German Chancellor Angela Merkel

The Minister-President of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Erwin Sellering visited enterprises of wind energy in the focus on April 28, 2011, the manufacturer of wire harnesses, cable assemblies, wiring harnesses and electronic components for the wiring of wind turbines awekProtech in Rehna. The visit took place in preparation for the opening of the wind farm Baltic I and the trade fair Baltic future. The Managing Director of awekProtech, Dirk Donges, welcomed the Prime Minister and the Chairman of the wind energy network Rostock Andree IBE and accompanying guests. He gave an insight into the history of the 25th company which is among the three leading companies in the world with the machining processing of grooves and cam. The companies with products of the Cable Assembly in many industries such as wind energy, railway technology and air – and space industry is represented with production in Rehna and now 60 employees. We produce at a high level and are certified to ISO 9100, among others”, said he to the success factors of the company. During his tour through the production halls, Prime Minister Erwin Sellering looked the employees at the screws and soldering of cables and conductors over the shoulder.

You must be very skilled, to correctly perform this work”, he praised the production staff. In the manufacture of a cable harness, the Prime Minister himself put on hand and cut a piece of cable with a special knife, which was then attached to a cable wall by the employee. I got a very good impression and the working atmosphere is very relaxed and open,”was the conclusion of Erwin Sellering after his visit to the production. “With the Executive Director of awekProtech, Dirk Donges, he noted in his conversation also: certainly there are many small and medium-sized companies with very good ideas in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, which will contribute to the positive development of the region and awekProtech.” The visit of the Prime Minister at company was marked by the preparation to the opening of the wind farm Baltic I went to May 2, Zingst, in the presence of Prime Minister Erwin Sellering and German Chancellor Angela Merkel on the network.

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