DWA Deutsche Vereinigung für Wasserwirtschaft, Abwasser und Abfall e.V

DWA is a politically and economically independent organization. They are committed to sustainable water management and the promotion of research and development. 

European Distributors of Industrial Supplies

The acronym "EDIS" stands for "European Distributors of Industrial Supplies" and describes an association of technical dealers from various European countries.

EDiS, the European traders cooperation, celebrates its 25th anniversary in 2016. The founding members only had a rough idea of the cooperation at the start. They were bound together with the desire to be able to offer a uniform service to customers across Europe, to exchange knowledge concerning purchasing and to be able to mutually benefit from each other. Today, there are ten dealers from nine European countries that make up EDiS – the “European Distributors of industrial Supplies”.

Deutsche Institut für Kautschuktechnologie e.V.

The German Institute of Rubber Technology (DIK) is one of the worlds leading rubber research and development centres. The DIK is an independent research institution with close cooperation to the Leibniz University Hannover and to the industry.

German Water Partnership e.V.

The German Water Partnership is a network of the German private and public sectors, combining scientific institutions, water-related associations, government and non-government organisations.

Industrie-Club Hannover e.V.

Industrie-Club Hannover e.V. is a economic club in Germany.

Institut der Norddeutschen Wirtschaft e.V. (INW) ​

Institut der Norddeutschen Wirtschaft e.V. (INW) is an institute of companis in northern Germany.

VTH Verband Technischer Handel e.V. ​

Since 1904 VTH is the only professional association for industrial distributors in Germany.

Zukunft Inc.

Serval companies from Region Hanover have joined forces under the agency of "initiative. marktführer. hannover." The goal of the network is to meet demographic change and the shortage of skilled workers together to open new paths in the regional and supraregional acquisition of qualified students and skilled personnel.