Sponsoring

SONOTEC supports a wide variety of social groups and is committed to people who follow their dreams and provide the company with new impulse.

In our company we continue to develop progressively advancing technologies. For this reason we like to focus our sponsoring on the activities of innovative and creative associations and the support of committed people who consistently pursue their targets.

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Leopoldina Akademie Freundeskreis e.V.

As an innovative technology company it is very important for us to support and promote science. We are proud to share our location of Halle (Saale) with the Leopoldina, the National Academy of Sciences. Founded in 1652, it is one of the oldest and continuously existing science academies in Europe. The Leopoldina processes and publicly represents future topics from a scientific point of view while being independent of political and economic interests.

Being a supporting member of the ”Freundeskreis der Leopoldina“ is very delightful for us.

www.freundeskreis-leopoldina.de


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Hallescher Fußballclub e.V. - football 3. Liga

We have been supporting our local football club here in our town of Halle since 2009. The club has worked tirelessly in order to achieve good sporting performances and over the last few years they have had a measure of success. This sporting co-operation is a 'home game' for SONOTEC because, just like the HFC, our company is committed to our beautiful town of Halle an der Saale.

Several of our employees have supported the club in its quest for success for many more years than we have. With our partnership this sporting connection has now been officially documented.

www.hallescherfc.de


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HALPLUS-Werfertage

The “HALPLUS Werfertage“ have established themselves as a sporting highlight of the Olympic throwing disciplines shot put, discus, hammer and javelin. The community’s family meeting takes place annually in May and is the start of the summer season. SONOTEC supports the Halleschen Werfertage since 2015, a local traditional sports event with a lot of international recognition. Therefore this event fits perfectly to us, because we have the same high standard.

We are very pleased to be admitted to the family of throwers.

www.hallesche-werfertage.de
Contact: Stefan Person (organisation@hallesche-werfertage.de)


Technisches Halloren- und Salinemuseum

The „Technisches Halloren- und Salinemuseum“ shows the century-long salt-panners tradition of Halle (Saale) and produces salt to the present day. In 2010 the “SalineTechnikum” was founded by various institutions and companies at the museum. Their aim is to get children and young people interested in technology. As a member of the “SalineTechnikum” we are part of the museum’s summer academy and exhibit yearly at the MINT-fair for study and work orientation.

Since 2014 our CEO Hans-Joachim Münch has been ambassador of the “SalineTechnikum”.

www.salinemuseum.de


Park Railway "Peißnitzexpress“

In 1960 the "Peißnitzexpress“ was put into operation as Pioneer’s railway of  the former GDR. It has been a favorite leisure destination for families since then. Especially children and young people can contribute in driving and maintenance of the narrow-gauge railway. The railway’s booster club engages itself for the future existence of the “Peißnitzexpress”.

We have been supporting the work of the booster club for some years, for example the journeys on St. Nicholas Day.

www.parkeisenbahn-halle.de


Secondary School “Am Fliederweg“

Students from class 5 to 10 learn at the secondary school “Am Fliederweg“ which is located in the South of Halle (Saale). To realize and maintain various projects the school relies on sponsoring. One project is the work of the students company that won the business plan competition for students “futurego” in 2013. Since 2013 we have been sponsor of the school and support the yearly sponsorship marathon.

We are impressed by the students’ enthusiasm and convinced member of the school’s booster club.

www.freunde-u-foerderer.de

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