13.09.2016 - 17.09.2016 — Hall: 11.0 Stand: C 25
Technolit® - The welding and shop expert
The Technolit® GmbH Company, which was founded in 1979 by Wilhelm Lang is an internationally active company that currently employs over 1.550 members of both office staff and field staff.
The Headquarters of our company is located in Grossenlüder, close to the Baroque City of Fulda in Germany.
As a certified welding specialist and full-range retailer in the field of welding technology, we are able to offer our customers high-grade products such as welding appliances, filler metals and welding accessories as well as also offering competent and professional services.
Alongside our core business in the field of welding technology, we also have a large range of high-quality products in the fields of grinding and separation technology, chemical-technical products, tools and machines as well as equipment for trade and vehicle workshops.
Over 550.000 industrial and trade customers rely upon the quality of our products and are more than satisfied with the competency and professionalism of our dependable services, which we offer on-site thanks to our members of staff.
By always remaining faithful to our company statement: “The customer is to always be the focus of our activities and strategies”, we will always be able to meet the needs of our customers in the future.
High product quality and reliable supply are a part of our success.
A constantly high level of product quality and flexible, reliable delivery to our customers are further pylons of the long-term success of Technolit® GmbH.
Meanwhile, the product range embraces about 50,000 articles which are put on stock in a high rack warehouse equipped with special logistics. By means of innovative computer systems the items can be retrieved at any time.
Here, company-internal communication is optimised in a way that delivery within 24 respectively 48 hours after receipt of the order is possible without problems.
Intense communication with our customers enables us to improve the offered products and services permanently and thus develop need-based "service building blocks".