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Erich Sennebogen Museum Reflects Values of Its Namesake

Eight historic machines chronicle the development of Sennebogen products over six decades.

Fri January 30, 2015 - National Edition
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The earliest Sennebogen machines on display.
The earliest Sennebogen machines on display.
The earliest Sennebogen machines on display. The earliest Sennebogen machines on display.

“No such thing as it cannot be done!” has been the Sennebogen corporate philosophy right from its beginning more than 60 years ago. According to Constantino Lannes, president of Sennebogen LLC, “This belief is very evident in the exhibits of the Erich Sennebogen Museum, unveiled recently honoring the founder of the company.”

Eight historic machines, from the first manure loader to a current hydraulic excavator, chronicle the development of Sennebogen products over six decades. Extensive displays of large-scale images and documents showcases the development of the company and the personality of the man who built it. The pyramid-shaped building with its glass dome, located in Straubing, Germany, the home of Sennebogen, is based on Erich Sennebogen’s own initial drafts. A distinctive mix of history and technology, the eye-catching facility provides an impressive ambience for visitors while incorporating numerous innovations for sustainable, energy-efficient construction.

In addition to the historical and cultural goals of the Erich Sennebogen Museum, the 7,000 sq. ft. facility also is designed to host corporate events and conferences for up to 350 people.

For more information, call 704/347-4910 or visit www.sennebogen-na.com.




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