|Markus Frank, city councillor and Lothar Schmidt, owner of Sinn Spezialuhren, open the new headquarters|
|Justin Geschwill, trainee watchmaker, Markus Frank, city councillor, Lothar Schmidt, owner of Sinn Spezialuhren, Sandra Wenzel, trainee watchmaker, during the opening ceremony|
In addition to the production of high-quality timepieces, the location in Sossenheim will be focused on direct sales from a dedicated showroom, as well as customer service tasks.
The increase in usable space will mean larger assembly and production areas for Sinn Spezialuhren at the new location. Besides offering ample parking for customers, the new headquarters are also extremely easy to reach, both by car and public transport.
Sinn Spezialuhren was based in Frankfurt-Rödelheim for more than 30 years. As a result of the move, the company will be vacating its long-standing location.
About the company
The name Sinn Spezialuhren stands for highly functional mechanical timepieces used by pilots, divers, firefighters, emergency doctors, rescue workers, special units of the German police force such as the GSG 9, Germany’s commando frogman force KSM (Kommando Spezialkräfte der Marine) and the special unit of the German Central Customs Support Group ZUZ (Zentrale Unterstützungsgruppe Zoll). In particular, it is with technologies like DIAPAL, Ar-Dehumidifying Technology, HYDRO, TEGIMENT and Magnetic Field Protection that SINN watches continually show their durability, longevity, quality and precision both in everyday life and in extreme situations. During the development process, SINN Spezialuhren bases the design of its watches firmly on the required functionality.