Last Saturday, numerous schoolchildren, parents and teachers visited Weiss Technik in Reiskirchen-Lindenstruth to find out more about the company's wide range of training opportunities.
Seven Schunk employees at the Heuchelheim and Wettenberg sites have successfully completed their training to become industrial mechanics.
A total of 70 apprentices and dual students started their careers on August 1 at the Schunk Group's locations in central Hessen.
Executive Board of the Schunk Group will then have three members
Technology group broadens its positioning
Moritz Schepp drives e-Smart for one year
Six THM graduates awarded for achievements in studies and honorary office
Schunk Group supports MINT subjects for the second time with sponsorship award
The opening of the new facilities was attended by the mayor of Helmond, Elly Blanksma van den Heuvel and Dr. Arno Roth, CEO of the Schunk Group.
Schunk employees support Christina Mülich
Technology company to support setting standards for e-mobility
Largest acquisition in company history / Weiss Technik becomes number one for environmental simulation in USA
Pfeiffer Vacuum and Schunk Group encourage young scientific talent
Around 300 students informed themselves about entry opportunities
Peter R. Manolopoulos thanks long-standing employees at Reiskirchen, Balingen and Stuttgart locations
The investment offers mutual opportunities for growth
Technology company celebrates Windhoffest and presents a donation of € 10,000
Schunk Group invests eight million euros in Wettenberg
Schunk Group presents new products at IZB
Schunk invests in graphite production