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Entertainment Corporate price is awarded: Business Club honors Kölner Companies

18:10  22 october  2021
18:10  22 october  2021 Source:   ksta.de

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Three companies have been able to convince the Cologne Business Club and thus left six competitors behind. Now you have the chance of the Cologne Corporation Price 2021. According to Christian Kerner, managing board of the Economic Club Cologne, the three companies have ruled out that they confess themselves to the location of Cologne, sustainably manage and managed the Corona pandemic well. Which of the three finalists receives the award, decides an external jury from business and research. The price will be given on October 26th.

Frank Blase, igus-Geschäftsführer © Igus Frank Bubble, Igus Managing Director

Among the finalists is Igus. The company was founded in 1964 in Cologne-Mülheim and was initially active as a supplier for technical plastic parts. Since the mid-1980s, Igus has been setting its own production and sales of high-performance plastics for motion technology in the industry. Igus has set itself the goal of being CO2-neutral with buildings and production by 2025.

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Familie Lanzerath © Lanzerath Family Lanzerath

also in the final is the Lanzerath Group, which was founded in 1971 in Cologne. The company-focused on tankstell technology is the only family business throughout Europe, which works as a service provider for mineral oil companies. For five years, the company has also been active and installed in alternative technologies and repaired electric charging pillars and hydrogen tank stations.

also in the final is Engie Germany. The subsidiary of the French Engia Group is based in Cologne and specializes in plant construction and technique as well as energy management.

Manfred Schmitz CEO ENGIE © Engie Manfred Schmitz CEO Engie

According to, Engie wants to help customers transition to climate neutrality. This should be done, among other things, with the help of technology to resource-saving power generation and consumption optimization.

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