BUTTING: an addition to the BUTTING staff family

On the 1st of August, a total of 49 apprentices began their training at BUTTING on two sites in Germany. In Knesebeck alone, 34 trainees set out on the path into professional life with the stainless steel manufacturer, in ten different careers. From systems mechanics and precision mechanics through technical product designers and material testers to dual bachelor courses, BUTTING offers a wide range of training opportunities.

At the start of the training last Friday, BUTTING organised a welcome event in Knesebeck for the apprentices and their parents. It is a tradition for management, represented this year by Markus Bartsch, to welcome the new employees, the trainers responsible for them, some teachers from the vocational school and the guests. He explained the company's philosophy and welcomed the apprentices to the family business: "We put every effort into enabling our apprentices to have good training." During the subsequent tour of the premises, the new "family members" were able to gain a first impression of the site and the individual production departments. After a snack and a brief round of introductions, the apprentices were given the first opportunity to get to know one another.

This aim was also the focus of the following days: from Monday the apprentices continued with the so-called Team Week. During this time, the new employees are supposed to get to know one another and find out more about the company. In-house training sessions take place for this purpose, talks are prepared in groups and then presented. The apprentices also discover the individual company departments as part of a company rally.

At its Brandenburg location in Schwedt on the Oder, BUTTING offers 15 apprentices their chance to enter professional life in 4 different careers.

Markus Bartsch adds: "We wish all our new apprentices a good start and successful training. With this training we aim to ensure that we will continue to inspire our customers with our collective top-quality performance in the future."

BUTTING – Progress by Tradition