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French journalists visit PRINOTH Vegetation Management

PRINOTH GmbH of Herdwangen is known worldwide for its broad offers of versatile mulching tools and carrier vehicles. Herdwangen has set the standard for many years, especially in the area of hydraulic forest mulchers, and is an unrivalled pioneer.

It is thus no wonder that interested visitors and journalists go there directly to get a picture of our Vegetation Management Portfolio on site.

On Thursday 26th April 2018, representatives of the specialised French media came to be persuaded of the quality of our forest mulchers and accessory equipment. In company with the Hantsch Company, a PRINOTH dealer in France, Loris Coassin of LaFranceAgricole, Nicolas Louis of Matériel&Paysage and Vincent Nathan of Mécanisation Forestière visited the PRINOTH works in Herdwangen.

Kai Fetscher, Chief Operating Officer of PRINOTH GmbH, met our guests and presented our company in an informal atmosphere. In easy conversation there was a very lively exchange: the journalists’ many questions were answered by Mr. Hantsch, who fortunately was able to act as interpreter.

Of course, it was not only our products that were discussed – a guided tour around the factory, the assembly lines and the business premises demonstrated the quality of PRINOTH products and the customer proximity of our services.

At a joint lunch, even the hunger for knowledge was satisfied – at the end, production management produced even more questions on details and areas of application of our products.

As a crowning conclusion, Kai Fetscher entertained our French guests with a special treat: a demonstration in the field! With a machine application by the Kramberg Company in the region of Lauchringen/ Waldshut-Tiengen (southern Baden), the RAPTOR 300 could be seen in action, and guests could even drive it themselves.

Once again we were able to demonstrate: PRINOTH Vegetation Management is ideal for deployment in difficult terrains and offers the best solution for every demand.