Das Unternehmensgebäude von EuroLam in Wiegendorf / Thüringen.

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Article of the TLZ from 01/25/2014 by Florian Girwert

A law for the introduction of educational leave is hot discussed in politics at the moment.

On January 25th 2014 an article has been published in the newspaper TLZ to where our CEO, Ms. Heidrun Hommer, expounded her point of view.

Excerpt from the article: "On the social democratic notion that criticism of the economy remains loudly: "If the discussion would only refer to explicit technical training, we might have said anything, but there is no reason why we should pay for socio-political developments, "says managing director of EuroLam Heidrun Hommer."

The entire article can be read at the following link:

Article of the TLZ from 01/25/2014 by Florian Girwert

Excerpt from the newspaper article:

"What have the Lech Walesa Airport in Gdansk, the Augustinian monastery in Erfurt and the Sapphire Tower in Istanbul in common? To avoid long riddles: Parts of the facades and windows come in each case from the house EuroLam. The company from Wiegendorf near Umpferstedt in the circle of Weimar-country specializes in louvre windows..."

The entire article can be read at the following link:

http://www.tlz.de/startseite/detail/-/specific/Weltmarkt-Thueringen-Eurolam-in-Wiegendorf-baut-Lamellenfenster-737507385

Article of the TLZ from 08/22/2013 by Holger Wetzel

Excerpt from the article:

“Today we are the leading manufacturer of insulated louvre windows in the world” says the manageress and wife, Heidrun Hommer. The company employs approximately 50 employees from the region around Weimar in Wiegendorf, trains apprentices and generated sales of approximately 6 million Euros in 2012.

With merely an idea, the Rhineland-born Ernst Hommer had started in Isseroda in 1996 before he settled in Wiegendorf in 1998. Almost immediately, he managed to win a large contract from Japan."

The entire article can be read at the following link:

Article of the TA from 10/08/2011 by Bernd Jentsch

Excerpt from the article:

"And apparently it worked out. The louvre window systems of the company are not only listed in the catalogue of a major system provider, but are present in many countries of the world. In England, Australia, Hungary, Switzerland and France the windows have been installed. We managed to win orders from Saud-Arabia, Qatar and Dubai,” Hommer reports"

The entire article can be read at the following link:

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Bernd Jentsch / 08.10.11 / TA

 

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