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Our two fosterlings from the SOS vocational training centre Nuremberg have passed their final examination. We warmly congratulate them!
Perhaps many more companies and individuals would donate money to charitable institutions if they knew who precisely was going to benefit from the money, and above all, what effect it would have. The two freshly qualified painter and decorator craftsmen, Dominik Hofmann and Kevin Männecke, are a s
Our two fosterlings from the SOS vocational training centre Nuremberg have passed their final examination. We warmly congratulate them!
Perhaps many more companies and individuals would donate money to charitable institutions if they knew who precisely was going to benefit from the money, and above all, what effect it would have. The two freshly qualified painter and decorator craftsmen, Dominik Hofmann and Kevin Männecke, are a s
Young people are curious, eager for knowledge and committed. That is why Memmert, as an innovative company, places great value on promoting young professionals. Today, you can read two stories about the lives of our latest staff additions: “Girls’ Day at Memmert” and “Experiential learning near Big Ben and Chinatown”.
Girls' Day at Memmert On Girls’ Day 2013 on April 25, we welcomed three girls to our production site in Büchenbach for one day, so they could get a taste of working life. Of course, especially training jobs that are traditionally dominated by males such as electrical engineer, cutting machine ope
Georg Salbaum, at Memmert since 1964 and most recently in the dispatch department, began his retirement after 46 years at work. If you wanted to have a chat with Georg Salbaum on July 29th, 2010, you almost had to queue up.
The long-serving employee is so popular at Memmert that many of the guests who had come to Büchenbach at the occasion of the opening of the Memmert football ground and the putting into operation of the new punching and bending line wanted to once again wish him all the best for his retiremen
On July 29th, 2010, Memmert officially began operating the most modern punching and bending line in Europe at its Büchenbach factory. With a total of 3 million Euros, this is at the same time one of the largest investments in the company’s history.
Christiane Riefler-Karpa thanks employees “We expect that this line, which is a large investment for us, will run nonstop and meet our high level of expectations for at least twenty years”. This sentence in the speech by managing director Christiane Riefler-Karpa had great significance for every