In March 2016, a donation of R172 000,00 was handed over to two SOS Children’s Villages in Africa by Eugene Brown, Regional President for the sub-Saharan Africa Region, on behalf of the Wacker Neuson Group.
(Munich, February 2, 2016) As of April 1, 2016, Jan Willem Jongert (51) will join the Executive Board of Wacker Neuson SE. In his new role as Chief Sales Officer (CSO), Mr. Jongert will be responsible for the global sales, service, logistics and marketing activities of the Wacker Neuson Group.
Global light and compact equipment manufacturer the Wacker Neuson Group has reported revenue in excess of EUR 1 billion for the first nine months of 2015, an increase relative to the same period last year and a record high. In light of the marked downturn in key markets in the third quarter, the company revised its forecast for 2015 downwards. However, it still expects to achieve record revenue levels in 2015.
Wacker Neuson South Africa has appointed a new distributor, BP Manufacturing (BPI) on 1st July 2015 to enhance service levels and position themselves closer to their customers in the local construction and agricultural sectors.
Leading international light and compact equipment manufacturer the Wacker Neuson Group has again reported record revenue and earnings for the first half of 2015 despite challenging regional market conditions. The Group remains committed to its forecast for 2015.
Wacker Neuson was represented at the seventh international trade fair Bauma China from November 25th to 28th, 2014. The manufacturer of compact equipment, compaction, worksite, and concrete technology presented new products for the Chinese at their outdoor Stand and visitors were able to experience the use of these products through demonstrations.
The Wacker Neuson Group is welcoming visitors to Intermat with the motto “Your partner — yesterday, today and tomorrow”. In addition to many exciting innovations from Wacker Neuson, ECO solutions are featured that are particularly economical and environmentally friendly; among them, some machines that work completely free of emissions.
The gasoline-driven floor saws from Wacker Neuson were revised and now offer additional benefits for end users and contractors. It was possible to reduce the hand-arm vibrations (HAV) even further, which makes longer operating times and fatigue-free working possible. In addition, the high quality equipment is characterized by its performance and durability.
Wacker Neuson SE and the Wirtgen Group have agreed to enter a strategic alliance for soil and asphalt compaction rollers. Starting in February 2015, Wacker Neuson will source rollers from the Hamm factory in Tirschenreuth, Germany, and distribute them via its own sales network, focusing initially on markets in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.