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Frese attend Danish Royal Visit to Germany

In May a Danish business delegation of more than 75 companies visited Hamburg and Munich

The event was also attended by the Danish Royal Couple, HRH Crown Prince Frederik and HRH Crown Princess Mary.

Frese provides energy-saving valves for flow, pressure and temperature control within commercial buildings. The head quarters of the family-owned company is based in Denmark with the German subsidiary working for many years in close cooperation with the Danish Embassy.

"We were very pleased to have participated in this networking event," states René Effelsberg, General Manager of Frese GmbH in Aachen. "It was a great opportunity to interact with politicians and companies on the current possibilities in terms of sustainability in building services and we were proud to be the only manufacturer of valves at the event." How energy-saving hydraulic systems work and the benefits they offer, were explained in his lecture "The development of hydraulic heating and cooling systems" on May 19 in Hamburg.

Germany is by far the largest importer of Danish products and solutions. In 2013, Denmark exported goods for more than 100 million DKK to Germany. The focus of the Danish Royal Visit therefore is to further strengthen the business relations between Germany and Denmark as well as the development of new business and export opportunities.

Under the motto "Danish life" it covered the following topics:

During the lectures and seminars provided, commercial Danish and German companies presented their products and technologies.

Information for Danish Royal Visit: www.danishroyalvisit2015.de

Rene Effelsberg and Crown Prince Frederik