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.
“Wood is warm and alive. It simply has a different energy,” says the sculptor Josef Lang. In our interview, he tells us about how he started making wooden sculptures that stand over 3 metres in height, the challenges his art poses and his favourite STIHL saw.