In the course of its sustainable growth strategy, the special-purpose machine manufacturer HAHN Automation will rely on skilled workers in the east of Germany in the future. A new engineering hub is currently being set up in Dresden, which will expand capacities in the area of mechanical design in the long term. The company, headquartered in Rheinböllen in the Hunsrück region of Germany, has a particularly strong presence in the automotive and healthcare sectors, but also develops and manufactures automation systems for the consumer goods and electronics industries.
HAHN Automation has long been a global player, supplying customers all over the world, thanks to over 30 years of expertise and know-how and twelve locations in eight countries. Thanks to record order intake in the Corona year 2021, resources were scarce, especially in mechanical design - after all, up to 5,000 hours of design work by experienced engineers go into an automation system. The mechanical engineering company develops innovative automation and testing technology solutions according to individual customer requirements and accordingly only very rarely builds a system more than once. This means that creative ideas and new approaches to design solutions are required every day in order to fulfill the wishes and requirements of international customers in the best possible way.
More than 1,000 employees are already working for HAHN Automation worldwide and enjoy working with the latest technology in international teams. At the location in Dresden, future employees can expect not only performance-based remuneration but also a modern office building with the possibility to work flexibly from the home office - there are also numerous other benefits available, such as lifetime work accounts and pension plans, sports and leisure clothing, a company health management system and bike leasing. Interested candidates in the field of mechanical design can apply immediately at HAHN Automation. An entry can take place at any time with training phase in Rheinböllen or in the home office.
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