Women in systemically relevant professions


On May 8, 2021 at 6:20 p.m. on ORF2, the documentary Women in system-relevant professions will be broadcast. Interalloy was allowed to contribute a part to this documentary.

On 2 March 2021, there was a very special atmosphere at our second office in Hörbranz: our colleagues by beautiful Lake Constance were excitedly awaiting a film crew from the broadcaster Österreichischer Rundfunk (ORF).

Ivana Majhen, employee of Interalloy GmbH, being interviewed

The reason for this visit by Austria’s most famous TV broadcaster was a TV documentary entitled ‘Frauen in systemrelevanten Berufen’ (‘Women in systemically relevant professions’). The ORF programme will show Klaudia of the haulage company Termin Kurier collecting a pallet from Interalloy GmbH.

Ivana Majhen, head of logistics at Interalloy GmbH, works daily with Klaudia as materials are collected. When asked what impression people have of Klaudia, it is clear from Ivana’s answer that she very much values working with Klaudia.

Klaus Gierer, CEO of Interalloy GmbH, preparing for his interview

Klaus Gierer, the CEO of Interalloy GmbH, was also able to step in front of the camera for a short interview.

Klaus Gierer had nothing but praise in response to the question of what makes Klaudia stand out: ‘Klaudia is a ray of sunshine. She comes in every day with a smile, she grasps things, she is a real superwoman. I wanted to poach her.’

Interalloy GmbH (AT) and Interalloy AG (CH) are proud to have been able to contribute to this valuable documentary.

The documentary ‘Frauen in systemrelevanten Berufen’ will be broadcast on 8 May 2021 at 18:20 on ORF2.

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