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HBS - PHILOSOPHY
HBS is a global leader in the development and production of innovative welding, fastening and joining equipment and systems.
We are aware that high-quality products and services can only be created in companies that place high demands on themselves.
Our guidelines therefore result from our corporate goals, which are based on what we have achieved to date and are geared towards sustained growth.
We strive to meet the needs and requirements of our customers in the best possible way in order to become their preferred supplier. Only satisfied customers remain customers. The professional and timely fulfilment of our contractual obligations is a prerequisite for effective and successful cooperation.
Our employees are the most important resource for the implementation of our goals. We encourage their personal responsibility for the tasks assigned to them and their continuous further training. Qualified and well-informed employees work independently, contribute ideas and improvements and can develop optimally in the workplace. Flat hierarchical structures and a lively team spirit promote cooperation within and between departments, increase the quality of work and the motivation of each individual.
Products at a high quality level convince in practice and lead to better market acceptance. Guaranteeing the quality of our products and services is thus linked to clearly defined, controlled processes that are subject to continuous improvement. Our goal is a 0-error rate.
Intensive basic research in the stud welding process provides us with specific detailed knowledge, which we translate into new, innovative equipment technology and processes.
The securing of market leadership is based on the continuous further development and improvement of our components, equipment and systems in close cooperation with universities and research institutes for welding technology and metallurgy at home and abroad.
The leaflets deal with the subject of arc stud welding in a generally understandable way and provide the practitioner or constructor with important information on the correct use of the various stud welding processes.