Hi, I'm Anna
It's nice to meet you. I would like to tell you about my work here, and explain why I like working at STULZ. Perhaps we'll be colleagues some day soon?
I'm a genuine German "Northerner", and found my second home in Australia during a school year that I spent down under. When traveling, I love discovering other climes and foreign cultures. I do a lot of sport in my free time: I play handball and have a horse I call my own. I also like going to the Sports Club here in Hamburg.
I did my apprenticeship as a Cooling Technology Mechatronics Engineer at STULZ as soon as I had finished my high school/A levels diploma, and successfully completed my course with two other "Stulzis" three years later. Parallel to the apprenticeship, I started my degree in Business Studies, which was a year longer than the apprenticeship. STULZ was constantly a source of support and motivation.
Once I had gained my apprenticeship diploma, I worked in Production in Hamburg for a short time, before moving to Technical Support in Sales/Export. My school year in Australia now stands me in good stead during my everyday work with international customers. What's more, I and other colleagues are currently learning French.
I found my way to STULZ via a close acquaintance from the handball association, who is himself a cooling system engineer. I knew what job I wanted to do long before I finished school, and I talked to him about this. He told me about his everyday work and the working atmosphere at STULZ. After that, I applied to STULZ and was taken on as an apprentice.
Today, I work in Sales/Export and provide technical support for "the world"! The six people in our team are responsible for parts of Southern and Western Europe, Africa, the USA, the Near East and Middle East. Myself, I am mainly responsible for the technical side of things. In my job, I work with our partners around the world to find individual solutions for customers, remedy problems and provide training courses on STULZ's own controller. Pricing and trade fair exhibitions are also part of my work.