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Schriften der Familie Freudenberg in Weinheim nach alten und neuen Berichten. 3 Bände (vollständige Ausgabe). Band I - Schriften der Familie Freudenberg in Weinheim nach alten und neuen Berichten / Band II - Carl Johann Freudenberg (1819 - 1898) und die Seinen (Briefe und Blätter) / Band III - Hermann Ernst Freudenberg (1856 - 1923). Herausgegeben von Karl Joh. Freudenberg.
Als Manuskript gedruckt / Nicht im Handel, Heidelberg 1969 - Privatdruck. Heidelberg, Als Manuskript gedruckt / Nicht im Handel, 1969 - 1971. Gross - Oktav - Format. Paginierung: Band I - 171 Seiten mit zahlreichen photographischen Abbildungen / Band II - 376 Seiten mit vielen Abbildungen und Tafeln / Band III - 335 Seiten mit vielen Abbildungen und einem gemeinsamen Register fuer alle drei erschienenen Baende. Original Hardcover / Alle Baende in originalem Ganzleder. Very rare complete set of this important and well researched Family History of the Founders of the Freudenberg Group / Guter Gesamtzustand mit vereinzelt staerkeren Stockflecken. Sehr selten ! Noch seltener sind alle drei Baende zusammen verfuegbar ! / Als Zugabe (Festschrift "100 Jahre Carl Freudenberg)). Eine der umfangreichsten Monographien einer Unternehmerfamilie Deutschlands. Stark bebildert und wunderbar recherchiert. / History of the Ancestry of the german Freudenberg Industrial Family. Enthält unter anderem die folgenden Kapitel: Jugend und Lehrzeit / Die Lackleder und die Lage des Geschäftes in 1865 - 1880 von Friedrich Carl Freudenberg / Die Lehrzeit in Weinheim / Erster Aufenthalt in den Vereinigten Staaten (USA) 1874 - 1876 / Die Familien Siegert und de Haen / Haus Babo / Hermannshof / Des Vaters Briefe an Hermann / Briefe und Blätter bis zum Tode der Lisette Martenstein (April 1862) / Briefe bis zu Hermanns Rueckkehr aus Amerika im Maerz 1876 / bis zum Tode der Sophie Freudenberg 1904 etc. etc. Stammtafeln / etc. The Freudenberg Group is a German family-owned diversified group of companies whose products include housewares and cleaning products, automobile parts, textiles, building materials, and telecommunications. Its headquarters are in Weinheim, Baden-Württemberg, and it has production facilities and markets in Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, and the United States. The parent company was founded in 1849 as a producer of leather goods. The company was founded in 1849 by Carl Johann Freudenberg, the son of a wine merchant,[2] and his partner, Heinrich Christoph Heintze; the two took over a tannery at Weinheim. For the next 80 years, the company produced leather products exclusively. Hurt by the worldwide economic depression that began in 1929, and by shortages during World War II, it diversified into seals for motors made first of leather and later of artificial rubber (the Simmerring, named for an engineer called Walther Simmer), which led to fabrics and to cleaning fabrics and tools when it was noted that the company's cleaning ladies were using discarded scraps of the experimental fabrics. Vileda (from German: wie Leder, "like leather") window-cleaning cloths were first marketed in 1948. In the mid-1990s the company reorganized with a "highly decentralized organizational structure": it has 16 divisions or areas of business incorporating 430 independent units. Three-quarters of its business is as a supplier to other companies. In 2004 Freudenberg had employees in 43 countries. Recently it has focused attention on markets in China and Japan; for example, it provided the floor coverings for the Shanghai Metro stations. In 2002 the company closed its last leather tannery, marking the effective end of the leather industry in Germany. However, today Vileda is a market leader in Europe. All German cars contain parts made by another Freudenberg subsidiary, and German-made outdoor clothing contains fibers made by yet another.[4] Almost all major airports have flooring made by another Freudenberg subsidiary. In 2015 the group was a 7,5 billion euro business with more than 40,000 employees, approximately 11,000 in Germany. Revenues rose from 7 billion euros in 2014 to 7.572 billion in 2015. (Wikipedia) _______________ Carl Johann Freudenberg und sein Partner Heinrich C. Heintze übernahmen 1849 eine Gerberei im Müllheimer Tal vor Weinheim. Das Unternehmen wuchs aufgrund des Exports seiner innovativen Produkte wie Lack- und Satinleder in alle Welt. Der Sohn des Unternehmensgründers, Hermann Ernst Freudenberg entwick [Attributes: Hard Cover]
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