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donations presented to elsenfeld nursery schools

For a number of years now, the Christmas cards of Cordenka GmbH und Co. KG have been enriched by motifs that were painted by nursery school children of Elsenfeld’s kindergartens, amongst other artists. Only a small selection of their colourful and very beautiful drawings can ever be included in this, unfortunately. Following an invitation by the mayor, Mr. Luxem, Cordenka’s own Ms. Wurster and the directors of Elsenfeld’s five nursery schools (Ms. Janetschek from “Rasselbande”, Ms. Sobolewski from “Abenteuerland”, Ms. Pokorny from “Sonnenschein”, Ms. Budnick from “Wunderland” and Ms. Theile representing the “Bärenhöhle” day-care centre) met in the town hall on 26/02/2018. As a small thank you, Ms. Wurster presented each nursery school with a financial donation enabling the respective facility’s individual wishes for the young artists to be realized. The young artists will also be presented with small gifts for their great contributions, naturally!

 

Shown in the picture from left to right: First Mayor Matthias Luxem, Ms. Janetschek, Ms. Wurster, Ms. Sobolewski, Ms. Theile, Ms. Pokorny and Ms. Budnick

 



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Pirelli’s “Day of Quality”

On November 08, Cordenka was represented at the International Day of Quality of our customer Pirelli in Breuberg. Under the motto “our materials”, Pirelli’s colleagues could get an impression of the raw materials needed for tire production. In the plant’s own training center, we had the opportunity to give a detailed presentation about Cordenka.

Picture: v.l.: S.  Sanchez-Schreiner, P. Töws & N. Grüninger

 



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CORDENKA exhibits at the Techtextil

The Techtextil in Frankfurt in May is the leading international trade fair for technical textiles and nonwovens and shows the entire spectrum of possible uses of textile technologies. More than 1,600 exhibitors from over 50 countries present the entire value creation chain in the area of technical textiles. For Cordenka, the most important trade fair presentation of them all. The many discussions with customers and the great interest of manufacturers looking for technical fibres based on sustainable commodities reflect the current increase in demand on the market. Our attractive stand, which proved to be particularly attractive due to the illuminated double glass floor filled with exhibits from the Cordenka and Cordus product palettes, went down very well and gained plenty of attention.

 

Picture: v.l. Rudolf Einsiedel, Lena Wurster, Mario Schlei, Dr. Kurt Uihlein, Ralf Stoever, Britta Zimmerer and Gerold Schwiersch



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CORDENKA presents donation to municipal kindergarten in Erlenbach am Main

Painting the title pages of CORDENKA Christmas cards is a task traditionally reserved for the kindergartens in the surrounding communities. On 21 February, a donation was presented in the Town Hall to the Head of the municipal kindergarten and the Mayor, Michael Berninger, as a thank you for the effort made by the establishment. The donation will be used to buy new play materials for the children.



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CORDENKA attends trade fair in Munich

On the occasion of the 2016 CSU Party Conference, CORDENKA, together with the site operator of the ICOs, Mainsite, exhibited on the joint stand of the Bavarian chemical association (VBCI) in Munich at the beginning of November. This provided an opportunity to speak with senior politicians and business representatives. Committee discussions dealt with issues such as Bavaria as an economic location, energy policy and social policy.



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CORDENKA Christmas Card Campaign 2016

The pictures for CORDENKA Christmas cards are designed by kindergartens from the surrounding communities each year.
This year, the kindergartens Abenteuerhaus, Sonnenhügel and Altstadt from Obernburg have painted numerous colourful works of art.

Ms Wittmayer and Ms Wurster have given the little artists a present and have made a donation to the kindergartens.

We are already looking forward to next year with new great pictures!

 

 



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