News March 2019
Occupational field survey in the Schoeller Werk
On 27 March we will be conducting a vocational field survey. All interested schoolchildren are cordially invited to explore our plant and take a look at the various job profiles of our company.
There are still places available to find out more about the following training occupations: Industrial clerk, electronics technician for industrial engineering, industrial mechanic and materials tester. In addition to insights into everyday working life, there is also a factory tour to get to know production.
Ms. Isabel Kampmeier (Tel.: 02482-81-5816 or e-mail: email@example.com) will answer all your questions - she is also responsible for registration. Those who are unable to attend in March have the chance to register online for the occupational field survey on 10 April or 3 July directly via the SFOE portal: www.kreis-euskirchen.bfe-nrw.de.
News February 2019
Trainee trip to Hamburg
From the Hamburg Dungeon to the Elbphilharmonie to the Reeperbahn - this year's trainee trip of Schoeller Werk to Hamburg was a successful experience. For a whole weekend, 31 trainees and four supervisors explored the Hanseatic city and experienced the landmarks up Close.
In addition to a walk through the Speicherstadt, the harbour tour was one of the highlights: Passing the Elbphilharmonie (Elbe Philharmonic Hall), the tour went through one of Europe's largest seaports and then via the shipyards back ashore, where the group enjoyed a leisurely end to the trip in the world-famous snack bar "Heiße Ecke" (Hot Corner). Finally, the bus driver surprised our trainees with a private city tour before they started their journey home to Hellenthal.
Our trainee trip takes place every three years and serves to strengthen the sense of community among all of the company's trainees. The training offer of Schoeller Werk can be found here on our homepage:
Our personnel department will be happy to answer any questions you may have.
News January 2019
Training and dual studies successfully completed
We are proud to report that our trainees and our dual student have successfully completed their final exams at the Aachen Chamber of Industry and Commerce or their bachelor studies at the European University of Applied Sciences in Brühl.
They completed their training as industrial mechanics, mechatronics engineers, electronics technicians for industrial engineering and a dual course of study in industrial management.
We wish a good start in your professional life and good luck for the future!
Detailed information on training at the Schoeller Werk can be found here on our website:
News Dezember 2018
Energy Scouts from Schoeller Werk take 2nd place
Four of our trainees Maximilian Engel, Jona Lorbach, Vincent Floß and Tim Gillessen took second place in the medium-sized business initiative Energy Turnaround and Climate Protection of the Aachen Chamber of Industry and Commerce with their final presentation of the project "Tank Optimisation of the Ring Tube Internal Washing, regarding an energy-efficient, economical and process-reliable operation".
The project was then passed on to our production process optimisation department, which will continue to drive the project Forward.
News November 2018
Numerous entrepreneurs visiting Schoeller Werk
"Hello, neighbor!" - under this slogan we recently welcomed numerous entrepreneurs from the region in our premises. In the context of the IHK Aachen event series of the same name, the visitors took a look behind the scenes of our company in a relaxed atmosphere.
During a short lecture by Herbert Frank our Director of Production , the participants were given an overview of the traditional history of Schoeller Werk as well as the numerous application areas of our product range of longitudinally welded stainless steel tubes. Afterwards the visitors went on a short tour through our production halls. The participants were particularly impressed by the precision and diversity of our production. At the concluding "Get-together" there was still enough time for extensive networking and cross-industry exchange. The IHK Aachen has been organizing the industry dialogue in our region since 2014. The aim of the series of events is to contribute to the competitiveness of the regional industry through entrepreneurial Exchange.
News November 2018
Successful completion of apprenticeship/study
We are proud to report that also this summer the trainees and a dual student successfully passed their final examination at the Chamber of Industry and Commerce Aachen or their bachelor studies at the EUFH in Brühl.
We warmly congratulate the trainees on passing their final examination: Leonie Fink (industrial clerk), Simon von Wersch (industrial clerk) and Dominic Burmeister (industrial clerk), David Fingerhut (machine & plant operator) and Tobias Zschiedrich (machine & plant operator). Simon von Wersch and David Fingerhut, who completed their final examination with the grade "very good", are particularly worth mentioning. Both have been invited to the best honour of the IHK Aachen. This year the best honour takes place regionally in the district Euskirchen in the Thomas-Eßer-Berufskolleg. The former trainees are now employed in the fields of order management, materials management and production.
We would also like to congratulate Marcel Grommes, who has successfully completed his dual studies as an industrial engineer with the title "Bachelor of Science". He has been employed in sales since April 2018.
We wish all of you a good start to your professional life and good luck for the future!
News October 2018
"Night of Training" at Schoeller Werk
Attracting young people from the region to our company is an important success factor for the Schoeller Werk. A total of 20 young people visited us together with their parents during the night of training organized by the Schleiden secondary school.
After a brief introduction to the company and our profession, our guests went on a tour of the training facilities. In the training workshop the visitors could get an idea of the possible future job. Our products were of particular interest to the students: The Schoeller Werks longitudinally welded stainless steel tubes are used in numerous industries such as the automotive industry, oil and gas production and refrigeration and air conditioning. Afterwards there was still enough time for personal discussions and questions. This gave the students numerous insights into our professional fields, career opportunities and our corporate culture.
All information about training at the Schoeller Werk can be found here on our website at:
News September 2018
Start of training at Schoeller Werk
Also this year, Schoeller Werk welcomes a total of 11 new apprentices to 1. September, 2018. In the commercial area, Maximilian Goertz from Dahlem and Philipp Nickel from Monschau have started training as industrial clerks. We welcome Kai Heimerich from Hellenthal as a dual student in industrial engineering.
