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About the company Hundegger Canada Inc. is   the   Canadian   branch   of   the   German   machine   manufacturer   Hans   Hundegger   AG   located   in   Hawangen   /   Germany.   Hundegger   Canada   Inc.   as   Canadian branch   was   founded   in   late   2007   by   Hans   Hundegger   AG   and   Thorsten   Scheithauer   in   order   to   support   Hundegger’s   constantly   growing   group   of   clients   in Canada. Our   company   offers   highly   qualified   service   for   pre-sale   and   after-sale   of   Hundegger   AG   manufactured   machines   for   the   entire   product   line   for   the   German made   manufacturer   that   is   located   in   Hawangen,   Germany.   Hundegger   Canada   Inc.   also   provides   free   phone   and   email   service   for   all   Canadian   clients.   Our in-house warehouse stocks all crucial spare parts and tools to assist our client needs. Hundegger offers Joinery machines Automated component saws 4-Sided automatic planer Panel cutting systems MHM Solid wood wall production line PHE Profiled wood element production line Handling systems Hundegger Canada Inc. strongly believes and promotes the Canadian economy by employing Canadian citizens or permanent residents of Canada. Location Our   Canadian   Office   is   located   in Airdrie, Alberta   approximately   20   kilometers   north   of   the   Calgary   International Airport   and   approximately   60   km   to   the   east   of the famous famous Rocky Mountains. Airdrie   was   first   established   as   a   railway   village   in   1889   during   the   construction   of   the Calgary   and   Edmonton   Railway,   named   for Airdrie, Scotland.   Only railway   buildings   existed   until   1901   when   the   first   farmhouse   and   barn   was   built,   followed   by   a   post   office   and   store   in   that   same   year. Today,   Airdrie   is   a bedroom community and industrial center. Recent   annexation   of   land   by   Airdrie   to   the   south,   coupled   with   recent expansion   of   Calgary's   city   limits   in   July   2007,   have   placed   the   two cities' boundaries within only a few kilometers of each other. Nose    Creek    Park    hosts    the    annual    Airdrie    Festival    of    Lights    in the Christmas season.   Other   annual   festivals   include   the   Canada   Day Parade   and   the   Airdrie   Pro   Rodeo.   Airdrie's   primary   cultural   venues include    the    Nose    Creek    Valley    Museum    and    the    Bert    Church    Live Theater. Airdrie   offers   a   full   slate   of   resident   services,   with   any   services   that   is not   available   in   the   city;   is   easily   obtainable   in   nearby   Calgary. Airdrie   is located   immediately   north   of   the   hamlet   of Balzac,   which   is   the   location of   the   major   regional   shopping   mall CrossIron   Mills,   which   opened   in 2009,    and    its    neighbouring    retail/business    park    development.    In addition,   north   Calgary's   numerous   malls   and   retail   areas   are   quickly accessible   via   Hwy.   2   and   the   extension   of   Calgary's   Métis Trail   into   the Balzac/CrossIron Mills area. Only   1   and   ½   hour   west   of   our   City   is   the   famous   Rocky   Mountains;     Banff,   Canmore,   Lake   Louise   and   numerous   ski   and   hiking   areas   within a few hours drive for great day trips. 
Ab out the  C ompany Hundegger    Canada    Inc.    is    the    Canadian    branch    of    the German     machine     manufacturer     Hans     Hundegger    AG located in Hawangen / Germany. Hundegger   Canada   Inc.   as   Canadian   branch was   founded in    late    2007    by    Hans    Hundegger    AG    and    Thorsten Scheithauer    in    order    to    support    Hundegger’s    constantly growing group of clients in Canada. Our   company   offers   highly   qualified   service   for   pre-sale and   after-sale   of   Hundegger   AG   manufactured   machines for     the     entire     product     line     for     the     German     made manufacturer    that    is    located    in    Hawangen,    Germany. Hundegger    Canada    Inc.    also    provides    free    phone    and email    service    for    all    Canadian    clients.    Our    in-house warehouse   stocks   all   crucial   spare   parts   and   tools   to   assist our client needs. Hundegger o ffe rs • Joinery machines • Automated component saws • 4-Sided automatic planer • Panel cutting systems • MHM Solid wood wall production line • PHE Profiled wood element production line • Handling systems Hundegger   Canada   Inc.   strongly   believes   and   promotes the   Canadian   economy   by   employing   Canadian   citizens   or permanent residents of Canada. L o cation Our     Canadian     Office     is     located     in     Airdrie,     Alberta approximately     20     kilometers     north     of     the     Calgary International Airport   and   approximately   60   km   to   the   east   of the famous famous Rocky Mountains. Airdrie   was   first   established   as   a   railway   village   in   1889 during    the    construction    of    the    Calgary    and    Edmonton Railway,   named   for Airdrie,   Scotland.   Only   railway   buildings existed   until   1901   when   the   first   farmhouse   and   barn   was built,   followed   by   a   post   office   and   store   in   that   same   year. Today,    Airdrie    is    a    bedroom    community    and    industrial center. Recent   annexation   of   land   by   Airdrie   to   the   south,   coupled with   recent   expansion   of   Calgary's   city   limits   in   July   2007, have   placed   the   two   cities'   boundaries   within   only   a   few kilometers of each other. Nose   Creek   Park   hosts   the   annual Airdrie   Festival   of   Lights in   the   Christmas   season.   Other   annual   festivals   include   the Canada   Day   Parade   and   the   Airdrie   Pro   Rodeo.   Airdrie's primary    cultural    venues    include    the    Nose    Creek    Valley Museum and the Bert Church Live Theater. A irdrie    offers    a    full    slate    of    resident    services,    with    any services   that   is   not   available   in   the   city;   is   easily   obtainable in   nearby   Calgary.   Airdrie   is   located   immediately   north   of the   hamlet   of   Balzac,   which   is   the   location   of   the   major regional   shopping   mall   CrossIron   Mills,   which   opened   in 2009,       and       its       neighboring       retail/business       park development. In   addition,   north   Calgary's   numerous   malls   and   retail   areas are    quickly    accessible    via    Hwy.    2    and    the    extension    of Calgary's Métis Trail into the Balzac/CrossIron Mills area. Only   1   and   ½   hour   west   of   our   City   is   the   famous   Rocky Mountains;      Banff,   Canmore,   Lake   Louise   and   numerous ski   and   hiking   areas   within   a   few   hours   drive   for   great   day trips. 
Innovation in timber engineering
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