25.09.2018 SPANGLER Career Evening
SPANGLER Career Evening
Addressing potential qualified employees – this was the aim of SPANGLER Automation. At the career evening on Tuesday the automation specialists presented the advantages of a middle-sized family-run company.
The event titled “Career Evening” took place in Töging for the first time. The company invited the guests under the appealing theme “Walk of Career”. The style of Hollywood could be clearly noticed in the whole building. SPANGLER offered, for example, a tour with printed stars on the floor, popcorn and cocktails. “Today we are looking for our stars of tomorrow,” Managing Director Hannelore Spangler explained the motto with a wink.
There was a lot to offer for the guests. At 19 stations the interested visitors could look over the shoulder of SPANGLER employees, get to know their everyday working life and even try the tasks themselves. Among other things, there was a mounting workplace which demonstrated future possibilities in manufacturing by using 3D augmented reality glasses. At the other stations the metal and electronics industries showed their full potential. Furthermore, a truck presented vocational training possibilities, the Chamber of Crafts informed about further training in craft and SPANGLER trainees informed about the apprenticeship while SPANGLER programmers answered many questions on machine and plant automation of interested visitors.
Presentation of the company
Besides the individual departments, Managing Director Tina Lambert also mentioned in her presentation the comprehensive services the company offers its employees. The visitors were particularly interested in the last slides of the presentation on which Lambert talked about latest information about the new building of SPANGLER. The numerous guests visiting the SPANGLER Career Evening had an entertaining and informative time there.
SPANGLER Automation employs around 140 people at its headquarters in Töging in the Altmühl valley and has been a reliable partner of the national and international mechanical and plant engineering for more than 35 years.
More than half of the plants produced are exported worldwide.
The medium-sized family-run company plans and engineers plant automation, programs the control technology and manufactures switch and control systems for various sectors such as environmental technology, agricultural economy, building industry, food industry, automobile industry, raw materials industry as well as renewable energies.
Moreover, SPANGLER carries out the start-up and the after-sales service of the plants.