For the third year in a row, a group of volunteers from MANN+HUMMEL Bosnia, joined by other local companies, non-governmental organizations, and local individuals in the Tesanj region, have organized donations of used computers and IT equipment for children and schools in serious economic need. […]
The rally started at the Hamburg Fish Market! The first checkpoints were in Copenhagen and Stockholm, and we also had a pit stop in Lönneberga to visit Michel (from the famous swedish´s children´s book) 🙂 […]
After more than 3 years spent at Changchun MANN+HUMMEL China with an unbelievable experience of being the only French expat in 8 million habitant Chinese city I moved to Thailand in August 2015. Thailand is known for his touristic attractiveness and as kingdom of smile but it is worth to look behind the cliché. […]
As Country Manager of MANN+HUMMEL Colombia, I have been responsible for leading the startup of our new site and operations since the 2nd of January 2017. Having completed the startup process in about 4 months has been a great milestone for us, so that as of 1st of May we took full responsibility for business development across Colombia, […]
The Society of Women Engineers (SWE), Air Zoo museum, and local companies from the west Michigan area have a goal to instill in one day a rudimentary impression on young girls that science, math, art and problem solving is a world they can find their dream career. […]
In September 2016, I began an apprenticeship as an industrial mechanic at MANN+HUMMEL in Ludwigsburg. While I may not have been here for that long, I can honestly say that this is my dream job!
I always intended to graduate from secondary school and pursue a career, […]
Wix District Managers spend a great deal of time working on their own, servicing our customers and increasing sales. Occasionally we have a chance to collaborate with other departments in order to take advantage of a market opportunity or solve a problem for a customer. […]
Ever since we got our driving licence, we’ve been die-hard road trip fans. Now, having travelled southern Europe, the USA and Australia, we’ll be taking on our longest trip to date: the Baltic Sea Circle 2017.
The Baltic Sea Circle is also referred to as the northernmost rally in the world. […]
The day-to-day work of a development department leaves little room to explore the seemingly impossible. That’s why I find it so refreshing to take part in the ten-week project module with the students from Reutlingen University. We give the students a real-life design assignment and they develop ideas and potential solutions. […]
According to current market trends there is increasing demand for ever more complex filter geometries in order to make optimum use of the installation space inside vehicles. In order to meet these requirements, having completed a lengthy planning phase, we have taken an innovative leap forward in terms of the process technology in use at the Marklkofen location. […]
At Reutlingen University our engineering courses are designed to combine both academic theory and practical experience. One of the highlights of the bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering is the project module completed in the sixth semester, which sees our budding engineers working on real-life industry design projects and presenting their findings to industry representatives. […]
After my graduation and working for nearly 10 years in India, I decided to pursue my MBA from Hochschule Pforzheim, Germany. Pforzheim Business School not only offers a well-structured course, it also cooperates closely with various companies on projects, guest lectures and excursions to various industries so that students can get practical know-how. […]
Sun, sea, sand and palm trees, boys with surfboards and girls in hot pants with bare midriffs, all suntanned and wearing sunglasses – welcome to California! This is the California that you know from movies.
But the reality is rather different. I’m in Goleta, […]
In the course of 24 hours, one person emits approximately 35 million particles (fine dust) into the surrounding atmosphere. In open air, this is no problem; however in a sterile location, such as an operating theatre in a hospital, the situation is rather different. Filtration is particularly important here as fine dust and particles in the air can transport germs, […]