Newcomers at Klio-Eterna
The two new trainees, Maik Gebele (l.) und Robin Sett, are starting their professional life at Klio-Eterna.
The long-standing company Klio-Eterna, which has been recognised for many years in the southern Black Forest region as a company that takes on trainees, recently took on new trainees on 1 and 15 September. Robin Sett and Maik Gebele are starting their professional life as a soon-to-be industrial clerk and as a future media designer. In addition to the two newcomers, Klio-Eterna is also accompanying two more trainees on the way to becoming specialist industry clerks. The last industrial clerk trainee was taken on in the customer service department after successfully completing her traineeship. The writing instrument manufacturer from the Black Forest is also committed to developing young talent in the technical field. The last apprentice who became a process mechanic for plastic and rubber technology was also taken on as a permanent employee in the spray shop after passing the final exam. www.klio.com