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RUBBLE MASTER Reaches 20-Year Anniversary Milestone

Wed November 09, 2011 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Gerald Hanisch addresses the group.
Gerald Hanisch addresses the group.
Gerald Hanisch addresses the group. Team All Star took first place honors, Team RM Technology took second and Team Switzerland  took third. More than 70 participants put the pedal to the metal in the go-kart race.

The annual RUBBLE MASTER dealer meeting, staged this year on Oct. 21, also was used as an opportunity to look back on the 20-year success story of the company. Together with some 360 customers, employees, business partners and numerous representatives from the media, industry and politics, company founder and RUBBLE MASTER CEO Gerald Hanisch celebrated the business model that emerged from a vision and became reality. The global market leader in mobile compact recycling invited guests to share the moment at its company headquarters in Linz, Pichling.

At the annual dealer meeting Hanisch spoke about the milestones in the 20-year history of the company.

Hanisch presented a concept for efficient sales process management to his sales partners who are located in all continents and also spoke about targets to strive for in his outlook for the future.

The company’s anniversary was celebrated later in the evening with a gala event. Silvia Schneider, a well-known presenter on local TV channel LT1, co-hosted the evening and the event was rounded off with a show by Ali Andress and his band AARA.

More than 70 participants (dealers, representatives from the press and RM friends) put the pedal to the metal and had great fun in the go-kart race on the company premises. It was a truly tough battle for victory and the drivers gave their all. The “All Star-Team”, featuring some familiar RM faces including Rick Yarwood and Bob James from the United Kingdom and Jean-Sebastien Voghel from Canada, emerged as the winners after three hours.

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