JULABO Celebrates with a Multi-Day Event Package
News Oct 24, 2017
Julabo GmbH celebrates their 50th company anniversary in 2017. These 50 years of experiences, skills, and innovation were celebrated extensively during a multi-day JULABO event package.
The celebrations started on Sep. 21, 2017, with the gala evening in Europe Park Rust with 700 invited guests. As one of the highlights, well-known TV presenter Hadnet Tesfai hosted the evening in the format of a “Late Night Show”. On the Partner Experience Day afterwards, more than 400 invited customers and partners became in insight in the temperature control world of Julabo. The JULABO anniversary events finished with the Open House on Sep. 24, 2017: General Manager Markus Juchheim welcomed approx. 4,500 visitors in the company’s headquarters in Seelbach. An entertaining program for old and young as well as international culinary highlights completed the Open House.
As JULABO is strongly connected regionally, General Manager Markus established the JULABO Foundation in the anniversary year. The goal of the foundation is to support associations, non-profit organizations, and social institutions in the Seelbach region.
Today, JULABO GmbH is a worldwide leading provider of temperature control technology with more than 350 employees in 11 subsidiaries as well as sales and service partners in more than 100 countries.
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