In 1962, the success story of NETZSCH-Gerätebau GmbH at the Selb site began. In the last almost 60 years, we have become one of the leading manufacturers in the field of thermal analysis. We are proudly looking forward to celebrating our company’s anniversary next year together with you!
To this end, we will be looking behind the scenes. Each month, we will feature one of our devices and highlight the course of its development over the past decades. In January, we will start with the Dilatometer, one of the oldest instruments in our company history. Moreover, you can win a great prize every month!
Stay up to date and look forward to exciting, elucidating, peculiar and just plain funny stories from 60 years of NETZSCH Analyzing & Testing: www.netzsch.com/60-years-anniversary-NGB
Take Part in Our Raffle!
Each month, we report in detail about one of our instruments – and you can actively participate by taking part in our raffle! Who has the oldest instrument still in use? Send us your entry including a short story, photo and instrument serial number to NGB_Marketing@netzsch.com.
In addition, you can win a voucher for € 1500 every month, redeemable for such transactions as the purchase of a spare part or accessory, the booking of a customer-training course or contract testing, the commissioning of a repair, or the purchase of one of our analyzers. More information will be available at the start of our competition in January.
Do you have suggestions, wishes, your own stories and ideas that you would like to share with us in the course of our 60th anniversary? Please feel free to write us at any time! Stay up-to-date and check our company blog or http://www.netzsch.com/60-years-netzsch-analyzing-and-testing from January 2022 onwards.
With this note, we would like to say “goodbye” for this year. We at NETZSCH wish you and your loved ones a Merry Christmas, relaxing holidays and a good start into a healthy, new year 2022!
*The voucher is company-specific and can only be redeemed for a product or service. It is not possible to receive cash payment nor to transfer to third parties. In Germany, the voucher is to be regarded as “gross” for tax reasons.