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Spectacular Apprentice Day at NPorts

OLDENBURG. For the first time in two years, the “Apprentice Day” at NPorts was once again an in-person event with a potpourri of talks, interactive sessions and networking. This year’s new apprentices from the various sites, including Emden, Cuxhaven and Brake, met up for the first time on 18 August and were able to get to know some of the executives. The budding electronics technicians, metalworkers and industrial mechanics were given an insight into company activities. Previous apprentices from Emden even produced a video on the subject.

Credits: NPORTS ANDREAS BURMANN

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