Heart Beats for Handball: HARTING supports the national team

10 JANUARY 2019

With the Technology Group at the games during the World Cup

The men’s national team of the German Handball Federation (DHB) with the HARTING logo displayed on their pants — Photo: Sascha Klahn/DHB

The men’s German Handball Federation (DHB) national team opens the World Cup on Thursday with their group match against Korea in Berlin (starting at 18:15) – and the HARTING Technology Group is there right from the start. HARTING is an official sponsor and premium partner of the DHB. The World Cup is taking place this year in Germany and Denmark.

The family-owned company from Espelkamp strives to energetically support the team so that the handball fairy tale of 2007 can happen again. “HARTING and handball have gone together for many years – because our heart beats for this sport,” says CEO Philip Harting. Harting explains that, as the main sponsor of the GWD Minden team for many years, the Handball World Cup offers a unique opportunity for HARTING to improve global brand recognition.

National team member Steffen Fäth in the friendly against Argentina — Photo: Sascha Klahn/DHB

During the group phase, HARTING is represented on the playing field using a floor adhesive sticker. In the potential main round, this floor sticker will again be clearly visible. HARTING will also be displayed on the LED perimeter board. In addition, the Technology Group may play a 90-second highlight video of the game on its own channels after each Germany game.

HARTING already had a presence at the men’s handball championship in Croatia in early 2018. The Technology Group has also sponsored the preparation of the women’s handball team for the World Cup, which took place in late 2017. Philip Harting and his father Dietmar, who played actively in his early years, are avid handball fans.

HARTING Technology | www.HARTING.com

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

  • We use your personal data ONLY to respond to your comments/requests.
  • To receive responses that are appropriate to your requests, we may transfer your email address and your name to the author of the article.
  • For more information on our Privacy Policy and Personal Data Processing, please visit the page: Privacy Policy (GDPR) & Cookies.
  • If you have any questions or concerns regarding the way we process your personal data, you can contact our Data Protection Officer at: gdpr@esp2000.ro
  • Subscribe to our magazine newsletter