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12 agosto, 2020 a las 3:46 pm #19748ManuelInvitado
Me pregunto qué piensan ustedes de la compra de Can Man por parte de Soudronic.
Obviamente el pez grande se come al pequeño pero creéis que esto es beneficioso para el sector o que será negativo.25 agosto, 2020 a las 3:30 pm #19749Jose RamonInvitado
personalmente creo que es algo malo, aunque Soudronic ya de por si tiene la mayoria de cuota del mercado, pero ahora ya tiene el 100%, por lo que podra hacer lo que quiera, supongo que negativo para los compradores por tema de precios.
saludos22 septiembre, 2020 a las 9:43 am #19761Han Seng KongInvitado
Just saw thsi in your paper. It is sad that Rudi Urbritcht my friend have given up . May I remind him that I always asked him whether he would one day sell out to Soudronic, if we were to puchase his machinery. I asked in around 1999 and again in around 2016. If he did so we would not buy his machinery as we would be left in the lurch . If we had bought we would now be left truely in the lurch This was what happened to Fael , who was sold to Soudronic ,after their President when in Singapore assured me that FAEL will not be sold. CANMAN have very well engineered products. We love them . But they are expensive . So we intend to buy later. The impression I got when I tried to contact CANMAN’s people is that they have little time for me and, interest for small order. Big orders do go to small fry. When they are not really interested in us ,also family company , what who do they want to do business with? Sad. Very sad . Our acquiantence goes back 34 years.