Rastal honours its jubilarians and celebrates its 100th anniversary
Group photo with jubilarians at the beginning of the anniversary year to celebrate 100 years Rastal.
"100 years Rastal is not an everyday anniversary. Not many family businesses can claim to have lasted for several generations," said Rastal Managing Director Raymond Sahm-Rastal during a celebration in honour of long-standing, deserving employees at Keramikmuseum Höhr-Grenzhausen in December 2018. Employees with 10, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40 and even 40 years of company affiliation were honoured. Sahm-Rastal emphasised: "We have set standards in our industry and are pioneers in many ways. With an innovative spirit and passion, we strive to further expand our position in the market and surpass our quality standards. That is both our aspiration and our promise for the next generation." Sahm-Rastal thanked the jubilarians at an official ceremony and praised their commitment to the company. "It is thanks not least to the employees here in Höhr-Grenzhausen that Rastal is the company it is today. That's why we deliberately held this year's celebration to honour our jubilarians at the beginning of our anniversary year," said the Rastal boss. Rastal was founded by Eugen Sahm, the grandfather of Raymond Sahm-Rastal, in 1919. This is recalled in the special exhibition "100 Years Rastal" from 7 April to 10 June at Keramikmuseum Höhr-Grenzhausen/Germany. www.rastal.com