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On 27th Aug. we were able to welcome at our head office in Burbach, sixteen top flight students from the Stift-Keppel, Hilchenbach and Fürst-Johann-Moritz, Siegen high schools.
During a one week project course on the topic: “Transport and logistics – The burden with the load”, the adolescents from the scientific disciplines in years eight to ten, as well as their teachers, made their way to Burbach.
The demanding programme, prepared by the project managers from GEORGI Transporte (A. Gauger, HJ. Schnorrenberg, S. Suhr), began for the students at 9.15 a.m. when they arrived at the company site. After the group was welcomed by the support staff of the company, the Managing Director and owner of the company, Jürgen Georgi, insisted on welcoming each participant personally and to say a few words.
The obligatory security procedures (issuing security IDs, signing the confidentiality declaration, handing in cameras and mobile phones etc.) were followed by a tour of the buildings and the head office departments, with an extensive explanation of the individual spheres of activity.
The students were even allowed an insight of the "sensitive" security management of the company followed by an inspection of a “high security” HGV.
The highlight of the day was however the elaborately prepared project, in which the participants had to deal with a demanding, fictitious security transport within a preset time. Teams were formed for this and project maps with detailed background information and remits were distributed.
The 3.5-hour intensive project work was only interrupted by a lunch break, which all participants jointly spent with food and drink in the most beautiful sunshine at the company site. Here there was also time to get to know one another personally and to have some interesting discussions.
The work continued after the lunch break. At around 2.30 p.m., the project was then concluded with a presentation and a subsequent discussion of the excellent solutions achieved by all the teams.
The perceived enthusiasm of all participants was then quite evident in the subsequent feedback session and after taking a joint group photo they all left at around 3.20 p.m., after gaining many new impressions and experiences.
In our opinion, the project day was a total success on which the students will hopefully think back with pleasure for some considerable time.

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