Combi Wear Parts AB and Kiesel GmbH signs exclusive partnership for Germany

Combi Wear parts AB announces Kiesel GmbH as their exclusive dealer in Germany. Kiesel with head office in Baienfurt, Germany is the exclusive importer and distributor of Hitachi construction and mining equipment in Germany and Austria.

The partnership will strengthen the distribution of Combi Wear Parts product groups ProClaws and C-REX in Germany.

Because of the partnership, Kiesel will take over the responsibility for sales and marketing of the products in Germany. Kiesel, with 25 subsidiaries in Germany will create new access points closer to the end users and with the Kiesel organization we will be able to strengthen the brands ProClaws and C-REX in the German and Austrian markets.

Bauma 2016 From left: Peter Kulik General Manager Combi Wear Parts GmbH, Sacha de Bilderling Sales Diector Combi Wear Parts AB, Fredrik Ivansson Managing Director Combi Wear Parts AB, Wilhelm Houben Manager Material Handling Kiesel GmbH, Jochen Lang Managing Director Kiesel GmbH and Ewald Tettambel Sales Manager Combi Wear Parts GmbH. Download large photo.

Contact us for more information:
Managing Director
Combi Wear Parts AB
Fredrik Ivansson
+46 (0)550 41 05 59
fredrik.ivansson@combiparts.com

Sales Director
Combi Wear Parts AB
Sacha de Bilderling
+46 (0)550 41 05 65
sacha@combiparts.com

General Manager 
Combi Wear Parts GmbH
Peter Kulik
+49 (0)2151 75 50 44
peter.kulik@combiparts.com

Merry Christmas from Combi Wear parts

Merry christmas

This is a genuine Swedish Christmas tradition – ginger cookies. As you see, you can shape them more or less as you like. There are hundreds of recipes, but here is one that will give you really tasty ginger cookies. Eat them as they are or try them with some blue cheese – a delightful surprise.

Ginger cookies

300 gram butter
200 gram brown sugar
200 gram sugar
1,3 cup or 3 dl cream
1,3 cup or 3 dl syrup
1 tsp cinnamon
1 tsp ground ginger
1 tsp ground cloves
2 tsp baking soda
1,3 kg flour

  1. Mix butter, brown sugar, sugar, cream and syrup to a smooth dough, preferable in an electric beater.
  2. Mix the spices and add them to the dough.
  3. Add the flour, little at time and work it into the dough. If you don’t use an electric beater you can work the flour into the dough by hand.
  4. Cover the bowl with plastic wrap and let it rest in refrigerator overnight.
  5. Take the dough from refrigerator and place it on a lightly floured work surface and sprinkle the top of the dough with flour. Roll the dough very thin, 2-3 mm.
  6. Using cookie cutters cut out the cookies and transfer to greaseproof paper.
  7. Use cold oven plates to avoid bubbles and bake in the middle of the oven 4-5 minutes in 200 °C. Watch them carefully, they are quickly burnt. 

Let them cool for about 15 minutes.

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