Wörth – This year, about 90 trainees and dual students will start their careers at the #MercedesBenz Wörth plant. #jurgenhartwig, member of the Board of Management of #Daimler #truck AG responsible for Human Resources and Labour Director, visited the junior staff at the site. The new colleagues had the opportunity to ask #jurgenhartwig questions about the company, his person and his personal career, as well as his duties on the board. In addition, the junior staff showed him what they had learned so far at individual stations during a joint tour of the training workshop.
Jürgen Hartwig, Member of the Board of Management of #Daimler #truck AG responsible for Human Resources and Labor Director: “For us at #Daimler #truck, the #MercedesBenz plant in Wörth plays a central role in the transformation of the commercial vehicle industry towards emission-free driving. This is where the future becomes concretely tangible - in Wörth, for example, our battery-electric #MercedesBenz eActros rolls off the assembly line. Today I am pleased to be able to welcome so many young #people as new employees. The young talents with their creative minds and strong ideas have the direct opportunity to shape the mobility of tomorrow.”
The plant is training a total of 350 young #people across all years. The #MercedesBenz Wörth plant offers vocational training in nine trades (six technical and three commercial) as well as in seven dual courses. Vocational training courses are offered for electronics technicians for automation technology, specialists for warehouse logistics, production mechanics, industrial mechanics, clerks for office management, clerks for digitization technology, motor vehicle mechatronics technicians for commercial vehicle technology, motor vehicle mechatronics technicians for system and High-voltage technology and process mechanic for coating technology. In addition, there are dual courses of study: Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration - Digital Business Management, Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration - Industry, Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical Engineering, Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering, Bachelor of Engineering in Mechatronics, Bachelor of Engineering in Industrial Engineering and Bachelor of Science in Business Informatics.
In addition, #Daimler #truck offers a large number of student internships for students as well as internships or theses for students. While the new vocational training yeas has just started, the application process for 2023 is already underway at all German sites: Interested students can find more information and apply at www.Daimlertruck.com/karriere/schueler/. #Daimler #truck expressly welcomes applications from young #people with disabilities. The company sees diversity as an opportunity and consciously focuses on the diversity of employees.
About the #MercedesBenz plant Wörth
The largest #truck assembly plant of #MercedesBenz Trucks in Wörth am Rhein was founded in 1963 and produces the #MercedesBenz trucks Arocs, Atego - and for more than 20 years the world's most successful heavy-duty #truck Actros. The #MercedesBenz Special Trucks Econic, Unimog and Zetros are also built here. Series production of the battery-electric #MercedesBenz eActros started in 2021, followed by the second series-production electric #truck, the #MercedesBenz eEconic, in 2022. Customers in over 150 countries appreciate the "Quality made in Wörth". The location on the Rhine is the competence center for #MercedesBenz trucks in the global production network. In addition, the #MercedesBenz plant in Wörth has over 50 years of experience in CKD production (Completely Knocked Down) and supplies vehicle assembly kits to numerous overseas markets for on-site final assembly - to date more than 750,000 kits. With around 10,000 employees, the #MercedesBenz plant in Wörth is the second largest employer in Rhineland-Palatinate.