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30 INDUSTRY PSI Journal 6/2016 BRUNNEN & EILERS NEW UMBRELLA COMPANY Successful start: Brunnen & Eilers Promotion Service GmbH & Co. KG, the new umbrella company for the entire promotional products distribution of Schneider Group, was founded on 1 January 2016. This was a decisive step to realise holistic customer service. The merger of Brunnen & Eilers increases the range of promotionally effective useful objects which provide a valuable service for work and leisure. The complementarily expanded product range now includes calendars, notebooks, stationery and off fice supplies. Their common features include high quality, diverse possibilities for individualisation, an inspiring bandwidth for conceptual tailoring to the target group, occasion and communication objective. This is not the only benefit for customers and business partners. The new company is headed by Andreas Helmsorig. Two sales offices ensure more personalised service and greater customer proximity. There, customers can expect reliable teams and experienced contact persons. Sven Weiß is responsible for North distribution with headquarters in Bielefeld; Günter Eisele is responsible for South distribution with headquarters in Heilbronn. The advantage for customers is that they get expertise for the success- Andreas Helmsorig ful use of promotional products, abundant experience and consulting skills. The declared aim of the new distribution company is to implement customer requests individually in an innovative way. This is a prerequisite to stand out from the competition, to raise awareness even in times flooded with information, and to make a last- Sven Weiß ing positive impression. The all-round support provided by Brunnen & Eilers also relieves the customer of time-consuming organisational tasks. Complex ordering and logistics processes are managed by the company’s service team. Among other things, customers benefit from a fast, highly efficient delivery service that is handled by a centralized, highly efficient logistics centre. The welcome effect for customers: promotional Günter Eisele product concepts are made as simple as possible. The outlook for the future: Concentrated know-how from consulting to production and common resources also form the basis for further investment and the innovative development of promotionally effective products. A goal that Brunnen & Eilers will also be pursuing in AG Zukunft. The members of this company initiative are committed to sustainable and socially responsible business practices and to promoting promotional print material that enhances a win-win strategy. < REINFORCEMENT KÖNITZ GROUP IS EXPANDING With Thomas Hirsch, the Könitz, Waechtersbach, Weimar Porzellan and KönitzPlus brands have gained a competent reinforcement. The 34-yearold boasts years of experience in the areas of custom production/ consumer goods of industry-related companies such as Thomas Hirsch Lensen Toppoint B.V. and Senator GmbH & Co. KGaA. Thomas Hirsch looks after southern and western Germany and Austria for the Könitz Group. < PF CONCEPT NEW COUNTRY MANAGER FOR SCANDINAVIA Jörgen Lorentzon is the new General Manager of PF Concept Scandinavia in Gothenburg. He came from Didriksons AB where he had worked as the International Sales Director since 2010 and helped develop the sector for final consumers. He was previously responsible for private labels at Procurator AB. He also ran his own business in the field of textile production and design. Jörgen Jörgen Lorentzon Lorentzon laid the foundation for his expertise in the 1990s at JC where he worked in the retail market sector. As the Country Manager of PF Concept Scandinavia, Jörgen Lorentzon is responsible for all business conducted by PF Concept in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden. <

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