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06.07.2020

Young bee colonies in Kaufbeuren

Since July 6th the HAWE plant in Kaufbeuren has new, hard-working employees. From now on bees will ensure sufficient pollination of the surrounding areas and green spaces of the plant.

30.06.2020

When heavy equipment requires a firm stand

Hydraulic Floor-Lock systems are the small inconspicuous cylinders that firmly fix and support very heavy mobile equipment at its place of use. No matter whether the ground is sloping, slippery or uneven, as soon as the equipment has been moved to its location, the fixing is done by the operator at the push of a button. This is ensured by a small but powerful hydraulic drive integrated in the housing.

24.06.2020

Fire in incoming goods department at HAWE's Barbing plant

On June 21, 2020, a smouldering fire broke out in the evening around 6 p.m. in the incoming goods department of the Barbing plant, where HAWE Hydraulik SE's 100% subsidiary HAWE Micro Fluid GmbH is based. This subsidiary joined the HAWE Group in May 2019 through the acquisition of HOEBIGER Automatisierungstechnik.

24.06.2020

HAWE Barbing工厂进货区发生火灾

2020年6月21日傍晚6点左右,在HAWE液压100%控股的子公司-HAWE Micro Fluid GmbH的Barbing工厂进货区发生了火灾(冒烟)。这个工厂是HAWE在2019年,通过收购贺尔碧格HOEBIGER Automatisierungstechnik把它变为HAWE集团的全资子公司的。

20.05.2020

Protection masks donated to Munich hospitals and children's facilities

HAWE Hydraulik SE buys 150,000 Oral and Nasal Protection Masks (MNS) via its well-known supplier network and donates them to hospitals, nursing homes and children's facilities in Bavaria. Here these masks are urgently needed for visitors, caretakers and service providers. With this campaign HAWE is very happy to follow the call of the Bavarian Minister of Economic Affairs Hubert Aiwanger together with the bayme VBM to Bavarian companies to support them quickly and unbureaucratically.

08.05.2020

HAWE trainees sew masks for needy people

The industrial apprentices at HAWE had a very special project day in these difficult times. The initial idea met with immediate enthusiasm among the trainees and our young colleagues quickly agreed:

"We trainees want to help people who need it most. That's why we sewed masks diligently with the great support of our instructor".

And they were really hard-working. 170 masks made of textiles have been completed and have now been passed on to the station mission and child protection.

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