We have brought together some useful expert tips in our “STIHL gardening tip” series of articles to help you face the challenges around your home and garden with ease. This article will tell you what you can use your chainsaw for in the garden and what you should bear in mind when working with this tool.
A look back in time: With 8.5 hp and a weight of 67 kilogrammes, the STIHL ice saw was a powerful heavyweight that was first used in the 1950s. The ice saw made it possible to free ships that were trapped in ice and to make ports negotiable. Warehouses also benefited from the saw. Here’s a first clue: They used it to cool a very popular beverage.
Making learning fun: STIHL employees can now try out new brand-name tools in a virtual environment. The “STIHL Training goes Virtual Reality” project conveys information about products in an exciting way with 3D representations. The first visible sign of success: the innovative project was recently awarded the eLearning Award 2017.
New building, new technologies, new tasks. These are exciting times for STIHL – especially when it comes to development. In an interview, Wolfgang Zahn, Head of Development on the Executive Board, speaks about the limits of technology, the correct market strategy and the challenges that STIHL will face in the future.
In June, a narrow majority of Britons voted in favor of the United Kingdom leaving the European Union. “STIHL is committed to the British market,” says Norbert Pick, STIHL executive board member responsible for marketing and sales.
Nevertheless, Brexit will have consequences for STIHL because the United Kingdom is one of the ten top markets worldwide in terms of turnover. We asked Norbert Pick.
When Andreas Stihl developed his first chainsaw in 1926, his aim and vision was to “ease people’s work with and in nature”. STIHL has been the world’s best-selling chainsaw brand since 1971. Since the company was founded by Andreas Stihl, it has developed from a one-man operation into an internationally active manufacturer of chainsaws and […]
In Guyana, STIHL supports the Caiman House Field Station research project. It provides help to the alligators and the inhabitants of the small village Yupukari.
In the late nineteen-sixties, Andreas Stihl increasingly withdraws from the company for reasons of health. His son, Hans Peter Stihl, becomes a personally liable partner in 1971. He and his sister, Eva, have already been pursuing a clear strategy for some years: They want to take control of sales operations.
Forest areas, farmland, urban parks – nature is multi-faceted. This is one of the reasons why our products are used in such a wide range of fields. Whether landscaping, forestry, the furniture industry, tea production or bush fire prevention – as a global group it is our aspiration to cope with challenges of every possible kind.