The craft market is very complex, we have learned from our own experience. Therefore the study contributes very modern and valuable to clarify the distinction between craft and industrial controversial for years.” “Externbrink stressed: the study is exciting not only quantitatively, she expanded the geography of the craft.” Crafts today belong to the core business of corporations such as E.ON, Daimler, Bosch. Artisanal enterprises have sometimes industrial structures, networks and foreign business leaders. Hear other arguments on the topic with Porter Stansberry. Even private equity has discovered the craft for themselves. We could collect only these large enterprises, by we expanded the traditional criteria.” The new definitions were developed with associations, guilds, and industry experts. Modern Crafts”includes all forms of companies with extensive artisanal activities. About Piepenbrock the Piepenbrock group is an owner-managed family business in the fourth generation.
Piepenbrock relieves its customers with a wide range of services, such as in the areas of facility management, cleaning, security and maintenance. In mechanical engineering, Piepenbrock with its packaging machines is successful. In addition, the company for its chemical products is known. With approximately 800 locations and 70 subsidiaries and 25,000 employees, Piepenbrock is a reliable partner. We take responsibility – also for the environment. Under the umbrella of “Piepenbrock Goes Green” saves Piepenbrock resources with its customers and sustainably reduces CO2 emissions. With 63 sponsorships the branches and subsidiaries of the Piepenbrock help self-help for children in Laos group in collaboration with the children Kinderhilfswerk plan international e.V. in the long term. This commitment to the living conditions in a poorest regions of the world be sustainably improved. “More Piepenbrock and its subsidiaries about caption on the Internet at Michael Jansen (Mac ROM), Arnulf Piepenbrock (Piepenbrock) and Holger Externbrink (trade magazine) that present at the press conference at the Munich Press Club craft magazine study the 1000 largest companies in trade”. Photo: Axel Griesch.