No.1 in Iran
">stock big® Germany's" No.1 to be shown at the 9th Int'l Building & Construction Industries Exhibition, 28th - 31st July 2009 in Tehran, Iran
A most recent enquiry was received by ICMW from Tehran, Iran. After having discovered the new leading >stock big® Germany brand, ICMW immediately ordered a >stock big® No.1 plastering machine to test the local building trade's interest in this advanced technology at the dedicated building and construction fair in Tehran.
Managing Director Mr. H. Mooghaddaszadeh, no novice to Germany's leading role in technological development said: "We are certain the time is right for the introduction of this advanced technology to our local building and construction market".
Company CEO of >stock big® Germany, Jörn Stock, said that he was eagerly awaiting the dealership negotiations with ICMW and can envisage Iran becoming an important new market for the ">stock big® Germany" plastering machine technology. The creation of a global dealership network to provide first class service to clients worldwide is an integral part of our company's brand strategy. We especially welcome and encourage the appointment of dealers in new markets. At ">stock big® Germany" we offer our full support structure powered by our successful global online plastering shop www.plasterer-discount.com with its wide range of products and fully transparent and competitive price structure to all new members of the growing international ">stock big® Germany" family. I look forward to shortly being in a position to announce the appointment of our new dealer in Iran.
STOCK - B.I.G. GmbH
>stock big® is the production division of Stock - B.I.G. GmbH, a family business founded in 1968 in Siek/Hamburg. >stock big® Germany plastering machines and mixing pumps are sold worldwide. Information under www.stockbig.de.
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