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Apprentice training begins at the Hatschek cement plant

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World Cement,

A total of 13 apprentices are currently being trained at the Hatschek cement plant.

Plant management and trainers are looking forward to five new apprentices this year, including three electrical engineers, one chemical laboratory technician and one metal technician. It is particularly noteworthy that Celina Chiara Hofinger is a trainee electrical engineer among the junior staff.

It is also noteworthy that the electrical engineer trainee, Richard Hofer, is not new to the company. He has already successfully trained as a metal technician at the Hatschek cement plant. Then, he decided to do a second apprenticeship, as the two professions complement each other very well. He worked in the mechanical workshop until 01 September.

Plant manager Peter Fürhapter welcomed all young professionals and wished them every success in their professional training.

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