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A strong partnership: German-Russian Days at KIESELMANN

From 17 to 21 September we had the colleagues from KIESELMANN Rus, KIESELMANN Rus Süd and KIESELMANN Belarus on a visit. On the agenda were trainings, hands on trainings, plant visits and company visits. A German-Russian week at KIESELMANN, dedicated to new valve technology and sales strategies.

On Monday, September 17, KIESELMANN Managing Director Klaus Dohle and Sales Manager Dieter Biszwurm welcomed the delegation in Knittlingen. After a company tour Dieter Biszwurm spoke about the national and international objectives of KIESELMANN Germany. In this context he also praised the successful German-Russian cooperation since the foundation of KIESELMANN Rus. The Tuesday morning began with a lecture by process engineer Michael Reinmuth on pigging technology. Afterwards Dieter Biszwurm talked about the strengths of our valves and presented innovations. On the following day, the Russian colleagues were able to put the products through their paces. During the "Hands on Training" with Alexander Hauser, they were able to put their knowledge to practical use.

On Wednesday afternoon they went to the AquaDuna company. In Sternenfels, a small town only a few kilometres away from the KIESELMMANN headquarters, the KI-Top valve actuators are conceived and their inner workings manufactured. The company, which belongs to the Fluid Process Group, also develops the cleaning technology for the group of companies. After the tour stop at AquaDuna, they went on to Stuttgart.

The Russian delegation used the program-free Thursday to take a look at the state capital and read the information of the preceding days. On Friday, a visit to VA GmbH Gesellschaft für Food-Processing in Stuttgart was on the agenda. Mr. Schenzle from the management presented the Fluid Process Group company and its membrane filtration technology. In the dairy industry, membrane filtration complements or completely replaces the tried and tested thermal processes. The Russian delegation spent the last evening of this eventful week in a relaxed atmosphere in downtown Stuttgart. On the following day, the plane took off again from Stuttgart in the direction of Moscow.

Do Skorogo!