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Fascinated by filter technology

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The TeClub visits MANN+HUMMEL’s training workshop

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Fine dust filters in the Ludwigsburg Bleyle complex

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Career & Apprenticeship

Fascinated by filter technology

As part of my Master’s degree programme in ‘Chemical Engineering and Process Engineering’ at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), I am required to take part in a work placement and, since I already knew that I wanted to specialise in the area of particle and filter technology,

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Innovation & Technology

Fine dust filters in the Ludwigsburg Bleyle complex

My name is Inge Wedel. I am 26 years old and studied international business administration and company management. In October 2017 at WOLFF & MÜLLER company I became a pilot candidate for interdisciplinary training. Each interdisciplinary training program has a special focus and in my case this was the Gottlob-Müller principle of sustainability.

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People & Company

Mexican adventure

It was back in November 1974 when I was called to a meeting with our then-Managing Director. He told me about his visit to VW in Mexico and his plans to ‘lend’ me to our customer there for three to four weeks in the near future.

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Urban mobility and disruptive transportation: e-rollers

Cities are becoming overcrowded and the global urban population is expected to continue growing. Many people commute daily to the cities because many jobs are available on these areas as well as the best universities can be found there. Equally cities are the perfect platform to interact with each other and get to know humans from around the globe.

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Bees make MANN+HUMMEL site their home

Since mid-April 2018, we now have around 30,000 new employees at the Ludwigsburg site. Their two wooden hives are situated on the roof of the company car park and – you guessed it – they are now busy making honey. More precisely, they are collecting the sweet plant nectar that I will later use to make the honey in my role as beekeeper.

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