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Information evening attracts 101 people: How Pollmann apprentices pursue successful careers all over the world.

Pollmann, an automotive supplier with headquarters in Karlstein and locations world-wide, is looking for eleven new apprentices to start in September. Applications will still be accepted until early March.

Karlstein, 2.7.2020. The response was overwhelming. On January 30, automotive supplier Pollmann from Karlstein invited young people and their parents to an apprentice information evening.  101 people from the region attended including 46 who were interested in apprenticeships. Pollmann plans to accept eleven new apprentices in seven apprenticeship-based occupations to start in September.


Maximilian Haitzer with colleague Kevin Peng

Having completed a Plastics Engineering apprenticeship, Maximilian Haitzer is off to a flying start in China

Successful apprenticeship graduates at Pollmann have the opportunity to work at one of the company’s international locations. Maximilian Haitzer is a perfect example. In 2013, Haitzer started his apprenticeship in Plastics Engineering at Pollmann in Karlstein. Since October 2019, he has been working at Pollmann China - initially for one year, but with the option to extend his assignment.


Break-through in E-Mobility!

Andreas Greulberger is convinced: “Electric vehicles will have reached price and range parity with internal combustion engine-powered vehicles before 2025.” Greulberger, Head of Innovation & Design at Pollmann, has been following battery cell manufacturers worldwide who are in the process of setting up new factories. By 2028, these capacities will be able to supply approx. 25% of all vehicles built each year with batteries for purely electrically powered vehicles (BEV).

But there's more. Andreas Greulberger also anticipates strong growth for hybrid models. This applies to all technical concepts and designs such as mild hybrids (MHV), hybrids (HV) and plug-in hybrids (PHV).


Clean energy in the Emirates

The United Arab Emirates are gearing up for the post-oil era. But how quickly can you convince a region that has grown big and rich on crude oil and natural gas to buy into electric Propulsion?
The good news came in late November. The Dubai authorities will continue to permit private e-car users to charge their cars for free at the city's 200 or so charging points over the next two years. Originally, the campaign would have expired at the end of this year.
Dubai Electricity and Water Authority which is responsible for the conversion to e-drives is also offering other incentives to get the population of the emirate excited about electric cars: Drivers of e-cars are exempt from registration fees, enjoy extended warranty periods, park free of charge and do not have to pay road tolls.


Headteacher Manuela Gegenbauer in front of an interactive board

Digital chalkboards for creative classroom learning

The new Elementary School Karlstein was able to open in time for the start of school in September.
Today, modern teaching also includes electronic teaching aids such as interactive whiteboards. Markus Pollmann believes in a game-based approach to modern methods. That is why he and his company financially supported the elementary school in the purchase of interactive boards – the new digital blackboards.


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