Manager Interview A.S.T. Bochum

Every Order is processed…

Today unfortunately there are not many companies capable is satisfying every wish and requirement. The A.S.T. Bochum GmbH in Bochum represents one of these exceptions. tunnel spoke with the 2 chief executives Guido Emanuel and Christian Wieczorek (Fig. 1), who jointly came up with the idea for the company and as they so nicely put it share the “joy and sorrow” of being independent. Accessing the homepage www.astbochum.de provides a number of appealing impressions, which do not really have all that much to do with tunnelling…

How long has the A.S.T. Bochum been in existence and why?

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