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Why workers of Fischer plants in Germany work on three-shift basis

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Why workers of Fischer plants in Germany work on three-shift basis

On March 14, Russian journalists, over the course of their press tour arranged by Fischer company, visited a plant for the development and production of chemical anchors.


As our special correspondent Alexey Nevsky, reports from the ground, the company is located in the small town of Denzlingen near Freiburg im Breisgau, 175 km south-west of Stuttgart.

During the press conference, the plant director Jurgen Grun said that manufacturing was launched there in 1999. At present, the plant employs 152 people, an average wage is between 3200-3500 euro per month. The enterprise is equipped with modern appliances, chemical laboratory, testing center of product quality and experimental workshop.

The Director also stressed that the products are in high demand and therefore the enterprise operates on a three-shift basis (the company’s plant Tumlingen also operates intensively - editor note).

The most interesting when visiting the plant for journalists was familiarity with the test center of quality and experimental workshop. An engineer-chemist Dr. Christian Schlenk helped the guests from Russia to understand how the testings were carried out.

In particular, he told about the operation of the injection and capsule systems of chemical anchors. However, according to the company’s rules, taking photos both in the center and a the workshop is prohibited.

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