Progress-Werk Oberkirch AG: Apprentices from PWO receive multiple awards (news with additional features)

DGAP-News: Progress-Werk Oberkirch AG / Key word(s): Miscellaneous
18.12.2019 / 08:00
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Oberkirch, December 18, 2019 - PWO apprentices have received multiple awards and prizes again this year for their outstanding achievements.

We are very pleased to announce that Mr. Daniel Valiulin has completed his apprenticeship as the best stamping and forming mechanic in Baden-Württemberg as well as the best in Germany. He was also honored with the Klaus Didillon Sponsorship Prize, which is awarded to technical graduates in the metal and electrical industry for special achievements or whose training includes cross-border German-French elements.

Bernd Bartmann, member of the Management Board responsible for administration & finance, which includes human resources, among others, congratulated the award winners on behalf of the entire Management Board and proudly highlighted the high level of commitment shown by PWO's junior staff: "All of our apprentices demonstrate their tremendous level of personal commitment in a variety of ways during their apprenticeships in Oberkirch and time spent internationally at our locations abroad, as well as through their charitable work on a voluntary basis. This is how they support PWO's successful development and make an important contribution to our region's community. I would especially like to thank our trainers for their outstanding support in introducing our junior staff to the demands of work life, showing them their options and providing the best possible paths for their individual development."

Progress-Werk Oberkirch AG
The Management Board

PWO company profile
PWO is a partner to the global automotive industry for the development and production of advanced metal components and subsystems using lightweight construction. The Group has developed a unique knowledge in the forming and joining of metals over the course of its 100-year history since it was founded in 1919. With our expertise in cost-efficient lightweight construction, we contribute to environmentally friendly driving and greater distances.

All of the Group's more than 1,000 products contribute to automotive comfort and safety. More than 90 percent of revenue is independent of the vehicle's type of drivetrain. Approximately 3,300 employees on three continents at five production sites and four assembly plants ensure the highest level of delivery reliability and quality.

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Subtitle: Ulrich Schindler und Daniel Valiulin (v.l.n.r.) / Bild: PWO AG

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