GEDA-DECHENTREITER GMH & CO. KG

GEDA takes this exceptional situation very seriously. We align our actions and activities with the rules of conduct specified by the federal government and have of course taken measures to protect the health of our customers and employees.
All travel activities as well as visits to our company are suspended for an indefinite period. With regard to production and logistics, we have taken the necessary steps to maintain both production and shipping of our hoist solutions at our locations.
Nevertheless, we would like to assure that our main focus is to find the best possible solutions for everyone involved and to be a reliable partner for our customers, suppliers and employees in these difficult times.
 
Johann Sailer, CEO GEDA-Dechentreiter GmH & Co. KG, Germany

www.geda.de

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