Saubermacher Outsourcing celebrates its twentieth anniversary
Services successfully outsourced. Saubermacher’s subsidiary was founded in order to expand the company’s service offering in waste management. Cleaning services in particular represented a logical extension to the added-value chain. Today, Saubermacher Outsourcing moves around 60,000 tonnes of waste every year, using more than 200 vehicles. The facility services division cleans or disinfects an area of around 5,000 km2 every year. Hans Roth, founder of Saubermacher, offers his congratulations: ‘I am proud of how the company has evolved. We receive excellent feedback from our customers. We have many employees who have been with us for years, or even from the beginning, and have made a huge contribution to the company’s success. I offer my congratulations on this wonderful anniversary!’
Long-term loyalty. As part of the anniversary celebrations, Saubermacher Outsourcing would like to give thanks to its companions, which include around ten companies in the automotive industry, trade and transport industry, who have been loyal business partners for twenty years. ‘We have a successful relationship with our long-standing existing customers, which we greatly appreciate and are very thankful for. Huge thanks also to our employees in Austria, Slovenia, the Czech Republic and Slovakia. They are committed and truly professional. Jointly, we have big plans for the future,’ stress Daniel Ramminger and Matej Blazic, managing directors at Saubermacher Outsourcing.
Continuing expansion. In addition to the company’s teams, innovative services, the use of high-tech equipment and web applications and apps have been absolutely key to success. The newest division, hygiene services, has struck a strong chord with the market thanks to the coronavirus pandemic. Future plans include further expansion of logistics services, especially in warehouse management and production logistics. A further focus is on expanding growth in international markets.
Saubermacher AG is an international disposal and recycling company based in Feldkirchen, near Graz. The family company was founded in 1979 by Hans and Margret Roth and is a com-petent partner for approx. 1600 municipalities and over 42,000 businesses. The company em-ploys some 3,290 employees in Austria, Germany, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovenia, Croatia, France and the UAE. Saubermacher is the most sustainable waste disposal company in the world. In the sustainability assessment by GRESB, in 2020the environmental pioneer was awarded a sensational first place for the third time. Further information can be found at www.saubermacher.at
About Saubermacher Outsourcing
The company was founded in 2001 as a 100% subsidiary of Saubermacher Dienstleistungs AG to relieve companies of ancillary tasks so that they can concentrate on their core compe-tences. The parent company has more than 40 years of experience in successfully supporting businesses in its DNA. Its business areas include facility services, hygiene services, logistics services and waste services. Regular certifications and audits are a fixed component of the company’s business success. Saubermacher Outsourcing is certified in accordance with ISO 9001, ISO 14001, EMAS-VO and SCC and as a specialist disposal company and master en-terprise.
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