In the face of coronavirus restrictions, a farm near Hattingen in western Germany is offering people who are craving human contact an alternative: cuddling sheep. Visitors are asked to book in advance, but they are then encouraged to get as close as possible to the shaggy creatures.
Founded in 2008 and headed by Thorsten Podlech, the Hattingen Schadenzentrum is the first branch of the IRS Group to open in North Rhine-Westphalia. It offers comprehensive smart repair and paint work services, as well as bodywork damage repairs on used, hired, accident-damaged and leased vehicles.
The brothers Dennis and Thorsten Podlech manage the company in their third generation and attach great importance to transparent processes and state-of-the-art technology, as well as to customer satisfaction. Their approach makes them a good match for the IRS Group, which also attaches great importance to high-quality standards. For example, the Hattingen branches are characterized by motivated employees, punctual handovers and the highest quality. They achieve this through continuous training and a consistent focus on customer satisfaction. In addition, they invest heavily in modern equipment and tools to ensure the very best results. Steuererklärung Hattingen