The Ambiente 2024, held from January 26th to 30th in Frankfurt under the motto "Celebrating Business Together," was a record-breaking event for the global consumer goods industry. With a ten percent increase, 4,928 exhibitors presented their innovations on over 360,000 square meters of exhibition space.
MAWA has developed an innovative bag holder – practical for both home and on the go. With a non-slip bridge and sturdy hook, it facilitates the organized hanging of handbags and backpacks. Compact and available in black, white, and silver, the MAWA bag holder offers versatile applications with high-quality, German-made craftsmanship, free from toxic softeners.
To mark its 75th anniversary, MAWA organised a photo competition under the motto "Best CLIP wins!". The winners have been announced! The jury praised the creative presentation of metal clips in various everyday situations, from card holders to jewellery holders and practical universal helpers. The diverse entries reflected the innovative strength and passion of the brand.
Mr Jaksche worked at MAWA for over 43 years. Even after retiring, he stayed with the company on the side until May 2023. He remembers working with prisons and the incident with a CNC milling machine that was too large. Although he already misses his work, he is enjoying his retirement in Scheyern with his family.
"...NOT JUST WRITING GREEN, BUT REALLY BEING GREEN, THAT'S WHAT MAWA IS ABOUT," says Mr Gunther Strauß, Purchasing Manager at Bohnacker. The company, based in Blaubeuren, is successfully active in shopfitting and property construction. Bohnacker offers furnishing solutions and products for the retail, catering and other business sectors.
CO2 reduction is becoming increasingly important in our society. The MAWA C-Cycle clothes hanger represents a groundbreaking ecological innovation that is driving this development. In this article you will learn all about the forward-looking features and benefits of this unique product.
MAWA recently launched the "CellFormDesign" project together with the TU Dresden. The aim is to develop environmentally friendly clothes hangers made from natural fibres, supported by the Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture. The project is a response to the increasing demand for sustainable alternatives in the area of everyday objects.