Weißwasser. It has already become a tradition: the "Spätschicht" (late shift), for which companies in Lusatia open their doors on November 5, 2021, and give interested parties an insight into their production and operating processes. Stölzle Lausitz, a renowned manufacturer of machine-produced premium drinking glasses, will be there again this year. Advance registration is required for the tours of the production facilities.
As part of the late shift, Stölzle Lausitz, the only glassworks in Weißwasser producing for the international market, will offer a total of seven guided tours of the impressive production facility, where around 100,000 glasses per day are manufactured largely automatically, between 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. on November 5, 2021. The tours are limited to a maximum of 15 participants and advance booking is essential. This can be done by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone on 03576 268 0 still for 19.00 o'clock guidance take place. The duration of each tour is about half an hour. For participation in the guided tours, the 3-G rule applies.
In addition to the free guided tours, the factory outlet on the Stölzle Lausitz premises will also remain open late on this day and will not close its doors until 20:00. Special discounts will also be offered exclusively on this day. Further information can be found here:https://www.stoelzle-lausitz.com/de/werksverkauf.
"We are extremely happy to open our doors, as this allows us to create extensive transparency about what we do and hopefully also arouse interest in the various areas of work that we can offer," explains Ronald Brieger, Managing Director of Stölzle Lausitz GmbH, who warmly welcomes the late shift initiative due to the looming shortage of skilled workers in the region.
Stölzle Lausitz has been involved since 2018, when the late shift started in Weißwasser. The event, organized by the economic development agencies of Görlitz, Weißwasser/O.L., Zittau and Ebersbach-Neugersdorf in cooperation with the Dresden Chamber of Industry and Commerce, Görlitz and Zittau branch, and the Zittau/Görlitz University of Applied Sciences, is intended to arouse interest in engineering and scientific professions in the region and beyond, and to provide insights into industrially oriented, manufacturing companies in particular.