With more than 160 years of activity to its name, the G. Buchwald bakery continues to use the family’s traditional recipe to produce its famous “Baumkuchen” (skewered cakes) on Bartningallee in the Tiergarten district of Berlin.
Seit vielen Jahren ist der Name Rösle Inbegriff für hochwertiges Premium-Küchenzubehör und Kochutensilien aus Edelstahl. Das bayerische Familienunternehmen, geführt in vierter Generation, gehört weltweit zu den führenden Herstellern seiner Branche, steht für hohe Qualitätsstandards und eine gelungene Symbiose aus Tradition und Trends.
The name Rösle has for many years been synonymous with high-end, stainless steel kitchen accessories and utensils. The Bavarian family enterprise, now into its fourth generation of family management, is one of the leading manufacturers in its field. With its “Love – Cook – Live” motto, Rösle is loyal to its corporate culture.
The European plastics and rubber industry is ranked 2nd behind China and ahead of the United States and Canada. European federations such as PlasticsEurope are implementing strategies to remain competitive to deal with Asia’s surging demand.
For every type of business, the internet is a marketing and sales game-changer. B2B buyers have radically changed the way that they operate. It takes ever greater efforts to generate sales.
When browsing the Europages site, anonymous visitors leave traces of what motivates their searches for products, suppliers, partners, etc. Implicitly provided by visitors throughout the world, this data is collected by Europages’ analytical systems, processed and then returned to these same visitors as knowledge.
With more than 82 million inhabitants, the German market is the biggest in Europe. Representing Europe’s number 1 economy, and number 4 in the world behind the US, China and Japan, Germany is the world’s leader in such sectors as the environment, machine tools, energy, and agri-food, among others. 10 industry sectors presently offer excellent opportunities for going into business on the German market.
In terms of foreign trade, Italy, Europe’s fourth economic power, is smiling again having notched up a trade surplus of €30.4 billion in 2013, or 1.9% of GDP. France remains a leading partner for this country (as its second-biggest customer and second-biggest supplier), behind Germany. 5 business sectors offer excellent opportunities for expanding into the Italian market.
Which ten European countries imported the most during the first five months of 2014? Eurostat provides the answer with figures just published on the EU’s 28 member countries.
Top to bottom, EUROPAGES has worked hard to rearrange its corporate website. It’s now officially online, with a completely different look and feel !