Personell change at SÄLZER
We are pleased to announce that Julian Holmstoel-von Lackum will start at SÄLZER on February 1, 2020. Julian Holmstoel-von Lackum will move from the Schüco division corporate development to SÄLZER. He will take over the management of the devisions sales/marketing/business development to support with his team the growth of SÄLZER. With this change SÄLZER establishes a management board under the leadership of CEO Walther Sälzer. This management board will consist of Wolfgang Preis (head of calculation), Reiner Ludwig (head of finance), Elke Sälzer (head of technology and operations) and Julian Holmstoel-von Lackum.
Traditional works meeting 20.12.2019
The managing director Walther Sälzer was delighted to look back on a busy but successful year at the traditional works meeting on the last working day of last year. A total of 23 new employees were recruited in 2019. The company will grow further, recruitments as well as expansions of the production facilities are also planned for 2020, said Walther Sälzer.
As usual at SÄLZER several employees were honored for their long employment at the works meeting. Business economist Reiner Ludwig, commercial manager and authorised representative of SÄLZER celebrated his 25 anniversary of employment. Roland Beck also started at SÄLZER 25 years ago. After his apprenticeship as a metal worker and graduation of the technical school he supports the product development of the company at the R & D department. Svenja Fränzke, accounting department, Enrico Scheibel, R & D department and Axel Ziegler from the production department have been working for 10 years at SÄLZER. All three completed their apprenticeships as industrial clerk, technical system planner or metal worker. Walther Sälzer praised the jubilarians for their commitment and reliability and thanked them for their loyalty to the company.
Two very popular employees were bid farewell to their well-deserved retirement: Horst Kuche was 53 years active at the regional sales department and Hildegard Becker was more than 31years employed by the traditional company. Photo, from left to the right: Walther Sälzer, Enrico Scheibel, Svenja Fränzke, Horst Kuche, Reiner Ludwig, Elke Sälzer, due to vacation/illness not at the photo Hildegard Becker, Roland Beck, Axel Ziegler.
International Security London, 3.-4. December 2019
SÄLZER was represented again at the 'International Security Expo 2019' in London on 3.-4. December. Our technical manager, Elke Sälzer, and Chris Carwardine, sales colleague from GB, presented our high security products. On display was our aluminium facade (combined protection: forced entry resistant up to RC5, bullet resistant up to FB7-NS, blast resistant up to 500kg explosive load) with 3 integrated windows: the outward opening top-hung window series S6es, our SECURON®window, which is forced entry resistant up to RC3 even in tilted window position, as well as a high security window series S2es. Our 2nd exhibit in stainless steel, a forced entry and bullet resistant transaction window with integrated exchange drawer, also attracted attention. In addition to the forced entry and bullet resistance (RC5, FB7-NS), the element also offers protection against fire (T30/EI30).
Special trainings for architects, November 2019
Karlheinz Mankel and Volker Massmann presented the product developments of SÄLZER at the well-attended architect training cources with the topic "combined protection, innovations & individual design" in Cologne on the 5.11. and in Munich on 7.11. In a ‘forced entry test’ at a small door sample the problem between forced entry resistance and the 'panic function' was showed and discussed in detail. The training was approved by the chamber of architects in NRW as advanced training. Special training courses for architects together with Schüco-Jansen, Assa Abloy, Axis and Wetag & Getalit are also planned for 2020.
3. Conference ‘Marburger Security Days 2019’ successfully completed
Our video about the conference: https://youtu.be/Oki9r3szT1g
Renowned speakers from various areas of expertise considered the important topic 'security' from different perspectives and conveyed modern tailored security concepts at the this year's ‘Marburger Security Days’ from 18 to 19 September 2019.
The participating guests, e.g. employees of public authorities as well as architects, building contractors and security officers from industrial and utility companies gets assistance and solutions for daily work by the various lectures and the guided tours through the SÄLZER production facilities.