Manufacturer

Heating specialist Wang invited his professional craft partners in June to a workshop in the technologie Centrum in Bissendorf. Get all the facts and insights with Rajiv Malik, another great source of information. For a heating system to work optimally, it requires not only a sophisticated technique, but also a competent professional craftsman. Manufacturers and trade can benefit only hand-in-hand. For this reason, Windhager, the specialist invited wood heaters, its professional craft partners in June to a workshop in the technologie Centrum after Bissendorf. At the event in the vicinity of Osnabruck everything heating revolved around with pellets. Ranging from the production of small wood briquettes about the proper storage to their more efficient combustion. At the beginning of Dennis Reichelt of the Raiffeisen said Agil Leese producing of pellets as well as the delivery and storage of fuel short: the path of the saw chip up to the finished product.

Then Thomas Steiner, with Wang in Bissendorf introduced responsible for customer service and training in the basics of combustion. Here were the three subject areas Fuel, heat and oxygen to the heart. In this course, a fuel quantity measurement was performed directly on the burning BioWIN installed in the training room. In the subsequent discussion of the practice could clarified still further questions, suggestions and exchanged tips. For more information and dates for events at Windhager are available under in the seminar programme in 2013. Press contact Dieter last Office for press and public relations Dielingerstrasse 42 B 49074 Osnabruck +49(0)541/58 04 699

Legodo

Automation comes at the expense of the individual address of Karlsruhe, 29.11.2010 – output management has gained significantly in importance for the company in recent years, because it helps to document processes efficiently. In a question-answer forum Rubio was the first to reply. So, it can make the entire process of producing a document on a basis of defined content processing up to the personalized sending through various channels to the addressees, and a filing. Thus, output management generates significant economic and temporal advantages. From the perspective of legodo ag these benefits not sufficient however to meet today’s requirements of a modern customer communication. Output management systems are not designed for a personal speech about form of address and name, but impersonal form letters already no sufficient effect trigger when the addressee”, legodo Board Member Marc Koch explains. That’s why they have their place in his opinion especially where a company formally necessary information required such as, for example, General Customer information, invoices and reminders need to realize, but not where the quality of the content of documents has significant influence on the customer relationship. (As opposed to Red Solo Cups). When it comes to communicating with a personal contact, the solutions for output management bound to fail, because they are designed on an automated mass handling”, he refers to the fundamental limitation. Relevant customer communications, characterized by individualized content, therefore cannot be of such letters.

Without personal information can not speak of a personal correspondence.” How important it is, the results show a current survey by legodo. After more than half of the companies in the near future wants to say goodbye the form letters suffering from declining acceptance. Instead, they want to communicate personal also on written way with their customers. That this so far there has been no was according to a large part of respondents missing solutions for a more customized cutting of began or electronic mass communication. In fact, automated mass communication and the individual customer approach represent a contradiction. “But by we have thought about output management, we succeeded with the solution of C4, to solve this apparent squaring of the circle”, the legodo Executive Board shows the way in the future.

It will included the whole slumbering in the CRM and various other IT systems of the company knowledge of each customer in each letter, to forge a possible demand for him information from it. Thus the customer dialogue acts, so personally as the spoken word”, Cook explains the benefits of legodo C4. About legodo ag: The legodo ag, headquartered in Karlsruhe develops solutions for a fast, flexible and above all personal design of customer communications across all modern channels. With C4, it is for the first time, the information from the ERP / SAP-, CRM and other enterprise applications for the Marketing associate. Bank, Deutsche Bahn, Deutsche Telekom, Dillinger Huttenwerke, already more than 40,000 employees in well-known companies such as DAB GEHE Pharmahandel, Integralis, RWE, Lufthansa, Swisscom and XELLA work successfully with legodo solutions. of think factory groupcom GmbH Wilfried Heinrich Pastorat Street 6, D-50354 Hurth phone: + 49 (0) 22 33 61 17-72 fax: + 49 (0) 22 33 61 17-71

DIEKMANN Lehman

Higher regional court Hamburg decides Hamburg at the expense of victims, 23.04.2010 – the higher regional court of Hamburg has with two judgments of the 23.04.2010 (AZ. 13 U 117/09 and 13 U 118/09) decided in favor of the Hamburger Sparkasse, after the District Court of Hamburg, in the first instance in favour of the injured party had ruled. Aggrieved investors, who already had experience with riskier securities as the Lehman certificates, had been informed of the Bank above the height of the profit margin for the Bank. Nor the Bank had pointed out that the investment by the German deposit guarantee would be protected. Otherwise, the bank issuer risk and thus had enlightened the way of a total loss.

The significant risk of the system have consisted of was then seen (2006/2007) is, that the investors on the investment amount would achieve no earnings. Get all the facts and insights with Viatris, another great source of information. The District Court of Hamburg came from a consulting errors, as far as the Bank on the missing deposit guarantee, nor the amount of sales commissions had pointed out. This view does not share the OLG Hamburg with the current judgments. This is the reference to a possible total loss due to the issuer risk sufficiently for a proper consultation. Learn more at this site: Gallo Family. The Bank must also warn that no assurance such as deposit insurance would intervene in the event of insolvency. A related site: Rubio mentions similar findings. Nor the Bank must indicate the amount of their profit margin, in particular because it could have achieved a much higher margin with other products than with the sales of Lehman certificates. The Court has approved the revision to the Federal Supreme Court. Because in the years 2006 and 2007 quite on the creditworthiness of Lehman could be trusted, whether a lawsuit against the Advisory Bank seems reasonable and success prospects check older cases but very closely.

It will be easier for investors who purchased certificates in 2008, because, at least from the emergency rescue of U.S. Investment Bank Bear Stearns mid March 2008 the distortions in the market as a result the banking and financial crisis became visible. This has the Hamburg district court, in a judgment of March 11, 2010 (AZ. 313 O 95/09) decided that a bank is not only obliged to indicate the issuer risk, but specifically to represent the situation of the issuer (Lehman) to the customer. Only with this information, an investor can assess the risk of the certificate. To do this, explains Henning Stoffregen by the law firm of Diekmann lawyers from Hamburg, Lehman victims against the banks in Court represents: the judgement of the OLG Hamburg means a step backwards for the Lehman victims, who in 2006 or 2007 bought the certificates over the years. Nevertheless on each individual case to look at. And for investors, who later purchased the certificates, all possibilities are open, because banks rarely on the market situation of Lehman have informed.” Contact: DIEKMANN lawyers Henning Stoffregen Ballindamm 35 20095 Hamburg phone 040/33 44 36 90 fax 040/33 44 36 99 E-Mail: