Memberships

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German Engineering Federation (VDMA)

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The German Engineering Federation (VDMA) represents more than 3,000 mainly medium size member companies in the engineering industry, making it one of the largest and most important industrial associations in Europe.

Mechanical engineering is a key technology and a powerful engine driving the economy.  Accounting for sales of roughly € 200 billion and 953,000 employees, mechanical engineering is one of the largest industrial sectors and employers in Germany.

Walter Stauffenberg GmbH & Co. KG is an active member of the Fluid Power Assocation within the VDMA.

www.vdma.org

 

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Registered Trademark Association "Stainless Steel"

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This Registered Trademark Association "Stainless Steel" has been founded in 1960. Today, more than 1.000 mostly medium-sized, stainless steel producing or processing member companies are organised in the association.

Main focus of the association is on the trademark "Edelstahl Rostfrei" (in English: "Stainless Steel"), which has been initially introduced in 1958 and internationally registered since then. It is considered as a reliable seal of quality and guide to identify companies with an emphasis on material quality and enduring safety.

Walter Stauffenberg GmbH & Co. KG is a leading company in the development, manufacture and distribution of high-standard steel and stainless steel industrial components. The membership in the association is to accentuate the company's efforts in this particular issue.

www.warenzeichen-edelstahl-rostfrei.de

 

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Fair Company

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The quality seal "Fair Company", an initiative of Junge Karriere, distinguishes companies which offer university graduates genuine opportunities, rather than making them promises while using them as permanent trainees. The evaluation of the companies is guided by five principles:

  • full-time positions are not filled with trainees
  • graduates who have applied for a permanent position are not put off with a traineeship
  • trainees are not baited with unrealistic promises for a full-time position,
  • traineeships are mainly offered for professional orientation during the training phase and
  • trainees receive adequate compensation

www.karriere.de/startseite/fair-company