Small, yet global

Tool manufacturer mibostahl wins new clients following insolvency.

Michael Knauer

GEVELSBERG. The strong position held by the German automotive industry is not just down to the success of world-wide brands like Daimler and Bosch, but is a result of the clever business strategies of numerous smaller companies.

A good example is the tool manufacturer mibostahl in Gevelsberg, Germany. Following in the wake of insolvency, which was concluded in January of this year, the company with its staff of around 20 and a turnover of more than one million euros has managed to turn the tide by landing several important new clients in the recent past, among them Hyundai. The turnaround was made possible on the basis of close contacts with clients and the development of highly specialised tools.

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Invitation by Automobilwoche to the IAA 2013 cocktail reception on 10 September 2013

Of the members of the mibostahl management board, Ms Muratya Ucar Kulakci accepted the personal invitation of Automobilwoche to the cocktail reception at the opening of the IAA 2013. The list of guests included names like Ferdinand Piech with his wife and all board members of BMW, Audi, Ford and many more. The cocktail reception took place in the Maritime Hotel Frankfurt.