at Emons since 2011
"It never gets boring."
Senol was working at Cologne/Bonn Airport and kept seeing the distinctive red Emons trucks; that was reason enough for him to find out more about the company and ultimately apply. In 2011, he started as an apprentice and is now employed in the operations department of Euronational Scheduled Services. During his free time, he does weights or finds the right balance by occasionally sketching comics and landscapes with pencil or charcoal. The Cologne native is also a passionate cook and self-declared family man, which means he fits in very nicely at Emons.
What does a workday at Emons look like?
After my apprenticeship as a forwarding and logistics services agent, I was taken on permanently by Emons and I’m now responsible for vehicles and shipments on a daily basis, for example, I prepare the tours and am in constant contact with our drivers, partner companies and other Emons branches. We work in two shifts; the early shift takes care of the preparation and data entry and the late shift handles the actual processing and handling. There’s always something going on in our office; I love it, it never gets boring. And still, there’s always time for a quick chat among colleagues.