From 27 to 29 November 2021, the STAHL company invited exhibitors and customers to the in-house exhibition in Sindelfingen. Under 2G conditions, leading manufacturers from the textile care industry presented their product portfolio.
In the showroom of the long-established family-owned company STAHL in Sindelfingen, the trade public met on the three days of the fair and exchanged information about product innovations and trends in textile care. As one of the leading manufacturers of laundry technology, STAHL also opened the doors to its in-house production: visitors to the trade fair were able to experience the production process first-hand. The commercial washing machines, tumble dryers, trough ironers and folding machines are manufactured exclusively on site in Sindelfingen. “Everyone who was there for the first time was very impressed by our production. We are pleased that so many interested people and customers came and that some decided to buy a machine from STAHL directly on site,” reports Sebastian Hatz, Sales Manager Germany, Austria, Switzerland of STAHL laundry machines.
Just like the host, the other exhibitors were also able to benefit from the personal contact at the in-house exhibition. The companies Amplus Lease Consult, Christeyns, Clinotest, hawo, Seitz and THERMOTEX, as well as the Professional Association of Home Economics, were on hand to show interested visitors their new products and services. “We are pleased in the context of the in-house exhibition finally again personally in contact with prospective customers and customers to come”, says Susanne Hoppe, managing director of Clinotest. Applying the 2G rule, the fair could take place as planned and was very well attended. “A relaxed atmosphere, exciting discussions and an excellent exchange of ideas – we are pleased to have been part of the STAHL in-house exhibition,” says Christian Wolf, Managing Director of hawo.
In addition to the product exhibition, the in-house exhibition also featured an exciting program of presentations on the topics of hygiene, digitalization, leasing and subsidy programs.