NICOLAS customer Prémat can enjoy positive results after 20 years relationship and 16 million driven kilometers
STP Prémat has long been a satisfied customer of the French special vehicle manufacturer, NICOLAS. After 20 years within the company, the driver Jean-Philipp is convinced: "For years I am regularly transporting construction materials and industrial parts such as locomotives with transporters of NICOLAS. The quality and reliability of the transporters are at a very high level!” With more than 100,000 kilometers in average driven per year and 8 transporters in its fleet, Prémat has now driven more than 16 million kilometers within 20 years. “The transporter user-friendliness, the competent after-sales service and high availability of parts 24-hours a day, allow a high degree of planning security and reliable transport operations” said General Manager of Prémat, Phillipp Prémat. With the integration into the worldwide leading TII Group, NICOLAS Industrie stronger its range especially of public road transport with the EuroCompact and the Superflex.
NICOLAS recieves "Supply Star" award from Technip
The French special vehicle manufacturer, NICOLAS, was honored by the French plant manufacturer Technip with the "Supply Star" award. With over 25,000 employees, Technip has a worldwide presence. When transporting oversized cable reels for off and on-shore pipeline systems, Technip relies on reel carrier vehicles from NICOLAS and acknowledged the high quality of cooperation with NICOLAS well as the excellent service through the "Supply Star", which was presented for the tenth time in 2014. View article
Taking part from the outset: Students take part at a fair in France
The TII Group and its companies SCHEUERLE, NICOLAS and KAMAG do everything they can to have their students early in practice: Robin Friedrich and Philipp Karg, students of the Dual University Baden-Württemberg, attended a fair in Paris last week. With focus on transport and logistics on roads and terrain, the students transmitted their know-how to customers, suppliers and interested fair visitors. By exchanging knowledge with neighboring stands, the students gained interesting fair insights and could also demonstrate their language skills. Playing the TII Image film supported the exhibition appearance perfectly. Interested? Then have a look at: Image Movie
University awards its highest honour: Hon. Senator Otto Rettenmaier receives University Gold Medal
The award ceremony was carried out by the Rector of Hohenheim University in Germany on Monday, 2nd June 2014 in the presence of a number of invited guests along with the ministerial department heads of the Finance and Economic Affairs Ministries as well as Science, Research and the Arts - all of whom had come to express their thanks for the generous donation made by the owner of the TII Group. This was followed by the laying of the foundation stone for the new lecture hall: the Otto Rettenmaier Audimax.
Indeed, it was only due to the large donation made by the Hon. Senator Rettenmaier that had made the construction of a much-needed auditorium possible. On the occasion of the laying the foundation stone, the University of Hohenheim took the opportunity to award him the University Gold Medal. The foundation stone itself contains items presented by Otto Rettenmaier and includes, among other things, a bottle of La Tour Figeac from his Bordeaux vineyard, the TII Group company brochure - which includes the SCHEUERLE Fahrzeugfabrik the Group’s largest subsidiary alongside NICOLAS Industrie in Champs-sur-Yonne (France) and KAMAG Transporttechnik in Ulm - as well as personal details.
Premat transports locomotives on NICOLAS MDEL TP complete with special deck for rail vehicles
STP Premat has long been a satisfied customer of the French special vehicle manufacturer, NICOLAS. Ten heavy-duty vehicles from NICOLAS take pride of place in STP Premat´s fleet of vehicles, and are responsible for handling the toughest assignments. For example, as recently happened, for the transportation of several locomotives which were destined for the railway repair workshop facility in Saint Avold. View article