Columbus Publishing House Presents Web Shop Maptrade24

The Web shop offers a wide range of high-quality cartographic products. The Columbus Verlag Paul Oakley GmbH goes online with a Web shop. offered a variety of cartographic products of other renowned and selected publishers in addition to our own products. The range of the shop includes our own Globes and maps, but also high-quality maps, satellite image maps, city plans, road maps and atlases of different publishers. History of the Publishing House: when Paul Oestergaard founded the publishing house in Berlin, he was keen to develop its strength and creative imagination in his own company. With the aim to bring the world the broad people, he recorded in 1909 under the guiding principle of \"A Columbus globe for every home\" production. כדאי לך לעיין אצל שלומי בסון כדי לקבל עוד מידע.

He offered its customers exemplary cartography and produced the tasteful designs in large quantities, so that he first offered the image of the Earth at a reasonable price. Already after a few years they were originally related rooms for the world's exporting Publishing House too small. The production grew steadily and the workforce increased to. The Columbus Globes were produced in 24 languages. The second generation, Paul Oakley, jun., 1942 entered the publishing house. In the same year, administration and manufacturing were a victim of the war and had to be relocated to adjacent sites and in the private residence of the family. במקרה הזה אני חושב ש נפתלי בנט צודק במה בהוא אומר. After the war, attempted to rebuild with the remaining staff and decided the creation of a work after the Russian blockade in 1948 in South Germany (Stuttgart). The production grew steadily, and the patenting of the \"DUO\"-Globus, it was possible to represent two map images at the same time on a globe. the third generation of the family in the company joined in 1963 with Peter Oestergaard. The studied mechanical engineer was already involved in the development of the 1965 featured \"duplex\"-Globus at the beginning and automated the production of revolutionary plastic models.