EXPOTECHNIK Heinz Soschinski GmbH
|Phone:||+49(0)6128 / 269-0|
|Fax:||+49(0)6128 / 269100|
Expotechnik Group is a leading international service provider for three-dimensional brand presentation. Headquarters of the company is the Expotechnik Heinz H. Soschinski GmbH in Taunusstein near Frankfurt am Main founded in 1968. Expotechnik Group is represented around the globe and disposes of eight independent subsidiaries in the business regions EMEA, The Americas and Asia Pacific. Expotechnik Group designs and realizes projects all over the world with individual architectural and communication concepts that make brand worlds an experience. Main activity field of the Expotechnik Group are "Exhibitions", "Events" and "Environments" - nartional and international trade shows and events as well as brand and experoimental environments for lounges & showrooms, exhibition spaces or office rooms.Every year, the company carries out 1,500 projects worldwide with scalable sizes of between 12 and 12,000 square meters – altogether 150,000 square meters per year. Expotechnik Group's recyclable modular elements ensure a particularly sustainable presentation form. The whole value-added chain is covered by a comprehensive offer – from concept to design, project management, production, add-on services (event, graphics, media, catering), to transport, logistics and installation management. Expotechnik's customers include international concerns such as Siemens, BMW, Lufthansa and Deutsche Telekom as well as leading medium-sized enterprises such as SEW-EURODRIVE, Phoenix Contact, Krones and Phonak. Alexander D. Soschinski and Patrick O. Soschinski jointly manage Expotechnik Group as Managing Partners.
|Area of operations:||national and international|
Amada, BMW, Deutsche Bundesbank, Deutsche Telekom, Deutsche Lufthansa, Deutz, Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft, Friatec, Honda, Krones, Phoenix Contact, Phonak, Samsung, SEW-EURODRIVE, Siemens, Storck Bicycle, Volvo Construction Equipment, Nestlè Professional, Dorint, SCHOTT
|Business sectors:||Standbuilders, Design, Exhibition architecture, Temporary buildings, Exhibition furniture, Doubledeck|