interzum: Vauth-Sagel stands out

This year’s interzum was a total success for the company from Brakel-Erkeln. All expectations were exceeded by far. The optimum presentation of the products and the trailblazing restructuring of the company not only had a hugely positive impact on potential and existing customers of the company – Vauth-Sagel also set completely new standards with its inspiring and innovative trade fair stand.

The focus of the company’s presentation at the world’s leading trade fair – the interzum – was on the restructuring of Vauth-Sagel. Together with Westo-Kunststofftechnik, Vauth-Sagel has recently started supplying its entire product range from a single source. With this level of material competence, they are leaving their competitors far behind.

As a design- and future-oriented company that always focuses on the personal demands and needs of its customers, Vauth-Sagel also stood out with its newly unveiled products. The current Premea Glassline range of baskets transforms any kitchen into a customised show room. The innovative, practical possibilities for creating coherent kitchen designs fascinated visitors to the trade fair as did the luxurious options for kitchen cabinet interior design made possible by the new range of baskets, which can be used for the entire product family.

interzum: Vauth-Sagel stands outFurthermore, the optimisation of the HSA apothecary drawer caused quite a furore at the trade fair stand. An improved guide system with new cushioning enables comfortable opening and closing of this classic item of kitchen furniture. The easy-to-handle Easyfit assembly system and the cushioned closing system without rebound effect ensure that the tall pull-out becomes a highlight of the latest generation of kitchens.

Claus Sagel, Managing Director of Vauth-Sagel, was visibly pleased: “The 2011 interzum was sensational and proved to be both our best and most successful supplier trade fair to date. Our trade fair stand played host to decision makers from all over the world, with our staff reaching the limit of their capacity at times. We were particularly pleased and surprised by the internationality of the visitors. In a nutshell: the interzum 2011 has been a clear indication to us of the promising months that lie ahead.”

But it was not just the product diversity that proved to be a winner; during the exhibition, the Vauth-Sagel Lounge at the trade fair stand developed into the ‘meet-and-greet point’ of the 2011 interzum, with numerous visitors relaxing within the lounge’s pleasant atmosphere while watching the live cooking and the show program.

The standard has been set high. So, we can look forward to seeing future developments from the company and already await the 2013 interzum with baited breath.
The owner-run family company develops and manufactures innovative storage space systems for the kitchen and furniture industry as well as compound-material system components for the automotive, caravanning and medical/care sectors. To this end, Vauth-Sagel specifically deploys its many years of wire, sheet metal, steel, wood and plastic material competencies. Around 800 employees develop and manufacture 85 million “Made in Germany” quality products each year. In-house logistics and global sales and distribution round off the tailored range of products and services for customers throughout the world.

SOURCE: Vauth-Sagel

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