Merry Christmas and Happy New Year 2022!

We wish you all a merry Christmas, a peaceful holiday and a good and healthy start into the new year. Also this year we would like to thank you for your great trust and the great cooperation.

We say goodbye to our company vacation. In the time from 23 December 2021 – 07 January 2022 you can not reach us. From 10 January 2022 we will be there for you again as usual.

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Chocolate Saint Nicolas for all employees of Huber Technik

In the night from 05.12.21 to 06.12.21 Saint Nicolas was on the way at Huber Technik. Chocolate Saint Nicolas’ were distributed at all workplaces and spindles of the employees. Already at the morning start at 05:30 o’clock the first ones could be happy about this surprise and the first Saint Nicolas’ were already eaten.

We wish everyone a happy St. Nicholas Day and a peaceful advent season.

Our new employee magazine is called: ‘From Huber to Technik’.

Christian Forster wins the competition in the last issue with his suggestion and can look forward to a voucher worth 20 euros from Gewandhaus Gruber. Second place goes to Georg Fuchs with “Huber-News”, third place to Nina Schaub with “HT Inside”. They could be happy about a new HT sweater and a HT t-shirt.

We would like to thank our employees who participated and submitted great suggestions!

Once again, our employees have a chance to win something in the new magazine. Good luck!

Veronika Kamm is our candidate!

We are delighted that Veronika Kamm is standing in the IHK election this year. Remember, every vote counts. Give Veronika the chance to bring a breath of fresh air and actively help shape change with new ideas. Veronika is particularly concerned about our trainees and their apprenticeships. You can find out more about her motives and why you should vote for Veronika here.

Support for TUM Boring – Innovation in Tunneling e.V.

Not-a-Boring-Competition – this competition was created by Tesla founder Elon Musk. The aim is to make traffic routes more efficient in order to waste less time in traffic. And, of course, to pave the way to a greener future.

Teams from all over the world have to drill a 30m long and 50cm wide tunnel as quickly and as precisely as possible – in other words, dig faster than a garden shed digs. Because that would already be much faster than the industry average.

And that’s exactly what a team from the Technical University of Munich (TUM) consisting of 60 highly motivated students is doing.

The TUM Boring Team approached us to see if we could support them with conveyor belts. After all, the material produced by drilling has to be transported away from the drill head somehow. And here, of course, our conveyor belts are best suited.

Enthused by the students’ commitment and the idea behind the competition, we were of course on board right away and support the team with 6 different conveyor belts.

We are excited to see how the team will do in the competition, which will probably take place in summer 2021 near Los Angeles, and are keeping our fingers crossed.

You can find out more about the competition and the TUM team here.

Rotary Club Erding doubles donations from the business community!

The Rotary Club of Erding has started a great project. Rotary doubles all donations for charitable organisations. This project was also a reason for us to donate 1000,00 eruos to the volunteer fire brigade Erding and Rotary added 1000,00 euros on top. So the fire brigade will receive 2000,00 euros! This money will be used mainly for youth work.

Fire brigades are of immense importance for the population in many situations. In order to secure the next generation of fire fighters, it is necessary to have a well thought-out and organised youth work in order to sensitise and inspire the young population for these vital tasks. Of course, the aim is always to recruit young firefighters.

We would like to thank all members who are active in fire brigades for their responsible tasks and for their support in all situations!

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year 2021!

Also in this turbulent year, we wish you all a Merry Christmas, a reflective time, a Happy New Year and, above all, good health – that is certainly the most important thing in times like these. Thank you for placing so much trust in us despite the uncertain times.

We say goodbye to the well-deserved company vacation. In the time between 23 December 2020 -10 January 2021 you cannot reach us. From 11 January 2021 we will be there for you again as usual.

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Christmas “celebration” corona compliant

Basically, the motto at Huber Technik is “Celebration and work belong together”. It was therefore with a heavy heart that the Christmas party planned for December 11, 2020 had to be cancelled. Nevertheless, it was the only right decision, also on the part of the government, to get this pandemic under control..

Despite all this, we did not want to let our employees go “just like that” for the holidays and days off. That’s why we gave every employee a Company Christmas Party “to go”. With a lot of love we packed each package, which should contain all the ingredients of a Christmas party: Delicious food, a good wine – for our trainees a regional ginger lemonade –  and as dessert a fine gingerbread – all arranged on a Huber Technik Brotzeitbrettl with matching bottle opener.

And, of course, there was no lack of honors for employees who had been with the company for a long time or who had celebrated round birthdays. Instead of applause from the large circle, we limited the circle of honors to the jubilarians and the direct superiors – of course with the necessary safety margin.

We would like to take this opportunity to wish all our employees, and of course you, a relaxing Christmas and a happy new year. Stay healthy and have a good start to the new year.

Our trainees have successfully contributed to the digitization of Huber Technik

The RKW Bayern e.V. together with the Chamber of Industry and Commerce for Munich and Upper Bavaria organized the “Digiscouts” project.

In the autumn of last year, long before Corona became an issue, we were guests at the IHK to attend an information event about the project. Convinced and enthusiastic, Michael Langer, head of training in our company, and Johanna Kamm, member of the management, drove home again to present the project to the trainees. Our trainees were also immediately impressed by the idea of ​​being able to carry out an entire digitization project on their own. The idea is that the superiors hold back on this project and give the trainees the chance to plan and carry out a project independently from start to finish.

First of all, this involved finding a project: What can or should be digitized at Huber Technik? Many conversations with colleagues gave the trainees suggestions as to the direction in which their project could take. When the subject areas were somewhat narrowed down and our digiscouts had decided on two project ideas, we received a visit from Mr. Josef Wissinger, Managing Director of RKW Bayern e.V. Here, the trainees were allowed to independently guide Mr. Wissinger through the company and present him with their project ideas. Mr. Wissinger listened with interest and helped the apprentices to decide which of the two projects should ultimately be implemented. The decision was made to introduce a stationary computer in the production hall in order to save time and optimize work processes.

Now it was about the concrete project planning and implementation. The digiscouts developed a concept of where this computer would best be placed. In order to make the computer at least a little mobile, they decided to build a cart on which the computer should find its place. Other important steps were of course the technical drawing and the construction of the car, the request for quotation and order for the computer, and the laying of power and network cables. Here the digiscouts worked closely with a wide range of departments and were able to gain experience of how things work outside of their training occupation.

Due to Corona, the project took a little longer than planned, but the final event took place on Friday, October 16, 2020. Instead of an on-site event, everything was held as a web conference in accordance with Corona. All trainee teams were allowed to present their implemented projects to each other and answer questions about their project.

We would like to thank the RKW Bayern e.V. and the IHK for Munich and Upper Bavaria for the opportunity to participate in this great project.
We would also like to thank our apprentices, who immediately agreed to take part in this project and thus made a contribution to the digitization of Huber Technik!

You can find more information about our and many other digiscout projects here.

Cooperation with JobRad and the Erdinger Stadtwerke

Our employees have been able to take advantage of the JobRad GmbH offer since April this year. You can find more on this topic in one of our previous blog entries.

Our cooperation with Stadtwerke Erding is new. Together with Stadtwerke Erding, we have installed sockets at our bike parking so that employees who come to work with their e-bikes can charge them here free of charge. What is particularly special is that the electricity we fill up here comes from our own photovoltaic system. We use a good half of the electricity we produce ourselves, and we feed the rest into the municipal utility network. The e-bikes even run on green electricity.
Michaela Meier and Christopher Ruther from Stadtwerke Erding also brought water bottles and multifunctional towels for our employees. So biking is possible in all wind and weather.