07.12.2020 Honour for long-term employees in new rooms
Töging, 26.11.2020 – Although the company’s Christmas party had to be cancelled, the mood at Spangler Automation is not clouded.
This year as well long-term employees were honoured for their loyalty and diligence, even though in a small group. Together, the look to the future with new opportunities is an optimistic one.
At Spangler the commitment to constancy has gained enormous importance in the year 2020. For the family-run company the long-term planning has always been more important than short-term success. In a forward-looking way the company invested in good times in future-proof measures. Thus, with the new office and production building another cornerstone was set for the future.
Good cohesion and team-spirit
The protection of the employees is of top priority for Spangler. When realising measures and changes in the previous months, the company could always rely on the solidarity and the sense of responsibility of its employees. The completion of the new building turned out to be a piece of luck. The extended space provides more possibilities to keep distance and for new work routines.
The employees’ loyalty is clearly visible with this year’s honours, which took place in the new rooms. Helmut Weigl was honoured for 35 years with Spangler and Emilie Graspointner for 25 years. 30 years were achieved by Martina Glas, Hubert Rackl and Thomas Neger, whereas Michael Spangler-Lang was honoured for 20 years and Daniel Rengnath for 15 Jahre years. Florian Kastner and Christoph Stephan have been with Spangler for 10 years.
„All in all, the year 2020 ends in a positive mood. Even though we had to do without the Christmas party, the past weeks and months have shown that our employees form a strong and responsible group.“ according to Managing Director Hannelore Spangler-Schäfer.
Next year the family enterprise can commemorate an anniversary itself: Spangler’s 40. birthday.
All Photos: Veronica Valero, Spangler GmbH
SPANGLER Automation employs around 150 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.