In the technical field Maurice Monschau from Schleiden, Nico Pütz and Jens Knebel from Kall as well as Annchristin Ludwig from Hellenthal started their training as industrial mechanics. Mike Vellen from Kall, Lukas Bons from Nettersheim and Kilian Wetschorek from Schleiden are trained as electronic technicians for industrial engineering. Patrick Klein from Kall also started training as a machine and plant operator.
The first week of training began with small introductory events to get to know the basics of the training relationship at Schoeller Wek. There was also a factory tour to give first insights into the production. In addition, the apprentices also got to know their deployment department, such as the apprentices at the B8 workshop and the finance, sales and dispatch departments.
We wish all trainees every success in their training or dual studies!
News August 2018
Schoeller Werk in the trade press
“Production" has taken up our current press release and reports on its website about Herbert Frank, our Director of Production, Maintenance and Tool Management. Click here for the article:
News July 2018
Trade Portal reports on new developments from the Schoeller Werk
The trade portal marketSTEEL is currently publishing a detailed report on the Schoeller Werk. In an interview our Sales Director Roland Mertens talked with the Editor in Chief Dagmar Dieterle-Witte about the new developments in the Schoeller Werk, future market requirements and digitalisation in the manufacturing industry.
The focus here, among other things, was on our new products in the automotive sector using lean duplex materials and austenitic chrome-nickel steels. He also talked about the expansion of our production capacities in the energy sector with investment in state-of-the-art wire drawing systems. The trade journalist showed particular interest in the new material VDM Alloy 31Plus that we process for various areas of application in the chemical industry.
You can find the whole interview at the following internet address: http://www.marketsteel.de/news/kommentare/kommentare-details/tradition-und-innovation-aus-der-eifel-5387.html. We hope you enjoy reading it!
News June 2018
European Energy Manager - Best on course come from the Schoeller Werk
In times of continually rising energy costs, we are equipping ourselves for the future: B. Eng. Marian Jansen and HSE Manager M. Eng. Martin Weber have completed their advanced training as European Energy Manager (IHK) as the best on the course.
With this qualification, our experts have once more extended their comprehensive energy competence. Our aim is the continuous identification of energy optimisation potentials in the Schoeller Werk. With process heat and compressed air, for example, we can exploit our potential for savings and increase our energy efficiency. A central task of our two Energy Managers is the establishment of a professional energy management system in accordance with ISO 50001. The savings in energy costs achieved in this way will directly boost our competitive position as one of the leading manufacturers of longitudinally welded stainless steel tubes.
News March 2018
Girls`Day at Schoeller Werk
The next Girls' Day is taking place on 26 April 2018 – and we're taking part once more. All interested school girls in the area are warmly invited to leave the classroom for a day and see what it's like in the production units and factory buildings at Schoeller Werk. As well as giving exciting insights into the world of longitudinally welded stainless steel tubes, we shall also be offering a guided tour through the company's Hellenthal site.
There will naturally also be an emphasis on the various job profiles. The girls will take a look at the daily routine of a material tester or industrial mechanic and get to know the tasks performed by an electronics engineer for operations technology, directly in the practical setting with expert instruction. What is a typical working day like? What training opportunities are available at Schoeller Werk? And what do stainless steel tubes from Hellenthal have to do with cars? Our employees will be happy to answer these questions and any others covering all aspects of starting work.
The Girls' Day is the world's largest career guidance project for school girls, providing an opportunity for girls from year 5 to take a look at training chances for skilled occupations in the technical and scientific disciplines. We think this is a good thing and are glad to support it. After all, we are constantly on the look-out for interested, motivated girls who would like to start their careers with Schoeller Werk.
News March 2018
Schoeller Werk congratulates apprentices
One of the secrets to the success of Schoeller Werk is the company's policy of ensuring that it trains up its next generation of qualified workers.
Armin Dederichs, Julian Hörnchen and Tobias Esser have successfully completed their apprenticeships at Schoeller Werk as electronic technicians for industrial engineering. Moritz Reder, Maximilian Zeleny and Svenja Schmitz are now fully qualified industrial mechanics. And we also congratulate Tom May and Niklas Swoboda on the test piece ("journeyman's piece") they produced to complete their training as mechatronic technicians. Throughout their entire apprenticeships, the youngsters could rely on mentoring and support in word and deed from qualified instructors and skilled workers. All apprentices have found permanent employment at Schoeller Werk and will now be deployed in the departments responsible for pipe pulling, maintenance, building management and logistics.
We are also looking for apprentices and trainees for technical and commercial jobs for the coming year. All corresponding information can be found here [Link ergänzen: https://www.schoellerwerk.de/de/ausbildung-duales-studium.html]
News February 2018
Schoeller Werk connected to the fibre-optic Network
Big data, Internet of Things or cloud computing: the increasing connectivity and digitisation of business processes over and beyond a company's own individual boundaries with corresponding growth in broadband demand requires an efficient, modern, scalable connection to the outside world. We have therefore decided to invest in a forward-looking solution. Following several months for carrying out the necessary construction work and obtaining approval from the authorities and from Deutsche Bahn, we have now achieved our objective: we are one of the first industrial companies in the region to have a state-of-the-art, synchronous connection to the fibre-optic network with broadband ratings of up to several gigabit for both uploads and downloads.
By 2020, more than 50 billion devices will be connected worldwide in the Internet of Things. There will be far more integrative collaboration between customers, suppliers and producers, with the emergence of new business models and competitive advantages. Modern high-speed internet access is therefore obviously very important for Schoeller Werk. By changing over to the fibre-optic system, we have created the necessary basis for implementing our further planning in the context of digitisation and Industry 4.0. We are now even better able to integrate cloud computing and big data in our business processes. With immediate effect, we now have access to high-speed data transfer with a scalable broadband rating and high availability that grows with the requirements. And so our communication infrastructure has been made ready for tomorrow's world.