Towards the end of the 19th century, locksmith master Jakob Haller began building iron constructions. At that time this was still taking place in the workshop in the residential building. If there was not enough space, the street was also used. In 1924 a modern and large ironworks was built. Engineer Hans Haller took over the business until the 1960s. Until 2015 Dipl.-Ing. Hans Walter Haller continuously expanded the company. In 1995 the portfolio was expanded with roofing and wall facades. Since 2014 Haller & Gabele Dachtechnik has complemented the Haller Group and works hand in hand with steel and metal construction. The medium-sized company has 150 employees at four different locations and specialises in industrial and commercial buildings.
// Open and at eye level - in search of dialogue
Haller customers appreciate the craftsmanship and quality. Eight times a year Haller offers guided tours through the production factory to get to know the craftsmanship of steel construction. Pupils, students, customers and other interested parties also ask for guided tours. A guided tour can last up to 1.5 hours and leads exclusively through production. Above all the background noise was the decisive reason to buy a tour guide system, because at some point the voice becomes weak. In 2016, Haller opted for the TOM-Audio TG-100 tour guide system.
We get along well with it, the handling and the operation are simple.
Says Sabrina Braun, responsible for personnel administration and "user" of the tour guide system. "We get along well with it, the handling and the operation are simple." The feedback from the guests is also positive, as one receiver has only three operating elements. Now a larger group can be guided through the production without damaging the guide's voice.
We are pleased that we were able to offer Haller Industrial Building good and practicable solution and wish them lots of fun in the future.
The tour guide system is mainly used for school groups, as it is not always easy to keep young children together as a group. "Of course, the pupils find it fun to try out the dialogue function. But it is simply switched off," says Sandra Weber with a wink. Teachers are also eager for their students to ask as many questions as possible, so the dialogue function is not only helpful for students. Visitors also like the possibility of connecting their own headphones.
Since the construction site will cause noise in the coming years, this tour guide system was the right decision.
We are pleased that our tour guide system is also used in such rather unusual places and wish you lots of fun in the future.