Mitsubishi HiTec Paper continues to look to the next generation; especially in these difficult Corona-times. Fifteen talented young people are now starting various training schemes at its locations in Bielefeld and Flensburg.
Many companies are reluctant to take on trainees during the Corona crisis. Not so in the case of Bielefeld and Flensburg based Mitsubishi HiTec Paper. Fifteen new trainees have been taken on including seven paper technologists, two industrial mechanics, machine and system operators, electronics technicians for industrial engineering and electronics technicians for drive technology.
Mitsubishi HiTec Paper has a long tradition of responsible training for young people. The application and selection phase this year has been exceptional due to Corona, but it has not stopped the manufacturer of coated specialty papers from teaching young talents the skills for a good professional future.
It is no surprise therefore that this year a trainee from the Bielefeld plant was among the five best machine and system operators at the Paper Centre in Gernsbach. Mitsubishi HiTec Paper currently employs a total of 53 trainees across all age groups. The prospects for future employment are good - the company was able to take on twelve fully qualified apprentices in both plants this year.