Trainees of Diehl Metal Applications gild the keys of the visitors at traineeship fairs and thus create a unique souvenir.
Diehl Metal Applications presented itself as an attractive employer in the Berlin-Brandenburg area at the traineeship fair OSZ in Teltow and introduced its various training and entry opportunities. As a special highlight trainees gilded the keys of the visitors live on our booth and gave a small insight to the professions as galvanizer. A small galvanic production line was set up for the live gilding campaign, where the trainees explained the individual treatment steps to the interested visitors and also informed them about the company in general. The campaign quickly moved around among the visitors and ensured long queues and a high visitor run at our booth.
We are very pleased with the numerous contacts we have made with the many young people who are interested in a traineeship or a dual course of studies.
Diehl Metall – as Corporate Division of the Diehl Group founded in 1902 (Sales: 3,108.5 m. Euro, Employees: 15,889) – strengthened its excellent position on the global markets in the last few decades. The international technologie manufacturer is headquartered in Röthenbach a d Pegnitz near Nürnberg. Diehl Metall has 15 locations in Europe, Asia, South America and the USA.
Diehl Metall Messing produces rods, tubes and profiles made of over 60 different alloys delivering the products above all to customers from the heating and sanitary-equipment industry as well as from the automotive, electrical engineering and electronics industries.
Diehl Metall Schmiedetechnik produces drop-forged parts. As successful partner of the automotive industry the company is world-leading in the production of the synchronizer rings. The product portfolio comprises brass and steel synchronizer rings. Both are available with innovative friction layers.
Diehl Metal Applications (DMA) provides customized development, production and marketing if highly technical products across the entire supply chain: from copper-alloyed strip and wire, highly complex stamped parts, including Schempp+Decker Press-Fit Zones, highly selective surface finishing as well as the plating of 3D parts to metal-plastic compound systems.