CYRUS: Up-date to GIFA

The team at Cyrus thanks you very much – for your trust and time you have spent with them at a great GIFA 2019 show. Once again, it has been shown that personal contact is the basis for good cooperation.

At Cyrus, they are convinced that their customer-focused exchange of ideas has played a key role in their successful business relations, and has even led to friendships. The dedicated and experienced team at Cyrus will follow your wishes and experiences, and solve even the most demanding vibration technology challenges.

The GIFA showed impressively that the decision made by Dr. Schulte Strathaus in 2010, i.e. founding a strong base in India, has been absolutely right. Cyrus' customers in India and in surrounding regions can also rely on local experts, engineering and the demanded quality of production as such as on the German philosophy of CYRUS.

News No: 5796
Date: 2019/08/06 - 19:54
News Source: Foundry Planet

GIFA  CYRUS  engineering  German  philosophy 


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