The hometown of seca.
It all began with the seca "scale factory" in 1840. In 1904 the company headquarters was moved to its current location in the Hammer Steindamm in the Wandsbek district. seca is still a purely family-run company today, now in its fourth generation. The working environment is described as exceptionally informal. The "open-door" principle applies here, where each of the currently around 160 employees in the Hamburg headquarters is equally important. seca places a great deal of value on open, constructive exchange between its employees for trend-setting developments that set benchmarks. Because innovative ideas can come about in any place at any time. So why not there where it all began?
With over 1.8 million residents, Hamburg is the second biggest city in Germany. The Port of Hamburg with the St. Pauli jetties, also called the "Gateway to the World" of Germany, is a true tourist attraction with more than 8 million guests and is the second largest container transshipment center in Europe after Rotterdam. ...
Semur-en-Auxois is located in a valley between Montbard and Saulieu in the center of the Burgundy region. The River Armançon winds through the tranquil community with approximately 4,200 residents that are considered to be peace-loving and friendly. The successful comedy film Ni vu, ni connu starring Louis de Funès was filmed there in 1958. ...
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Birmingham is centrally located in the heart of England and, after London, is the second-biggest and most popular city in the United Kingdom.
It was first mentioned as a settlement in 1086, but today just under 1.1 million residents live there. Starting in the 15th century Birmingham became the center of the British metalworking and weapon production industry. ...
Los Angeles compact.
Los Angeles was officially founded in September 4, 1781. Today the "city of angels" is home to people from 140 countries with over 100 different religious orientations. California's largest city with 3.8 million residents and the famous "Hollywood" sign is the second largest city in the United States after New York ...
Switzerland's third-largest city after Zurich and Geneva is home to 171,000 residents. The first documented reference to Basel dates back to 237 or 238. At that time there as a Roman military "castrum" that was intended to prevent the invasion of German tribes from the north into the Roman Empire ...
Zhong Guo compact.
Zhong Guo lies approximately 90 kilometers southwest of Shanghai and is one of the six imperial cities of China. Its documented history spans back to 221 B.C. Today the capital city of the Chinese province Zhejiang has over 7 million residents. The explorer Marco Polo is reported to have called Hangzhou as a city "the finest and noblest in the world." ...
Chiba is an industrial Japanese city close to Tokyo. Even if nature plays a rather secondary role here, "Thousand Leaves" is the literal translation of the city's name. A settlement called Chiba located at the site of the current city was first mentioned around 1100 B.C. In 1921 Chiba City was newly founded out of a collection of several settlements. ...
Mexico City compact.
Mexico City is one of the largest cities in Mexico. Around 21 million people live in the metropolis, 18 percent of the entire population. The city was originally founded under the name Tenochtitlán dating back to the year 1325 according to Aztec records when a horde of nomads settled on an island in Lake Texcoco. ...