Guillaume accompanied by the Minister of Family and Integration, went to the night center of La Wanteraktioun, which welcomes between 120 and 150 homeless people daily during the very cold months. HGD received explanations on the central role of the association in management and coordination emergency structures in Luxembourg, like Wanteraktioun, with the aim of helping the most disadvantaged people.
Subsequently, Guillaume visited the Findel refuge, inaugurated in December 2019, which offers homeless people a roof for a warm night, meals, a washing service as well as ancillary activities. He met the staff and volunteers who work on the site and helped to distribute meals. Guillaume talked with the homeless people about their experiences and their difficulties encountered on a daily basis.https://monarchie.lu/fr/a...nuit-wanteraktioun-findelJanuary 25
Guillaume received in audience Mr. Georges Santer, President, Mrs. Corinna Niemeyer, musical director and conductor and Mr. Claude Origer, member of the Board of Directors representing the musicians of the Chamber Orchestra of Luxembourg (OCL). Passionate about classical music, the Prince has been the High Patronage of the OCL since 2013.
The audience introduced Guillaume to the new president and the new musical director of the OCL.
Despite the challenges generated by the crisis, the representatives are optimistic and approach 2021 with new artistic projects while continuing to pay particular attention to the work of awareness and education of young people in instrumental practice.https://monarchie.lu/fr/a...re-chambre-luxembourg-oclJanuary 27
Guillaume received in audience the new President of the Federation of Young Business Leaders (FJD), Mr. Laurent Decker. https://monarchie.lu/fr/a...irigeants-dentreprise-fjdJanuary 28
Guillaume, accompanied by the Minister of the Economy, went to Hosingen to visit the Luxembourg company B Medical Systems, manufacturer of medical equipment since 1979 and world leader in the field of storage and transport of vaccines.
During the pandemic, the Luxembourg company faced an upsurge in global demand for their products from governments and healthcare and health organizations. The launch of the vaccine campaigns quickly highlighted the specific storage constraints to which the firm's ultra-low temperature freezers meet.
This unprecedented request led the company to adapt its production chain. To meet increased demand, the construction of a new production hall was initiated during the visit and will significantly increase the output of the plant. The signing of this extension project, co-financed by the Ministry of the Economy, is part of the government's assistance program aimed at stimulating investments in times of COVID-19.https://monarchie.lu/fr/a...rgeoise-b-medical-systemsJanuary 29
Guillaume, accompanied by the Director of the Luxembourg Chamber of Trades, visited Poeckes Construction where he discussed the current economic situation of the construction sector at Luxembourg with the company representatives.https://www.poeckes.lu/vi...heritier-de-luxembourg-2/