For the third time after 2011 and 2014, we were awarded the "Bavaria's Best 50" . The award is presented annually by the Bavarian State Ministry of Economic Affairs, Regional Development and Energy to the 50 fastest-growing medium-sized companies that have been able to increase the number of their employees and their turnover above average over the past five years. UNSINN increased its turnover from around 31 million Euros in 2016 to well over 50 million Euros. The number of employees grew from 175 at that time to 330 today, including an average of 20 apprentices in technical, craft and commercial professions. A further increase in staff is already in full progress.
"We are very proud of the repeated award," emphasise Rosa and Josef Unsinn, who have been running the company for 30 years in the second generation. This appreciation is both a recognition of the work done so far and a motivation to consistently continue the company philosophy with its high demands on the value culture at UNSINN in the future. "All of us together have mastered the unique tasks and challenges that have just now been set for us with flying colours," says Managing Director Rosa Unsinn. "This was only possible because a strong and flexible team behind us that was and is ready with full passion to rethink and act at short notice."
Her special thanks therefore go to all staff members. After all, it is only through the tireless commitment and identification of each individual with the company that UNSINN Fahrzeugtechnik has become what it is today: one of the best companies in Bavaria. "That is why we continue to do everything in our power to train qualified personnel, to provide them with continuous training and to retain them in the long term. Because an appreciative, respectful approach with consideration for all generations is the prerequisite for a modern company, he says. "This is the only way we can secure and expand our lead."
Photo: Managing Director Gunnar Bregler (centre) accepted the "Bavaria Best 50" award on behalf of UNSINN Fahrzeugtechnik from juror Prof. Dr. Thomas Edenhofer (left) and Bavaria's Secretary of State for Economic Affairs Roland Weigert.
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