Ecological and economic responsibility18. August 2018
Tyrol – Innsbruck in around 1910
The founding family of Josef Ignaz Dinkhauser and his wife Barbara with their children. In the middle: bookbinder by trade Fritz Dinkhauser.
Businessman Josef Dinkhauser was seldom at rest. He was the second president of the Chamber of Commerce and a member of the National Council. With so many offices and activities, it was up to his wife Luise to run the business.
Gertrud Dinkhauser (later Schäfer) at work. She successfully led the business into the modern age. We recall her fondly as a popular and highly appreciated senior boss.
Dinkhauser Kartonagen in Hall in the early 50s.
The staff at the 125-year anniversary in 1973. R to L 5th in the first row, Gertrud Schäfer, at the end on the right: Helmut Schäfer.
Helmut Schäfer at a trade fair in 2000.
Christmas party 1966. The tradition of honouring colleagues for many years of service to the company at the Christmas party continues to this day.
Paul and Katharina Schäfer in 2017.
A colourful crowd: by 2003, the Dinkhauser team had undergone serious growth. In 2017, some 300 people from 18 countries were working at Dinkhauser Kartonagen and the Aristos printing centre in Hall.
Newspaper articles on the name-giving ceremony. Since 2000, our address has been Josef-Dinkhauser-Strasse 1 in Hall in Tirol.
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