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Hemro US Office Team

Hemro US Office Opens Its Doors to the Public

For the first time, Hemro Group opened its new US office in Seattle, WA to the public on October 1st, celebrating with a beer and slice of pizza in hand.

The new office space is in the historic original Rainier Brewery Bottling Plant building and includes a training lab, product showroom, and demo space for Hemro’s house of brands: Mahlkönig, Ditting, Anfim, and HeyCafé.

Our US team, led by North American Sales Director, Samuel Grant, handles sales and marketing, customer service and after-sales, product management, training support, e-commerce operations and fulfillment.

hemro us office team

Pictured from left to right:

Kasey Baker | Customer Service Manager; Hana Murdock | Customer Service Rep; Sam Grant | Sales Director US & Canada; Gretchen Hackler | Global Digital & Ecommerce Manager; Nelson Icenhower | Product Management US; Rose Shahbaghlian | ECommerce Customer Service (Not pictured) 

 

The highlight of the opening party for most was the chance to win one of three custom  X54 Allround Home Grinders. Thank you to our friends at Pantechnicon Design, they outfitted these grinders with brass and walnut accents for a truly premium and one-of-a-kind home grinder. 

X54 Home grinder raffle winners

In addition to the new US office, we launched the mahlkoenig.us website, shipping across all 50 states from Seattle, WA. The online store showcases the X54 Allround Home  Grinder and its spare parts, now making them directly available to our US customers. You will also find a curated selection of spare parts, burrs, and accessories for our professional grinder portfolio, as well as Mahlkönig merchandise.

 

Introducing our new HEMRO OFFICE based in the heart of Seattle.
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