At Nuremberg, KSG celebrated its 50th birthday with a function which was attended by 40 international guests, including many of the company’s customers.
The British company which exports to almost 40 countries hosted guests from Germany Russia and France at the Heilig Geist restaurant. A table magician also entertained diners with card and magic tricks.
Founder of KSG Stuart Marcus thanked guests for attending and stated that the company islooking forward to the next 50 years.
Barry Robson from Wizard Ltd commented: “Stuart truly loves what he does. What I like about KSG is the continual innovation, sticking for 50 years to their specialist area of craft.”
KSG invest in British-made products, manufactured with their own machinery on their own freehold premises. Robson believes it has given much-needed valuable employment to the local community, with continual great success and all financial reward being ploughed back into the company to fuel future growth and product development.
He finished: “It’s been a recipe for success. That’s why we are here this evening.”