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CARS HAVE SURPRISINGLY MANY ANTENNAS – FACTORY TOUR AT OUR NEW CLIENT
20 March 2019
Our law firm provides legal services to Hirschmann Car Communication Kft. from March. In order to understand better out Client’s operations, our colleagues travelled to Békéscsaba to visit our new client.
First, the CEO of Hirschmann Mr. Peter Inzenhofer explained the history of the company and presented its wide range of products. I think I can say on behalf of our whole team that we were quite surprised once we have learned that nowadays ca. 10 antennas are installed into a car.
After putting on the necessary protection equipment we headed to the factory area where the operations manager of Hirschmann showed us part of the production procedures ’live’. It was very interesting to watch the workflows which are planned and carried out very precisely, sometimes even divided to seconds.
We are very thankful to Hirschmann for the introduction and for the exciting factory tour. We hope that our visit in Békéscsaba was the beginning of a long-term and successful cooperation.
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