and thus, to a positive cost income ratio of our customers“ says the CEO, Mr Dr. Hans-Peter Krapohl.

A strong sector: the foundry sector is one of the most important suppliers in Germany. The companies gain an annual turnover of approx. 14 billion € and invest annually 500-600 milion

€ in modern process technology, improved process cycles, new materials, innovative construction technology and training. Worldwide, the location Germany is to be counted among the Top Five, after China, India and USA.

With our performance and our consultant-portfolio within the market, we will continue to contribute to the sector’s success, respectively to help in shaping the success. With new strategies and new growth areas within the company, we will set new benchmarks.

News No: 5795
Date: 2019/08/06 - 19:51
News Source: Foundry Planet

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