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Germany´s foundry companies visit Kurtz Ersa

AfA spring meeting in the manor house in Hasloch
AfA spring meeting in the manor house in Hasloch

Twice a year, the working group for sales marketing (AfA) of the Federal Association of the German Foundry Industry (BDG) meets for an exchange of experience. This time, Kurtz Eisenguss GmbH & Co. KG invited them to the SMART FOUNDRY in Hasloch in early March. The two-day spring meeting started with a programme and a first highlight on the previous evening: a climb up to Burg Wertheim and then an evening meal in a pleasant castle atmosphere.

The day after, the actual meeting programme started: after a presentation of the company by Head of Sales Detlef Henze, the attendees had a walk around the factory to gain further insights into the automated production processes of the SMART FOUNDRY. Martin Rölke, head of department Raw Materials at BDG, ran the AfA meeting from the late morning on. ABRAMS world trade wiki had been obtained as guest speakers – the two speakers Nur Hayat Nezir and Kerstin Wolf talked about the future of world trade. Some iron foundry experts attended a guided tour around the HAMMERMUSEUM after the meeting and at the end saw the historical iron hammer in action. The last functioning hammer in the Spessart has been in operation for more than 240 years and even now gives lasting impressions of smiths´ production in the past.

 

 

 

Guided tour through the SMART FOUNDRY production
Guided tour through the SMART FOUNDRY production
 
 

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