Daniel Bösch’s (Operations Manager, Herten plant) main tasks include intercompany business with the main plant in Switzerland, general administration, customs clearance and many more.
Plant Manager, Herten Works
Why were you attracted to HAEUSLER AG?
Because it’s a family-run company with a great product. Machines with such power and yet perfect precision are simply fascinating.
Why do you like working at HAEUSLER?
Nice colleagues and lots of opportunities for development in my field of work.
What are your daily tasks?
Intercompany business with the main plant in Switzerland, general administration, customs clearance, contracting, statistics and quality control.
How would you describe the atmosphere between the employees?
Collegial, relaxed, good cooperation.
Describe HAEUSLER in three words
My varied field of work gives me the opportunity to think outside the box. I accompany the product from the sales phase, through construction and production to commissioning, and I can work independently and make decisions.
Florian Bittner, Head of Technical Department
I had already completed my apprenticeship at HAEUSLER and returned after my studies because the extensive manufacturing program was an interesting challenge.
Giovanni Cosi, Sales Engineer
I believe there are few manufacturing companies where the danger of falling into routine is as low as at HAEUSLER. I like variety – and this is guaranteed in our industry and with our products and in our company.
Jürgen Freund, CEO / Head of Sales & Marketing
At HAEUSLER every day is a little different. I can work independently and develop and contribute my own ideas. In doing so, I always gain exciting insights into other departments. Last but not least I work together with great colleagues.
Larissa Joggerst, Sales & Marketing / Administration
The contact with each other is open and pleasant. The communication with the interfaces of HAEUSLER Tech AG functions perfectly.
Sebastian Kurz, After sales / Support (HAEUSLER Tech AG)
This is where enthusiasm is required and will not be suppressed. Finding new solutions for problems that seem unsolvable is a personal challenge for me. This also gives me the good feeling that my work “moves something”.
Joachim Mai, Head of Assembly Duggingen