Heavydrive at the facade congress in Moscow
More than 300 planners, glass manufacturers and suppliers met in Moscow from September 10th to 12th, 2019 to exchange information about the latest developments in the glass and facade industry. Heavydrive LLC, the Russian subsidiary in St. Petersburg, also presented itself here for the first time. The Russian branch manager Ivan Leonov informed the Russian audience in a lecture about the diverse application possibilities of Heavydrive suction systems and assembly equipment. In addition, the participants at the Heavydrive stand were able to get to know the company.
The assembly and transport company has been implementing projects in Russia from Germany for many years. On April 8, 2019, Heavydrive GmbH opened its first Russian branch in St. Petersburg. “We have had inquiries for years as to whether we could operate locally here in Russia. With our new branch, we offer customers a local contact with whom they can discuss their requirements directly and plan their project together," explains Heavydrive Managing Director Guenter Uebelacker. At the new location, the company also has a warehouse with various suction systems and assembly equipment.
At the facade congress in Moscow, the joint project planning with Heavydrive was of particular interest to the participating architects. Already in the planning phase, the experts develop the optimal assembly solution for the individual construction site situation together with the customer. The devices and systems are customized. This prevents problems and surprises on the construction site and makes assembly efficient and costs manageable.
“The more we got into conversation with the congress visitors, the greater the interest in our solutions and we have already received specific invitations to construction sites and trade fairs. This shows us that we are on the right track,” says Guenter Uebelacker. In the future, Heavydrive intends to increase its stock of assembly equipment. Further branches in Russia are planned.
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