The traditional summer party for customers and business partners took place for the tenth time in July 2022. A total of 230 guests from several FM Hämmerle business locations in Dornbirn celebrated in the Steinebach area.
Dornbirn. The summer festival of FM Hämmerle Holding AG in Steinebach in Dornbirn has a long tradition: the event for customers and business partners from the Dornbirn area took place in July 2022 for the tenth time. Among those present were Martin Ohneberg, CEO of Henn GmbH & Co KG, Christian Zoll, Managing Director of the Vorarlberg Federation of Industry, Markus Lutz from Gebrüder Ulmer Holding GmbH, Heinz Pfefferkorn from gbd, and Roman Rabitsch, CEO of Angelbird Technologies GmbH. A total of 230 guests from the Steinebach area, but also from the Oberdorf magazine in Kirchgasse, the Sägen site in Sägerstraße and the former industrial building in Gütle celebrated in the best of spirits.
For the first time since the beginning of the Corona pandemic, the invited guests could look forward to a sociable get-together after a break of several years and revive the community. “Our annual summer party is our way of saying thank you to FM Hämmerle customers, our business partners and employees. All guests really appreciate meeting and exchanging ideas in a relaxed atmosphere away from everyday office life. The summer festival is a get-together that strengthens the Steinebächler community. That’s why we’re all the more pleased to be able to revive this tradition,” explains Tobias Forer-Pernthaler, CEO of FM Hämmerle. With the finest grilled goods and salads, the Watzenegg fire brigade provided for the physical well-being of the guests. The musical entertainment was provided by the trio “Ohne Strom”.
Factory in Steinebach – contemporary witness of Vorarlberg’s industrial history
The company, founded in 1836 – originally a pioneer in the Vorarlberg textile industry and today a real estate company – has revitalized several of its own industrial sites in recent years: This includes the historic Steinebach textile factory with historical industrial architecture, which is now commercially rented out.