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Chainsaws, postage stamps and woodchippings

How Uwe Wonneberger slowly but surely worked his way to the top after the fall of the wall.

Groß-Kölzig/Cottbus. Uwe Wonneberger loves the Stihl brand-name. The man from East Germany has been keen on these motor-driven implements since his mother brought a Stihl 048 chainsaw "over the wall" in 1987. After the fall of the wall in 1989, Mr. Wonneberger applied for a job at the Stuttgart headquarters. He wanted to set up a Stihl service point in his home village of ...
02.04.2010 | Mobile chipper | Chainsaws, postage stamps and woodchippings

Test of giants

How JENZ customer Rainer Bergmeier participated in the development of the new HEM 820 Z
Pr. Oldendorf. The rig is huge. When the Claas Xerion 5000, with its more than 500 hp, and the HEM 820 Z, which is currently the world's biggest PTO shaft driven mobile chipper made by JENZ, are underway then most people rub their eyes in disbelief. The tractor and mobile chipper have their home in Preußisch Oldendorf (Minden-Lübbecke district) on a farm belonging to contractor Rainer Bergmeier. Rainer ...
02.04.2010 | Mobile chipper | Test of giants

"An unbeatable seevice"

Why Robert Compes is giving JENZ GmbH a carved wooden pig.

Steinfurt/Bielefeld. Robert Compes had his key experience in the early 80s. "Once I went into the woods with a friend to get some firewood. I enjoyed it so much that I said to myself ‘That's what I want to do to earn a living’. My friend and I went self-employed after that" said the trained machine fitter, who taught himself forestry "on the job". The company is located in Steinfurt, has a branch ...
02.04.2010 | Mobile chipper | "An unbeatable seevice"

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