Liaunig Industrieholding AG

Liaunig Industrieholding AG is a medium-sized industrial group focusing on industrial management and sustainable development of its associate companies. The roots of the company go back to the Auricon group, founded by the industrialist Herbert W. Liaunig, who established its success based on the principles of sustainability, independence and stability in the early 1990s.

Wild

With its exceptional know-how in optics, mechanical engineering, electronics and plastics, WILD sets standards throughout Europe.

This top-class performance is achieved by means of absolute customer orientation, flexibility and the highest quality standards.

  • Knowledge: added value – decades of experience
  • Innovation: permanent development and continuing willingness to learn
  • Service: from the idea to the product
  • Vitality: streamlined structures, efficient organisation, open communication. WILD with its head office in Völkermarkt is one of the leading technology companies in Carinthia.

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Waagner-Biro

An uncompromising attitude to high quality steel processing is common to all core business fields of Waagner-Biro.

The approach is evident in the spectacular architectural creations of the steel and glass engineering division, and in the stage equipment supplied to the world’s foremost performance venues; it applies equally to steel bridge construction and special machinery.

In every case – as is apparent in all of the company’s products and solutions – Waagner-Biro sets out to achieve the extraordinary.

Waagner-Biro is an internationally operating steel engineering organisation based in Vienna. Founded in 1854, the tradition-conscious company has amassed more than 160 years of experience. Today, Waagner-Biro has over 1,200 employees at some 17 locations in Europe, the Middle East and Southeast Asia.

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Binder+Co

Binder+Co is an internationally successful specialist in machinery and complete systems for comminuting, screening, drying, sorting, wet-preparation as well as packaging and palletising bulk materials of all kinds.

The company, which is based in Gleisdorf, Styria, concentrates on the three segments of processing technology, environmental technology and packaging technology, and is a global market leader in the fields of screening technology and glass recycling.

The machinery is employed to process bulk materials such as coal, ores, industrial materials, waste glass, recovered paper, plastics waste, products from both the chemical and petrochemical industries, artificial fertilisers, salt, sand, mortar and foodstuffs and animal feeds.

Through its innovative products, Binder+Co makes a valuable contribution to the efficient handling of limited resources.

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