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How are we as an employer? We’ll let people who work for us every day answer this question: Committed men and women all of whom are at pains to ensure that our family-managed milling Group is not only the longest established company in the foodstuffs supply chain but also the one which is most supportive to its employees.

A prophet is not valued in his own country? Certainly not the case at the Bindewald & Gutting Milling Group. My career took a quite different course. Although it was not a rags to riches story, I did move from a trainee to factory manager and become an authorised signatory of the company. All thanks to the responsibility I was given at a very early stage and the training courses at the Saale mill.

More about Norman Krug

Norman Krug

Authorised signatory, Dresdener Mühle

Not everyone can say that they built a mill. I built several. OK, you could say I was born into the milling business. I did work in my parents’ mill for a while. But I returned from there like a journeyman in the old days coming back after his travelling time was over. Not with any fancy ideas but well-grounded as a result. And I am passionate about my job.

More about Christoph Blattert

Christoph Blattert

Mill Manager, Rettenmeier mill

As a result of my experience in management accounting which I also gained early on when I was a student trainee at Plange while studying for my master’s degree, many new doors are opening for me in the company. I am now a Key Account Manager with personal responsibility for international global players; I manage IT projects, am involved in process optimisation in the supply chain field – there are more than enough projects. Anyone contributing the necessary flexibility will not only extend his or her own horizon but will be given completely new areas of responsibility. That is the advantage of working for a medium-sized company.

More about Mailin Werner

Mailin Werner

Sales management accountant, GEORG PLANGE

I have worked at Plange for more than 20 years. After training in industrial commercial management I moved into a permanent job in our logistics team as a scheduler. When our Logistics Manager retired after 40 years’ service I grasped the opportunity and took over his position. As a “home-grown product” I know the logistics of our company inside out and enjoy working with my team every day on the further optimisation of our supply chain processes.

More about David Ludewig

David Ludewig

Logistics and Order Entry Manager, GEORG PLANGE

A prophet is not valued in his own country? Certainly not the case at the Bindewald & Gutting Milling Group. My career took a quite different course. Although it was not a rags to riches story, I did move from a trainee to factory manager and become an authorised signatory of the company. All thanks to the responsibility I was given at a very early stage and the training courses at the Saale mill.

More about Norman Krug

Norman Krug

Authorised signatory, Dresdener Mühle

Not everyone can say that they built a mill. I built several. OK, you could say I was born into the milling business. I did work in my parents’ mill for a while. But I returned from there like a journeyman in the old days coming back after his travelling time was over. Not with any fancy ideas but well-grounded as a result. And I am passionate about my job.

More about Christoph Blattert

Christoph Blattert

Mill Manager, Rettenmeier mill

As a result of my experience in management accounting which I also gained early on when I was a student trainee at Plange while studying for my master’s degree, many new doors are opening for me in the company. I am now a Key Account Manager with personal responsibility for international global players; I manage IT projects, am involved in process optimisation in the supply chain field – there are more than enough projects. Anyone contributing the necessary flexibility will not only extend his or her own horizon but will be given completely new areas of responsibility. That is the advantage of working for a medium-sized company.

More about Mailin Werner

Mailin Werner

Sales management accountant, GEORG PLANGE

I have worked at Plange for more than 20 years. After training in industrial commercial management I moved into a permanent job in our logistics team as a scheduler. When our Logistics Manager retired after 40 years’ service I grasped the opportunity and took over his position. As a “home-grown product” I know the logistics of our company inside out and enjoy working with my team every day on the further optimisation of our supply chain processes.

More about David Ludewig

David Ludewig

Logistics and Order Entry Manager, GEORG PLANGE