site visits for investors
- investors experienced an exclusive look behind the scenes at cutting-edge Aalberts locations in the Frankfurt area
- offering a deeper understanding of how our technologies play a key role in semicon efficiency, driving sustainable transportation and enhancing industrial niches
- events for other regions will be organised
Last week, investors experienced an exclusive look behind the scenes at cutting-edge Aalberts locations in the Frankfurt area. The purpose was to offer investors a deeper understanding of how our technologies play a key role in increasing semicon efficiency, driving sustainable transportation, and enhancing industrial niches.
the power of a factory visit
The first stop was the Aalberts advanced mechatronics facility in Raunheim, where investors were provided with valuable insights into our role in increasing semicon efficiency. "A group of around 35 investors got the opportunity to experience our technologies first-hand, as we believe one factory tour speaks volumes compared to a presentation", says Rutger Relker, director investor relations. "The day commenced with a presentation about the semicon market by Thomas Breser, managing director - location Raunheim, followed by a factory tour. The tour comprised five stops, where our colleagues shared insights about various aspects of the production location. All investors had the opportunity to engage with our team and gain a genuine understanding of what sets Aalberts apart and makes us truly unique."
The second site visit was Aalberts surface technologies in Weiterstadt where the main focus was to demonstrate our coating processes and our industry role. "The human work lies in the preparation, while the chemical process is fully automated", says Rutger. "It became clear to investors how high the entry barrier is, and that the true capital lies in the specialised people who possess the knowledge. Oliver Jäger, executive director Aalberts surface technologies presented the business, followed by a factory tour."
connecting with investors
"We have been focusing on the German investor market for a while now, and we see the impact in the high turnout of German investors present at this event", says Rutger. "These visits are also intended for connecting with both existing and potential investors. The feedback has been positive, so we will organise similar events for other regions as well."