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Arburg

Arburg ARBURG is one of the leading global manufacturers of injection moulding machines for plastics and the relevant additional equipment. As a globally operating company with wholly owned subsidiaries and offices in a total of 70 countries around the world, ARBURG has contributed significantly to developing the injection moulding of plastic parts, including for specialised applications.

Website: Arburg

C. Bechstein

C. Bechstein C. Bechstein grand and upright pianos are true artists. They open a world of color, an array of nuances. They enchant musicians by their distinctive transparency, the perfect touch, the balance between dynamic power and a singing, lyric voice. Follow us into the world of German piano making art at its best.

Website: C. Bechstein

Robert Bosch GmbH

Robert Bosch GmbH Bosch is a leading global supplier of automotive and industrial technology and of consumer goods and building technology. The Bosch Group comprises some 280 subsidiary companies. The objectives of the Bosch Group's activity are sustained profitable growth and the safeguarding of its independence which allows it to pursue long-term strategies. In 2005, worldwide sales of the Bosch Group came to 41.5 billion euros. The number of employees around the globe in the three business sectors Automotive Technology, Industrial Technology, and Consumer Goods and Building Technology in 2005 came to approximately 251,000.

Website: Robert Bosch GmbH

Continental AG

Continental AG Continental AG, or Conti for short, is a manufacturer of tires, brake systems, vehicle stability control systems, and other automobile parts based in Hannover, Germany. The company was founded in 1871 as a rubber manufacturer. It is among the Top 10 first tier automobile supplier in the world. ContiTech has different business units and produces drive belts, air springs, conveyor belts, car interior foils, fluid hoses and vibration control modules. Continental Automotive Systems is the largest division and its products include brakes, electronic stability programs and electronic components for automobiles.

Website: Continental AG

Deutz AG

Deutz AG Deutz AG is a German engine manufacturer. The company was founded by Nikolaus Otto, inventor of the four-stroke cycle internal combustion engine, in 1848 as N. A. Otto & Cie. Formerly, Deutz also produced agricultural machines like combine harvesters and tractors as well as commercial vehicles such as lorries and buses. (Deutz sold the agricultural machinery division to Societa Anonima Motori Endotermici (Same), an Italian company.) The company is located in Cologne and in 2004 was manufacturing liquid and air-cooled diesel engines.

Website: Deutz AG

STAEDTLER

STAEDTLER STAEDTLER Mars GmbH & Co. KG is one of the world's leading manufacturers and suppliers of writing and engineering drawing instruments. The company was founded by J.S. Staedtler in 1835. The company produces many writing instruments, including drafting pencils, leadholders, professional pens, and standard wooden pencils. It also produces plastic erasers, rulers, compasses, and other drawing/writing accesories.

Website: STAEDTLER


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