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Trainees drop anchor at NPorts

OLDENBURG. Whether one’s dream job is industrial engineer, electronic engineer or office manager, these and many other professions can be learned in the ports of Lower Saxony. With thirty years’ experience of training apprentices, Niedersachsen Ports (NPorts) are offering nineteen trainees a sound start to their career. In addition to pay in line with the collective wage agreement, intensive support and regular feedback meetings, trainees can be taken on for three or six months.

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BREMEN. In September, Andreas Hüsing transferred to the seaport hinterland specialist Transcontainer-Universal (TCU) to become Head of Operations. His predecessor, Marcel Sames, had gone to TFG Transfracht.

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