New Branch: Donauer Solartechnik strengthens its sales activities in Belgium
"In setting up a local branch office, we aim to serve our customers more quickly and above all to offer our services in all four languages French, Flemish, German and English throughout", says Thomas Lechat. Due to its large range of solar components and solutions, Donauer Benelux is already well established on the Belgian market. "We are hoping to achieve an increase in turnover, especially with the introduction of the easy-to-handle assembly frame Futura Siplex to the Belgian market. The area of e-mobility also has the potential to attract new groups of customers", emphasizes Lechat.
Expectations for the Benelux Region
"Last year we achieved a market share of almost 8 % in Belgium. With our new branch office we are showing our customers that we continue to be there for them and that our activities in these countries will be long-term", explains Walter Manns, managing director of Donauer Solartechnik. He adds: "I continue to rate the development in Belgium and the other Benelux countries positively and expect further growth of our market share in all three countries."
Donauer Benelux PGmbH
Zur Domäne 39
B - 4750 Bütgenbach
Phone: +32 / 80 22 69 16
Fax: +32 / 80 21 64 09
Donauer Solartechnik Vertriebs GmbH
Donauer Solartechnik Vertriebs GmbH is a leading specialist wholesaler of photovoltaics. The emphasis is on the sale of high-end, quality products relating to photovoltaics as well as customer service and engineering. Under the brand name INTERSOL Donauer sells assembly systems developed by their own technical department. Services also include the planning and implementation of large-scale projects in the on and off grid sectors. The product range of the latest business area "E-mobility" includes system solutions and components relating to electromobility. The company was founded in 1995 and today has about 230 employees around Europe. Its headquarters are in Gilching, near Munich, and it has branches and sales offices in Portugal, Italy, France, Belgium, Great Britain, Austria and Oman.