Everywhere one hears the complaint about too little qualified personnel in the mechanical engineering industry. Skilled workers are in short supply on the labour market and a company has to offer graduates something to keep up with the rivalry. In addition to an attractive salary, there are other things that count: a pleasant working atmosphere, friendly colleagues, opportunities for further training, a nice place to work and, of course, a great product. Like a RAPTOR, for example, or mulchers that can be mounted on the carrier vehicle with a single click, or a special tool series developed in-house. But these are only some of the reasons why PRINOTH Herdwangen is slowly developing into an insider tip for demanding job starters and the company on Lake Constance can hardly save itself from visitors!
It is the budding engineers and business economists who make the international company particularly attractive. At the beginning of May, 12 prospective IHK business economists visited PRINOTH GmbH and gained an exciting insight into the practice. The participants were particularly interested in the production processes.
17 prospective agricultural technicians from the University of Hohenheim were also recently invited to Herdwangen. The areas of metal processing, assembly of carrier vehicles and attachments as well as logistics were inspected. During the tour of the plant, all production steps up to the delivery of the end products were explained in detail. The crowning finale of the factory tour was the live use of a RAPTOR - even with a test drive!
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