Energy-saving specialist ONI now a "world market leader"
[Photo: Deutsche Standards Editionen / pjk-atelier --- Delighted by the award: (from the left) Professor Dr. Bernd Venohr, Wolfgang Oehm with his wife Christa and Dr. Florian Langenscheidt.]
Lindlar – Lindlar company is specially honoured and has now been included in the "Lexicon of world market leaders".
The firm of ONI-Wärmetrafo from Lindlar has been collecting prizes and awards in national and international competitions for several years now. Their juries repeatedly commended the fields of innovative strength, corporate success, forward-looking approach, customer satisfaction, training young people and the very varied social commitment.
[Photo: private ---The world market leader
medal is the latest award on show at the
company headquarters in Lindlar.]
But now this medium-sized and technically-oriented trend-setter for all things to do with energy optimisation has been specially honoured. Professor Dr. Bernd Venohr and Dr. Florian Langenscheid, the two editors of the "Lexicon of German world market leaders", as well as a high-calibre jury rated ONI's service profile as so outstanding in the world that their inclusion in the reissued lexicon was suggested, something that obviously delighted the ONI- boss Wolfgang Oehm.
"This kind of esteem is like a knighthood for us and a further important milestone in our company's history. The entry in the lexicon is the result of not just a short-term rating but rather of a company performance that has been provided for many years by all of our employees, of which we are all very proud," says Wolfgang Oehm, who founded the company more than 30 years ago.
On the occasion of the book launch in Schwäbisch Hall, Oehm received the world leader medal from the hands of the two editors. Dr. Langenscheid took this opportunity to again emphasise that although the term "world market leader" spontaneously conjures up the idea of big global conglomerates, the majority of German companies who are leaders on the world market are in fact medium-sized. They include highly-specialised problem solvers whose names are often unknown to the general public. These firms pursue a very distinct management approach that has little to do with short-term "successes" and short-dated financial goals.
Quelle: Oberberg Aktuell