The Scheidt & Bachmann family is growing – a new subsidiary has been founded in Norway

The Scheidt & Bachmann subsidiary Norway

Scheidt & Bachmann continues on its expansionist course and has announced the establishment of a new subsidiary, Scheidt & Bachmann Norge AS.

As demand continues to grow and the number of installed systems increases, this move is consistent with the Scheidt & Bachmann policy of proximity to the customer. “Until now, our focus was on project-based service activities for defined periods, for example at Norway’s largest airport, Oslo-Gardermoen,” says Thomas Wallraven, Managing Director of Scheidt & Bachmann Norge AS. “Our aim now is to provide a comprehensive, sustainable offering in terms of service, maintenance and installations.”

Scheidt & Bachmann customers will now be able to call on experts who, in addition to their extensive product knowledge, can also offer the benefit of their local knowledge and experience. Response times will be significantly reduced, while future projects will also benefit from the know-how of the Scheidt & Bachmann Norge AS team.

Scheidt & Bachmann has thus increased its network to 25 subsidiaries worldwide. Business partners in over 70 countries place their trust in the expertise of Scheidt & Bachmann as a system supplier for parking management systems.

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The family-owned company with its headquarters in Moenchengladbach, Germany was founded in 1872 and is now managed in its fifth generation. In the four divisions Fare Collection systems, Signalling Systems, Petrol Station Systems and Parking and Leisure Centre Systems, Scheidt & Bachmann is setting worldwide standards. The Parking Systems division dominates the international car park market by nearly 22,000 installations; it is the system provider for more than 75 airports worldwide.Scheidt & Bachmann provides with its brand “entervo” integrated, modular general solutions consisting of up-to-date JAVA software and innovative equipment.



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