Promotion of young talents & clubs
Is it really true that athletic people have more success in their work? Studies show that regular exercise makes us more effective because it increases our discipline, ambition and general well-being. For this reason, we thought, “Why not pass this success onto other people?” – and make a commitment to local and regional athletes and associations..
Sponsorship of the football club FSV 1912 Dorheim e.V..
For the 2019/2020 season we are the main sponsor of the regional football club FSV 1912 Dorheim e.V.
We look forward to seeing our logo emblazoned on gangs, banners and the chest of the B-Leaguers for the next three years and being the name bearer of the “TEKO Kältetechnik Arena” – this is how the municipal sports ground Dorheim is referred to internally by FSV Dorheim.
Dorheim is only about 20 km from our head office in Altenstadt. Therefore, it is logical, in the truest sense of the word, that we support this regional club. FSV looks back on over 100 years of club history and, with over 300 members, represents a strong and active team with many young members.
Through our engagement in the club, we hope to spark young people’s interest in the refrigeration industry. By promoting young talent and raising the level of awareness of our industry, we want to gradually counteract the shortage of skilled workers.
Sponsorship Niklas Bingel – Cycle racing
Since the summer of 2019, we have been committed to the young cycle racing talent, Niklas Bingel.
Niklas Bingel was born on the 31st of March 2003 and lives in Dornholzhausen, Rhineland-Palatinate. Since 2012 he has been a member of the RSV Oranien Nassau. He is active there in the disciplines of road racing and mountain biking (MTB). Since 2015, he has also been a member of the Rhineland-Palatinate State Squad (RLP).
Niklas is trained by his father Michael Bingel. The latter was active in cycling for many years and passed this passion on to his sons.
At 16, Niklas is still growing. In other words, he needs a new bike for MTB and road racing every year. His ambition and his great performance enthused us, and we therefore decided to give him a new MTB bike for the current season.
Competitive sports require a high degree of discipline – along with his internship as a vehicle mechatronics engineer, this is not an easy task. Training follows a strict schedule at least three times a week and races are held every Sunday in the summer. In addition, there are the races that he trains for on the roll at home and a two-week preparatory training in Mallorca in the spring. In total we are talking about approximately 7,000 kilometres of training per year. Niklas biked a total of 36 races in 2018.
Niklas is already national champion RLP and his next goal is to win the title of German champion MTB.