Global player with strong team spirit
Whether it’s in development, production, product management, sales, marketing or controlling — both young and experienced professionals have a wide range of opportunities in the Turck Group. Talented, proactive employees make the company successful. That’s why we encourage and challenge each individual so that we can shape the future together.
At Turck, you can look forward to interesting and varied tasks. As a ‘hidden champion,’ Turck is one of the world’s leading suppliers of automation technology.
In the Turck family, we place great importance on cooperation between co-workers that creates space for individual talents. We want to enable you to quickly become a part of the whole. Regular training courses with the Turck Academy will help you to achieve this. These give you the opportunity to continue growing and to expand your role. Ongoing staff development is an integral part of our corporate culture.
Turck again ranks among the best German employers in the electrical and electronics industry. This was the result of an evaluation by Focus-Business in cooperation with kununu.com
Together with the market research company Statista, Stern magazine conducted the largest independent survey to date on the image of German employers. The result: Turck is well above average in the rankings.
Locations in Germany
Turck is one of the world’s leading groups of companies in the field of industrial automation. With around 4,650 employees in more than 30 national companies, and with sales partners in a further 60 countries, we are always close to our customers and employees worldwide.
Werner Turck GmbH & Co. KG, headquartered in the town of Halver in the Sauerland, is responsible for the fields of development and production within the Turck Group.
Hans Turck GmbH & Co. KG, headquartered in Mülheim an der Ruhr, is the international sales and marketing center of the global Turck Group.
Turck Beierfeld GmbH is headquartered in Grünhain-Beierfeld in the German rural district of Erzgebirgskreis in Saxony. It is the second production and development site in Germany (after Halver in the Sauerland) since the 1990s.
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