Siren system manufacturer provides alternate ways to make contact with its international customers

Siren system manufacturer provides alternate ways to make contact with its international customers

INTERSCHUTZ, the world’s leading trade fair for fire brigades, rescue services, civil protection and safety has now been postponed for the second time and is not scheduled to take place again until 2022. HÖRMANN Warnsysteme, the leading siren systems manufacturer, will definitely be there. Until then, the new products and siren systems will be presented in a different setting, including a digital trade fair folder and an intensive online consultation, because the need for advice is greater than ever.

The increasing number of natural disasters with earthquakes, storms, tsunamis and floods is making those responsible around the world more aware of the issue of civil protection. In Germany, the nationwide warning day has led to more and more municipalities taking an interest in electronic sirens – and the same is observed in many countries. In short: siren systems are still in great demand for mass warning and notification of the public.

The most important trade fair for this sector is INTERSCHUTZ, which takes place every four years in Hanover, Germany. Now it has been postponed for the second time due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The exhibition halls are not scheduled to open again until 2022 for international visitors from the fire, security, civil defence and rescue sectors.

‘However, there is still a need for advice and information. Especially for our international customers the personal contact and consulting during a fair like INTERSCHUTZ is very important,’ says Managing Director Dipl.-Ing Matthias Müllner. ‘Civil defence projects take time, but two years cannot be idly bridged when it comes to public alert.’ HÖRMANN Warnsysteme has therefore strengthened its advisory services and looked for ways to provide the same quality of advice to potential trade-fair visitors from all around the world. After prior registration, the siren experts will therefore make time for online consultation via Teamviewer and other media. In addition, a digital trade-fair folder containing all the information on the products planned to be presented at INTERSCHUTZ is available for download. In this way, interested parties can find out about the latest news in advance and then arrange an online or telephone meeting with an expert in siren systems. To make an appointment, all you need to do is send an email to the central contact address or call +49 (0) 8091 5630 -300 with a brief note about the planned location and project, type and time period of the desired contact.

HÖRMANN Warnsysteme is the leading manufacturer of electronic siren systems ‘made in Germany’ to reliably alert the public in case of natural disasters such as flood waves, big fires or tsunamis or industrial accidents such as chemical clouds or dam leakage and dam flooding. Further, the electronic sirens are used to alert the fire brigade, especially the voluntary firefighters. HÖRMANN siren systems are installed worldwide in a close collaboration with skilled local partners.

About HÖRMANN Warnsysteme GmbH

The reliable warning of the population against disasters is our concern. This is what we at HÖRMANN Warnsysteme stand for with our expertise from over 60 years of developing and building sirens and siren warning systems. HÖRMANN electronic sirens, made in Germany, alert people worldwide to dangers such as tsunamis, floods, fire, toxic substances or other disasters. Our experience, combined with an absolute commitment to quality, has made us the market leader. In development and production, we rely on Germany as a business location. Founded by Dipl.-Ing. Hans Hörmann as a two-man business in 1955, the outdoor sirens laid the foundation for today’s HÖRMANN Group with over 27 subsidiaries in the business segments Automotive, Communication, Engineering and Services and around 3,300 employees.

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