After almost 40 years as managing director of FRITSCH GmbH, Robert Fritsch was bit farewell on his retirement on 1st January 2020. He looks back on times of modernization, economic growth and success. In 1920 the medium-sized family business was fund in Idar-Oberstein as a technical preciou ... more
FRITSCH Milling and Sizing subsidiary officially dedicated in Beijing
Confucius said: “It is of no importance how slow you go as long as you do not stop.“ And FRITSCH continuously takes a step ahead: Besides subsidiaries in Russia and Singapore, FRITSCH Milling and Sizing now founded a subsidiary in the Chinese capital of Beijing.
Since decades FRITSCH is involved in international markets and of course also in the Chinese market. In order to serve the growing customer base in a continuative, flexible, and customer oriented manner a subsidiary was founded directly in Beijing.
The official dedication ceremony was held on October 24th, 2012 in Beijing. Customers from various industries, as well as FRITSCH employees and partners were present. Maximilian and Sebastian Fritsch started the event by introducing the history of the company.
Afterwards FRITSCH Sales Manager Wolfgang Simon explained the development of the Chinese market of the last decade in the eyes of FRITSCH: “Experience showed that the Chinese market is divided into three segments for us. Customers are found in the areas of research for example universities and governmental institutions. Or Chinese firms which export into the EU and have to adhere to western standards prefer FRITSCH instruments. But also multinational firms in China which are already familiar with our laboratory equipment and appreciate the dependability, enjoy working with FRITSCH instruments for sample preparation and particle sizing here in China.”
FRITSCH employees Sala Bian and Diels Ding then introduced the latest FRITSCH products, and finally, Mr Li Xiao, Business Manager of FRITSCH Beijing Scientific Instruments officially dedicated the subsidiary.
And the further expansion of the subsidiary is already planned: The medium-term plans include the development of two additional FRITSCH offices, in Shanghai and Guangzhou. Two markets at once will be managed from Guangzhou: The South Chinese market as well as Hong Kong which is only 120 km away.
The construction of the new two-storey production facility with an area of 4.900 square meters has been completed and was officially dedicated during a celebration together with the FRITSCH employees, as well as numerous guests from politics, trade and industry. During the dedication ceremo ... more
And FRITSCH Milling and Sizing steadily progresses forward: besides the subsidiary in the Chinese capital Beijing, now an office was opened in Shanghai. Since decades FRITSCH is involved in international markets and of course also in the Chinese market. In order to serve the growing custome ... more
Ideal for sample preparation of moist, oily and fatty as well as of dry, soft, medium-hard and fibrous samples for an exact analysis more
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The Knife Mill PULVERISETTE 11 provides a homogeneous sample in a very short time due to its special design. Each subsample taken from any location in the grinding vessel is representative for the original sample and thus ensures an exact, significant analysis. And that for a wide range of ... more
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