Hobart walks away with the ‘highest reputation' accolade

Company receives ‘excellent’ grade from Deutschland Test

The warewashing specialist from Offenburg received the grade ‘Excellent’ in the mechanical engineering category
The warewashing specialist from Offenburg received the grade ‘Excellent’ in the mechanical engineering category

Hobart has walked away with the ‘highest reputation’ award by Deutschland Test, according to a statement.

Hobart, a ‘warewashing’ equipment company, received the special distinction ‘Highest Reputation survey, carried out by Deutschland Test and economics magazine Focus Money.

The warewashing specialist from Offenburg received the grade ‘Excellent’ in the mechanical engineering category.

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From March 2018 to February 2019, the IMWF "Institut für Management- und Wirtschaftsforschung" (Institute for Management and Business Research) conducted a survey of the 5,000 largest companies from more than 150 fields of industries in Germany.

Approximately 18 million responses from digital media relating to the reputation factors ‘performance through sustainability’, ‘management performance’, ‘employer performance’, ‘economic performance’ and ‘product and service performance’ were recorded and evaluated.

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