Paul Schreiter from Dürrenbüchig took third place in the state competition of the German craft trades in the training occupation of tank and apparatus constructor. As early as the beginning of October, the 22-year-old qualified for the state competition as the winner of the Karlsruhe Chamber of Skilled Crafts. Craftsmanship and the skilful processing of his journeyman's piece, a stainless steel container with a diameter of 300 mm, had brought him victory at chamber level.
Here at KIESELMANN, he produced the award-winning final thesis. Paul Schreiter completed his early training as a tank and apparatus builder in July. "We are very proud of Mr. Schreiter. The chamber victory and the top position in the state competition underline his very good training performance", congratulates Lena Lotspeich, Human Resources Manager at Kieselmann GmbH.
Since 1951, the best up-and-coming craft talents at chamber, state and federal level have been determined in Germany in the "Profis leisten was" (PLW) competition. This year, 45 men and 19 women took part in 38 competitive professions in the district of the Karlsruhe Chamber of Crafts. The associates and journeymen had to prove their skills in specific competition tasks.