Geislinger Unveils New Building

Monday, July 09, 2007
CEO Cornelius Geislinger, Architect Dr. Volkmar Burgstaller and managing director Matthias Geislinger

More than 270 participants attended the inauguration of the new Geislinger premises.

A guided tour through the headquarters and assembly facilities expressed the Geislinger-philosophy, "Couplings and Dampers. Built to last."

"The new building should provide a new, expressive home to the Geislinger brand, thus creating an enhanced recognition of Geislinger in the public." said Cornelius Geislinger, CEO of the Geislinger GmbH.

The next highlight in company history has already been announced: the 50th anniversary will be celebrated in 2008 and on this occasion a Geislinger book will be published.

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