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P-TEC provided a turnkey plant for the production of concrete sleepers
Following the basic principle « The location is not defined by the plant, but the plant is defined by the location » P-TEC provided a turnkey plant for the production of concrete railway sleepers and put it into operation. The individual plant sections were precisely tuned to each other, from the mixing unit up to the quality assurance and storage logistics for the final product. All machinery components were clearly tailored to the needs of the client.
Combined with a systematic strategy and a professional project management the turnkey plant was successfully realized within shortest time.

The sleeper plant was built at comparatively low investment and operating costs using technology which allows a flexible and efficient market orientation. The foundation for planned success was laid by the comprehensive transfer of know-how in the sleeper production and continuous support of the production team at site.

Top Rating for P-TEC
The independent rating agency Hoppenstedt evaluated 4.7 million companies on a scale ranked from 1 to 6.

The result: The rating agency confirms that P-TEC rated with „1“ belongs to the 4.4% of highest-ranked companies in Germany. According to Hoppenstedt this result is mainly based on P-TEC´s excellent presentation in the financial management and their clearly-structured business processes.

In the economic life the „Hoppenstedt CreditCheck Top Rating“ certificate stands for a nationwide well-known and accredited award for a constant and steadily development and an excellent credit rating.

Systematic Quality Assurance
P-TEC has been awarded for their quality management system with ISO DIN EN 90001:2008. This certification confirms the high quality requirements, optimum processes as well as the efficient work organization.

A structured quality management system guarantees compliance with the high requirements regularly supervised by an independent external auditor and ensures that the high quality standards will also be an integral part of P-TEC´s business policy in the future.

Positive development at P-TEC
Thanks to the prosperous development of P-TEC it was possible to invest in a new future-oriented location.Our new headquarter in Wolfratshausen (about 35 km south of Munich) is located nearby the river Loisach and close to the lake "Starnbergersee".

The office is furnished with the newest state-of-the art equipment and grants plenty of room for project planning, engineering, administration and service storage.
As the highway Munich-Garmisch is nearby a perfect traffic connection is also guaranteed.

With the new headquarter P-TEC has set the course for further successful growth.

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Bicycle tour for the benefit of disabled sports
The cycling excursion for the benefit of disabled sports, which Klaus Mamedof bought by auction, took part during a beautiful spring day.

Klaus Mamedof invited his friends together with the bicycle professional Bernhard Eisel and Wolfgang Dabernig to a bicycle tour through the Gailtal. So far, Bernhard Eisel celebrated already several big prosperities during his sportsman career, such as at the Tour de Suisse, where he was nominated as complete winner. At the Tour de France Bernhard Eisel at one stage reached place three.

Altogether this was a very successful event, where the cycling of course was the main focus however there was also plenty of time for a relaxed get-together.

Sportive peak performance
In empathy with culture and sport P-TEC supports attaining perfection and visions to become reality.

High performance sport and P-TEC sleeper technology are both based on rising the same challenge: It’s the superior mastery of a technique, that generates outstanding performance.

P-TEC supported actively the Austrian cyclist Wolfgang Dabernig.

FIFA World Cup for P-TEC
Normally this privilege is only granted to the world’s best football players once every four years, but for P-TEC’s managing director, Klaus Mamedorf, every boy’s dream became reality: Not only was he permitted to see the World Cup trophy with his own eyes, he was also allowed to touch and hold it in his very hands!

Fitting the occasion, Klaus Mamedof sported a grin from ear to ear and had water in his eyes. After all, this was the original trophy that was first lifted at the 1974 World Cup Finals by the German Champions, led to victory by Franz Beckenbauer and that subsequently passed through the hands of no lesser mortals than such super stars as Maradona, Zidane, Ronaldinho, Ronaldo & Co.

His comment: “I am the first Austrian - and sadly probably also the last – to hold the World Cup in his hands".

P-TEC supports the cycling professional Wolfgang Dabernig.
Wolfgang Dabernig is an Austrian cyclist and is actively supported by P-TEC. Because of a serious cycling accident, he had a fracture of his 6th and 7th cervical. Due to an immediate surgery and a rehabilitation that lasted for months his state of health could be stabilized insofar as only partial paralysis lasted.

Thanks to his willpower he already restarted training in spring 1995.
His greatest achievement of his career up to now is his success at the Paralympics 2004 in Athens. The 45 years old cyclist sensationally won the silver medal in the combined cycling discipline, consisting or 42 km road races and 5,5 km individuel time trial.

 Current reports / Wolfgang Dabernig

P-TEC supports the triathlete Heike Priess.

Name: Heike Priess / Date of birth: 12. April 1977
Profession: Student of philosophy

Size: 167 cm / Weight: 61 kg / Team: WSV Bad Tölz

Triathlon since: 2000 / Favourite discipline: cycling
Greatest success : Rank 8 of the Quelle Challenge Roth 2005 (1.AK 25) / Minimum time: 10:06:29

11.Rank Ironman Lanzarote (1.Rank AK)
1. Rank Tölzer Triathlon

1.Rank AK 30 Ironman St.Pölten
2.Rank Stadttriathlon München
1.Rank(Bavarian Champion AK 30)

1. Rank Kühbacher Triathlon
17. Rank IRONMAN Switzerland Zürich

8. Rank Quelle Challenge Roth
2. Rank Citytriathlon Erding

 current information about Heike Priess

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