H+H SYSTEM celebrates 50 years

20 October 2023 marked the 50th anniversary of the birth of the H+H divider system. This laid the foundation for H+H SYSTEM in 1973.

 

The family business celebrated its 50th anniversary on 20 October with an open day and a party at its premises in Strobl. The event was accompanied by festive speeches, including words from CEO Heimo Hrovat and Delegate  Prof. Dr Josef Schöchl as well as , Economic Chamber Division Manager Johann Höflmaier and Josef Weikinger, Mayor of Strobl am Wolfgangsee.

The success story of H+H SYSTEM began with the invention of the first divider by the two pharmacists Horst and Heimo Hrovat Sr. This innovative dividing and storage system has proven its worth in the healthcare sector for many years. Over the years, the range has been continuously expanded and complete organisation systems have been developed. Today, it is no longer a rarity for patients to benefit from an H+H storage system during their stay in hospital.

Today, the product range includes dividers for drawers, refrigerators and shelves, modular systems in ISO and DIN format, medication distribution systems and the flexible shelving system H+H FlexShelf®. H+H SYSTEM places the highest value on quality and durability for all its products. The so-called "flexible sliding divider" can now be found in hospitals, pharmacies, doctors' offices, nursing homes and laboratories all over the world - wherever medicines need to be organised hygienically and clearly.

The organisational systems are exported to over 60 countries from the site in Strobl and the second location in Pittsburgh/USA. Almost 50 people are now employed at the headquarter in Strobl with its own production facilities.

The H+H team would like to thank its customers, partners and employees and looks forward to many more years of growth and cooperation.

 

 

From left to right.: Mayor Josef Weikinger, Economic Chamber Division Manager Johann Höflmaier, Mag.a Bettina Hrovat, Mag. pharm. Heimo Hrovat, Delegate Prof. Dr. Josef Schöchl

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