Protecting moorland: STIHL supports Bergwaldprojekt e.V.

Moors offer a unique habitat for animals and play a special role in climate protection. That’s why restoring degraded moors is an important task – one that involves commitment and muscle power, along with chainsaws. STIHL supports the non-profit organisation Bergwaldprojekt e.V. and offers an exciting look at the rehydration of a moor in the Hunsrück (Germany).

Tree felling at Hohenheim Castle

170-years-old, weighing in at several tonnes and with an impressive trunk diameter of 120 centimetres: a beech tree was felled and a 24-metre-high Norway maple was heavily pruned in Hohenheim in southern Germany.
STIHL was on site for this extraordinary mission, actively helping with tree maintenance tasks. We have captured the most exciting moments for you in pictures.

STIHL’s virtual training world

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. A success through and through: the project has already received its second eLearning AWARD in 2018.

New challenges for STIHL

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.

Brexit: Norbert Pick, STIHL Executive Board Member, Marketing and Sales, answers three questions

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.