WISKA Hoppmann GmbH
Kisdorfer Weg 28
24568 Kaltenkirchen, Germany
Ronald Hoppmann, Tanja Hoppmann
(available under phone: +49-4191-508-511 or firstname.lastname@example.org)
Court of Registry Kiel, Trade register No. HRB 2047 BB
Place of business: Kaltenkirchen
USt-Id No. DE 154619411
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Investments in internationalisation
WISKA Hoppmann GmbH is funded by the Landessprogramm Wirtschaft (LPW) with the European Regional Development Fund (EFRE) of the European Union , which supports the internationalisation of small and medium-sized enterprises and market development abroad. The participation of trade fairs
International WorkBoat Show (New Orleans, 04.-06.12.2019)
Biel Light + Building 2019 (Buenos Aires, 11.-14.09.2019)
Mass-Trans Innovation Japan (Chiba, 27.-29.11.2019)
shall be supported by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).
Investing in growth and employment
WISKA Hoppmann GmbH is funded by the Landessprogramm Wirtschaft (LPW) with the European Regional Development Fund (EFRE) of the European Union, which supports the project "Customer satisfaction 4.0 through conversion to a networked value-added chain".
This project is about the integrative control of various parts of the company within the value chain to increase customer benefit. An innovative information and material flow concept fot the core process is digitally imaged and implemented in the factory. The aim is to create added value for customers by additional logistical services and complaint avoidance, as well as improvements in delivery reliability and readiness to deliver.