04. July 2022
HINE at the 23rd SGVC General Assembly
Daniel Rickenbacher, vice president and coordinator of the specialist groups of the Swiss Society of Process and Chemical Engineers (SGVC), and Dr. Christoph Schreiber, head of customer projects at HINE AG, at the aperitif at the 23rd SGVC General Assembly. The general meeting took place at the Dottikon Exclusive Synthesis AG site and was a great opportunity to exchange ideas with colleagues in process and chemical engineering.
HINE AG as an engineering service provider in the field of process technology and planner of process plants appreciates the intensive professional exchange with plant operators and took the opportunity in numerous discussions at the subsequent aperitif of the general meeting. Many thanks to the SGVC for the good organization of the General Assembly and to Dottikon Exclusive Synthesis AG for the interesting guided tour through their production facilities and laboratories as well as the friendly reception.
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