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Our principle "Adaptable - without losing the contour" presents itself in the synthesis of classic-elegant design and contemporary architecture. For the design of house entrance systems and garage door fronts, weather-resistant and easy-care decorative panels made of high-quality materials are used. The idea for dreamlike doors and gates was awarded with international awards for technology and design.
Neumayr continues GÜWA
The metal construction specialist Neumayr High-Tech Fassaden GmbH in Eggenfelden took over the manufacturer for door panels GÜWA from Nagold on February 1st, 2020 with an asset deal.
The metal construction specialist Neumayr High-Tech Fassaden GmbH in Eggenfelden took over the manufacturer for door panels GÜWA from Nagold on February 1st, 2020 with an asset deal. Business operations continue with all decisive employees and the team around Kai Walz look into a successful future, which will mainly be found on the Chinese market. "The GÜWA program is ideally tailored to this market," said Walter Gürtner, managing director and owner of the Neumayr company group in Eggenfelden.
The Bavarian company is currently very successful in the Beijing area and would like to use the GÜWA range in China to set up its own division with high-end front doors. "Chinese customers particularly appreciate this premium product with Made in Germany, because front doors in China represent a prestige area," said Walter Gürtner.
GÜWA is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. The merger with Neumayr laid the basic for strengthening and successfully continuing the GÜWA brand and product. Neumayr and its subsidiary Neumayr Asia GmbH, like GÜWA, have been successfully active in the Asian market for over 10 years. In the future, the aim of the merger of the two companies is to intensify and further expand the opportunities and synergies in global sales. Of course, the door panels will continue to be produced in Nagold for the German and European market in the proven quality, too.
Neumayr and GÜWA see the cooperation as a win-win situation for both companies. The current situation in China is not conducive to business, despite this Neumayr customers remain loyal to the coronavirus and orders continue to be received. Gürtner and Walz see more opportunities than risks in the big market in China in the future.
Walter Gürtner (General Manager and owner by Neumayr), Kai Walz (GÜWA in Nagold) and Rudolf Prex (Manager in Eggenfelden)