Currently around 17.500 apprentices are trained in 3.553 Viennese companies. But it is difficult for young girls and boys to start with their dream job in one of the TOP apprenticing companies.
This year too, the 3 days BiWi Industry Presentation took place in the rooms of the Mechatronics Center Vienna. Merten supported this presentation with two apprentices.
As every year, also in 2016 young women and men have the possibilty to start an apprenticeship at Merten.
In the festival hall of the Vienna Technical Museum, the Peter Merten Ges.m.b.H. was awarded for their 25 year membership of the Viennese Mechatronics Guild by Mrs. Mag. (FH) Maria SMODICS-NEUMANN, Head of the Trade Divsion at the Mechatronics Guild.
We are pleased to introduce our new Production Manager in our precision technology sector.
To satisfy the highest demands on reliability, precision and state-of-the-art assembly and machining technology we count on our motivated and qualified staff. We are only able to meet the present and future market requirements by continously investing in the personal development and qualifications of our employees.
Also in the future we will be able to meet the demands of our customers for high quality at economical prices by investing in the latest production and process technologies and as well in the continous personal and professional development of the MERTEN employees.
In order to make possible top training for more dedicated young people in the future, Merten invests more than Euro 120.000,– in the expansion of apprenticeship training.
On April 23, 2015 – the Vienna Daughter´s Day – we gave girls between the age of 11 and 16 the chance to get acquainted with the profession metal technician/machining technology in our premises.
After 35 years of partnerschip, Leica entrusts their entire precision mechanical manufacturing to the company Merten.
The outsourcing idea is: Focus on the core business.
The idea behind the outsourcing idea is plausible.