Comfortable and modern for the spring
Stiegelmeyer at the Altenpflege trade fair in Hanover
In 2018, the Altenpflege trade fair will open its doors earlier than usual: The leading trade fair for inpatient care will take place from 6 to 8 March in Hanover. The first days of spring are the ideal time to discover Stiegelmeyer’s homelike, modern beds and furniture.
White is currently an important trend. It brings light, freshness and a zest for life to care rooms. Our new “chalk” decor is already very successful and is bound to inspire guests at our elegant trade fair stand. Warm wood tones and bright colours are also in focus. The many decor options for our Venta, Elvido and Soleo care beds integrate just as well into every room as the cosy Softcovers for the Venta.
A large height adjustment range, split safety sides, easy operation – modern care beds offer many possibilities for protecting residents without restricting their freedom. At the same time, they provide relief for the staff. We will show you all the options at the Altenpflege trade fair.
Beds and furniture from Stiegelmeyer are ideal for equipping rehabilitation facilities. The product range covers intensive care hospital beds through to care beds with precise adjustment options and the cosy Carino residential bed. Contract furniture from our wood production facility in Nordhausen, Germany, is tailor-made according to the customers’ ideas and requirements. At the trade fair we will be showing how, with our help, you can create completely furnished rooms in which rehab patients can quickly regain strength and courage.
Hanover is always worth a visit! During the trade fair, the capital of Lower Saxony attracts visitors with its shows and exhibitions. “The Blues Brothers Approved” will be appearing, complete with black sunglasses, on 6 March at the Theater am Aegi (Aegidientorplatz 2). And anyone who was taken with Stiegelmeyer’s digital assistance systems at the Altenpflege will undoubtedly enjoy the “Paths to the Smartphone” communication exhibition at the Historisches Museum (Pferdestrasse 6).