Temporary container city created to help get Metzingen back to normal

POLYGONVATRO have built a temporary branch in order to work on hundreds of assignments in a short time frame.

Germany has been affected by heavy rain and thunderstorms in the last week. In the Reutingen district the streets were flooded and cellars had to be pumped out by the fire department. Due to the scale of the floods, local restoration companies quickly reached their capacity.

In order to help the people in the region as quickly as possible, POLYGONVATRO decided to build a temporary container in the city of Metzingen. With over 40 employees and drying equipment, POLYGONVATRO was on-site to handle countless damages within just 4 days. In addition to project managers and service technicians, employees from sales also supported the operational team.

To be able to manage this huge project with combined forces, the logistic center in Olpe provided 4 trucks with all the necessary equipment. The temporary emergency branch consisted of, among other things, team containers, sanitary facilities, and office space for better coordination of operations.

Andreas Weber, Country President of POLYGONVATRO, is part of the operations management team in Metzingen.

“It´s impressive to see POLYGONVATRO coming together during difficult circumstances. I would like to thank all employees who volunteered to help from all parts of Germany, day and night and even over the weekend. This is only possible thanks to the strong solidarity and commitment of the Polygon family. I am very proud that, despite the current high order situation, we were able to get this container city up and running together. Our customers can always rely on one thing: We are always by your side", says Andreas Weber, Country President of POLYGONVATRO.

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