Austrian Federal Minister Schramböck visits "Hidden Champion" KLINGER
Federal Minister Schramböck and Regional Minister for Economic Affairs Danninger visited the KLINGER Group in Austria.
Federal Minister Margarete Schramböck and Regional Minister for Economic Affairs Jochen Danninger visited the KLINGER Group and informed themselves about the state of production automization and digitalization in the current economic situation.
On a plant tour, the government officials got up close and personal with our calenders and were able to immerse themselves in the details of gasket sheet production. Federal Minister Schramböck and other high-ranking representatives from business and politics were enthusiastic about the economic and innovative strength of the 'hidden champion' KLINGER.
KLINGER companies located in Gumpoldskirchen, Lower Austria:
"It was an honor for us to welcome the minister, politicians and business representatives. As a company founded in Austria, we have remained true to our origin for 135 years and are committed to the Gumpoldskirchen location although we are nowadays represented in 60 countries worldwide. With 300 employees, 2 production sites, a trading company and an apprentice workshop in Gumpoldskirchen alone, we are making a significant contribution to the region. We are delighted for the opportunity to present our company and would like to thank all of our colleagues and partners who have made it a complete success," summarizes Peter Müller, CFO of the KLINGER Group.
Left to right: KLINGER Dichtungstechnik Managing Director Ernst Schäfer, KLINGER Dichtungstechnik Project Manager Digitization David Kanthaler, Mayor Gumpoldskirchen Köck Ferdinand, Regional Minister Jochen Danninger, Head of KLINGER Group Corporate Services Christina Raimann, Federal Minister Margarete Schramböck, KLINGER Dichtungstechnik future Managing Director Barbara Köfinger, KLINGER Group CFO Peter Müller, KLINGER Dichtungstechnik Manager Stephan Piringer, KLINGER Dichtungstechnik Managing Director Michael Sautter