Pneumofore turns 85

Date: 13 November 2008
Source: Pneumofore
CEO Daniel Hilfiker is happy about the results, is proud of his team. The 2008 turnover reached the one of the entire 2007 in mid October 2008 and the order book is complete while production is working full to keep delivery terms, the success is evident.

With the yearly increase of turnover by more than 20% since 2005, Pneumofore stands today on a consolidated position as worldwide player in the global industrial vacuum and compressed air market.

Longterm strategies, precise investments, the revival of entire departments, all this and more contributed to achieve this drive of motivation due to positive results. A dynamic company, a mix of multilingual and world-experienced professionals in engineering and sales to serve a demanding market with technical solutions from ex-proof underground mining, to extreme climate air cooling for glass, food and huge size space simulations for aviation and research. Quite challenging and interesting. A special thank you to those involved as customers, partners, suppliers and friends of Pneumofore.

600450 Pneumofore turns 85
Date: 13 November 2008
Source: Pneumofore

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